Because the trip going down isn’t really that far away
Ah Alabang, the pride and joy of the Southerners of Manila. While not everyone is always willing to make the trip down south, Alabang has had many interesting eateries and unique restaurants over the years.
If you’re unfamiliar with what the south has to offer, worry not. We’ve come up with the ultimate list on where the best places to eat are in Alabang, whether it’s steak or seafood, orcoffee or milktea, that you’re craving for.
Also read the latest: Top 10 Most Loved Restaurants in the South
Antonio Uno – Festival Supermall
Antonio Uno is an authentic Italian restaurant that knows true Italian cuisine and is more than just the food on the plate. They serve handmade and handpicked dishes that celebrate Italian flavors, creativity, and passion.
Chichario – Molito Commercial Complex
Chichario is a casual dining restaurant that focuses on Latin-American inspired dishes. They also have a cocktail bar upstairs, which turn the quiet dining restaurant, into a bar you can hang out in with friends.
Akrotiri – Commerce Center
Akrotiri brings real and authentic Greek dishes made with the freshest ingredients. Discover Greece with your taste buds and choose from their selection of wines, spirits, and beer.
Bar Pintxos Y Mas – Alabang Hills
Bar Pintxos is a tapas bar from the South serving authentic Spanish food specializing in different kinds of tapas and pintxos.
Barcino – Alabang Town Center
Raise a glass to Spanish cuisine and culture with Barcino! Discover and delight in authentic Spanish dishes while savoring the best wines and spirits that Barcino has to offer.
Designer Blooms Cafe – Molito Commercial Complex
DB Cafe has done the unthinkable and put all of your favorite comfort food under one roof! We dare you not to try their Truffle Mac & Cheese, Buffalo Tenders, or Ribeye Bites. One bite is all it takes to turn you into a satisfied regular.
Molito Commercial Complex, Madrigal Ave, Alabang, Muntinlupa
El Cocinero by Chef Arnaldo – Molito Commercial Complex
Proudly claiming to serve some of the best paella in the country, El Cocinero is a must-try spot for lovers of Spanish-Mediterranean cuisine. The product of the unlikely combination of Nasugbu roots and over a decade of training in Ibiza, treat yourself to a delightful menu of tapas, pasta, pizza, and more!
Kessaku – Commercenter
Kessaku is a casual restaurant serving a full range of authentic, top-quality Japanese food. True to their name, the word “kessaku” (pronounced kessah-koo, accent on the ‘koo’) translates to “creating masterpieces“. Their no-frills menu includes everything from sushi boats to tempura, wagyu cubes, and more.
Melo’s – Westgate Center
Started in 1987, Melo’s was the first restaurant in the Philippines to offer certified Angus beef. Now, this homegrown steakhouse offers both wagyu and angus beef while also serving an array of pastas and seafood options as well.
Mona Lisa Ristorante – Commerce Center
Mona Lisa Ristorante is a casual dining restaurant offering authentic Italian cuisine. They are best known for their Sicilian Caesar Salad, Spaghetti Alla Vongole and Bruschetta.
2/F The Commerce Center, Commerce Ave, Alabang, Muntinlupa
Market Basket – Festival Mall
Market Basket is a modernized ‘dampa’ concept restaurant where you can choose from their fresh seafood display on the side, have it weighed, and then cooked just the way you want it! They also have an a la carte menu for other options.
Tori Ichi Yakitori and Bar – Festival Supermall
Tori Ichi is a premium yakitori bar hailing originally from Kyoto, specializing in seasoned grilled meats on skewers. One of their much talked about creations is the bacon wrapped mochi.
JAEU Bistro & Ramen Bar – Festival Supermall
JAEU is a bistro and ramen bar that brings both Japanese and European cuisines to the table. Whether you’re #TeamRamen or #TeamSteak, you’ll have choices for your cravings like their must-tries Hell Ramen, Lekei Ramen, Tenderloin, Steak Frites, and more.
UG/F Water Garden, Festival Mall, Corporate Ave, Alabang, Muntinlupa
Black Scoop Café – Festival Supermall
From the sweet-toothed geniuses behind Infinitea comes Black Scoop Cafe, your next favorite dessert stop! Serving up soft serve innovations such as milk tea ice cream and the like, we dare you to resist these creatively addictive flavors!
Insider tip: You can get two Wintermelon Milk Teas for the price of one! Check it out here.
Gong Cha – Alabang Town Center
Gong Cha serves milk tea, fruit juices, ice smoothies, brewed tea, chocolate beverages, and coffee. There are over 170 outlets worldwide spreading from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Macau, China, Malaysia and the Philippines.
Seattle’s Best Coffee – Festival Supermall
Proudly declaring their name to be their promise, Seattle’s Best Coffee has grown from humble beginnings into a worldwide and much-beloved brand. From their signature brews to freshly made meals, taste the very best flavors that Seattle has to offer when you drop by Seattle’s Best Coffee.
The Lost Bread – Festival Supermall
The Lost Bread is a homegrown dessert cafe specializing in French toasts and milkshakes. Their name, ‘The Lost Bread’, is a direct translation of ‘pain de perdu’, the stale bread used to make French toast.
Sunnies Cafe – Alabang Town Center
Sunnies Cafe is the spin-off cafe of eyewear powerbrand, Sunnies Studios. It is LA-inspired and got us covered from brunch to dinner, and coffee to cocktails.
Auntie Anne’s – Alabang Town Center
Dubbed as “the world’s most loved pretzels,” Auntie Anne’s features all-time favorites such as their signature pretzels, pretzel nuggets, chocolate chip cream cheese stir, and more.
Pretzelmaker – Festival Supermall
Pretzel Maker guarantees a fresh twist on snacking. With franchises all over the world, Pretzel Maker has been making innovative, addictive, and downright delicious takes on the classic pretzel that has been satisfying customers for almost 30 years.
Still haven’t found what you’re looking for? You can check out more Alabang restaurants through the Booky app! Just search for ‘ALABANG‘ on the Booky app to see the complete list of restaurants there, together with their menu and contact details.