Something big is brewing in Pasig.
Ayala Malls The 30th – Meralco Ave.
Filled with apparel stores, cinemas, kiosks, beauty salons, and (more importantly) restaurants, Ayala Malls the 30th, a mall located on 30 Meralco Ave, Pasig, offers more than enough activities that’ll take up your time on the weekends.
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If your idea of a good time is dining with friends/family, then might as well head on to the Ayala Malls the 30th restaurants that are lined up on every floor. If you just so happen to have a hard time choosing where to go first, check out our list of must-try restos!
Draft Gastropub, by Chef Carlo Miguel, is known best for serving famous Fish and Chips and homemade burgers that pair well with premium beers.
This restaurant is perfect when you want a lot of options and a lot of food because they offer hefty comfort food servings and a wide selection of European beers.
What’s considered as one of the most popular Japanese restaurants in the country, Ramen Nagi serves notable “King” bowls in different flavors and colors such as the Black King (squid ink), Red King (spicy), and Green King (peso) that are perfect for when you want hot savory broth to slurp on.
Fun fact: If you have personal preferences on how cooked your vegetables or noodles are as well as how spicy your broth is, they are quite open to customizing your orders for you.
With their branch located only in Ayala Malls the 30th, if you’re crazy for noodles, then the Noodle Studio is the ideal restaurant for you.
Showing of the vibrancy of Asian cuisine in the variety of Asian noodle dishes that they serve like pad thai, mee goreng, and Hong Kong noodles, you’re sure to get a taste of Asia in every bite.
Basil is a garden-inspired restaurant that serves authentic Thai cuisine with flavors to accommodate the Filipino palate, feel free to try best-sellers their Pad Thai, Thai Red Curry, Tom Yum and Thai Sizzling Sisig.
WangFu Chinese Cafe is a Chinese restaurant owned by Richard Yap, or better known as ‘Ser Chief’ by many. Some of the best-sellers here include the Lechon Macau, Salted Egg Fried Chicken, Cereal Prawns and Lucky Birthday Noodles.
Sibyullee is a Korean restaurant offering modern Seoul barbecue and street food. They serve uncommon Korean food items like the Volcano Kimchi Fried Rice and Galbi Cheese. They also offer affordable unlimited KBBQ for lunch and dinner on weekdays.
Mesa offers modern Filipino and Asian fusion dishes that’s meant for sharing. No need to worry about food quality—Mesa is a winner of Philippine Tattler’s Best Restaurants award from 2010-2014. The food menu is extensive, but noteworthy items are the Baked Scallops with Garlic Butter and Swahe on the Rocks.
Genki Sushi from Japan is the pioneer of Kaiten Sushi or sushi served on a revolving conveyor belt or speed trains in some branches. The menu includes a variety of fresh and quality sushi, maki, ramen, tempura and more. It’s a unique concept that children will surely enjoy.
Yi Fang is a Taiwanese tea shop that’s famous for their premium fruit teas, tea lattes, and sugarcane drinks. Everything in the shop is made fresh, and without chemical preservatives. The stall at Ayala Malls the 30th is the franchise’s first branch in the country.
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Vampire Penguin is a dessert shop from California that serves shaved ice with the consistency of freshly fallen snow. It’s a great place to find your chill because you can make your own dessert there.
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La Maripili is a Southern dessert destination that specializes in a wide array of churros, from classic to stuffed, sweet to savory, or served with various flavored dipping sauces. If you’re looking for something more substantial, La Maripili also offers open-faced toasts made with local ingredients, but with that Spanish flair.
Best known for their steaks and pastas, Mamou has been included on Tatler Magazine’s annual Best Restaurants List for 7 straight years. It’s a causal dining family restaurant that serves home kitchen food. Bestsellers include Wawa’s Prime Rib, Roast Pork and Chicken, and their Maine Lobster Tails.
Gringo specializes in Latin American and Tex-Mex specialties including chicken, ribs, and burritos. It’s particularly famous for being affordable: a complete meal costs less than P300.
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