We have the best ones, don’t you agree?
A restaurant with good food is one thing, add a killer sunset view and it just takes the experience to a whole new level. Let’s face it, dining with a good view just makes eating out all the more worth while.
So for this list, we present to you restaurants in and out of Metro Manila to get that priceless bright orange view. So be sure to add them onto your ‘MUST-TRY‘ list on the Booky app so you never miss any of them because trust us, you’re going to want to visit all of them.
To see our first list on restaurants with breathtaking views, you can check it out here.
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Uma Uma – S Maison
Established in 1953 in Fukoka, Japan, Uma Uma serves 100% MSG-free, umami-filled, Hakata-style ramen. It currently serves 8 signature flavors. We recommend their Mazesoba, Spicy Chasiu Ramen, and their signature Uma Uma Ramen.
Also read: 13 Japanese Franchises We've Seen in Manila this 2016
Sunset Bar – Sofitel Philippine Plaza
Sunset Bar is one of Sofitel’s many restaurant and bar choices, this one specifically offers al fresco dining with a fully stocked bar. Add that with the ambiance of Manila Bay and you’ve got yourself a night made.
Insider tip: They have barbecue specials on Friday and Saturday nights!
Harbor View – Rizal Park
Harbor View is a Filipino seafood restaurant that sits on the edge of Manila Bay with its dining area extending over the waters for a beautiful view of the sky and sea. We recommend their Rockefeller Oysters, Sinigang na Salmon, and Lobster Chili.
Reservations are accepted
1000 South Gate A, Rizal Park, Ermita, Manila
Vu’s – Ortigas
Vu’s is a skybar and lounge settled on top of Marco Polo Ortigas. With 45 floors up from the ground, the view is nothing but stellar. We recommend their cocktails such as the Sapphire Road (their award-winning signature cocktail), Paparazzi, Aqua Ball, and the Godfather. Read our full feature here.
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Foggy Mountain Cookhouse – San Carlos Heights
Foggy Mountain Cookhouse by Chef ‘Babes’ Reyes is a hidden gem that provides a private dining experience with a beautiful scenery to its customers. Chef Babes will personally cook and prepare some of his Mediterranean-inspired dishes with must-tries such as the roasted leg of lamb, truffle pasta, and his cookhouse banana foster. Read our full feature here.
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Strictly by reservations only (at least 1 day ahead)
172 St Joseph Street, San Carlos Heights, Baguio City
Oh My Gulay – 108 Session Road
Owned by Kidlat Tahimik who also owns Ili-Likha Artist Village, Oh My Gulay is a vegetarian cafe and restaurant sitting on the 5th floor of the green-colored La Azotea Building on Session Road. Yes, you’ll have to climb all five floors to get here.
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No reservations accepted
La Azotea Building, 108 Session Road, Baguio City
Terraza of Balay Dako – Emilio Aguinaldo Highway
Terraza of Balay Dako is located on the top floor of this extraordinary place of dining. Just like the main dining room located below, diners are treated with the typical delicious experience Balay Dako is known for. But Terraza stands on its own with their signature cocktails and their mouthwatering tapas and pizzas amidst breathtaking views of Taal Lake.
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Reservations are accepted for function areas
Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, (Nasugbu – Tagaytay Road), Silang Crossing West, Tagaytay
Charito by Bag of Beans – Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway
Charito is the secret spin-off sister of Bag of Beans. Named after its owner, Charito Antiquera, it is an upscale version of its predecessors. Bag of Beans specialties are still served, but Charito offers select European dishes. We recommend their bestselling Roast Beef, Baby Back Ribs, Grilled Pork Chops and Grilled Salmon. Read our full feature here.
Insider tip: Try getting a table in the al fresco area for the best view of Tagaytay.
Reservations are accepted
Maharlika East, Tagaytay-Nasugbu Highway, Tagaytay
Qiwellness Living Tea House – Maharlika East
Qiwellness Living is an Asian fusion tea house, a bathhouse and spa destination. It is inspired by centuries-old architecture, cuisine, and healing practices of China, combined with modern design, culinary techniques, and advances in wellness. The tea house offers a la carte menu as well as a ‘yin & yang’ degustation menu that changes with the season and would require an advanced reservation of 48-hours.
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Marcia Adams – Alfonso
Marcia Adams’ is a tucked away Tuscany-inspired garden restaurant that serves Mediterranean dishes prepared by owner Marcia. It’s perfect for a short romantic getaway for special occassions. Bestsellers include the Grilled Aromatic Pork, Classic Shish Kebabs and Banana Split.
Insider Tip: Reserve the sunset lounge for a majestic Tagaytay sunset view.
Reservations are required
JP Rizal St., Bgy. Sikat, Alfonso, Cavite, Tagaytay
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Like an egg yolk in the sky.