Try something new in San Juan!
We love to shop in San Juan but what we also love to do is eat through San Juan restaurants. There are so many choices that deciding on where to eat in Greenhills alone isn’t an easy task!
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10. Tori Tori Kushiyaki – Wilson
Considered off the beaten path from the commercial center of Greenhills, Tori Tori Kushiyaki is a small kushiyaki snack bar that offers simple yakitori skewers and sushi dishes. They even have fresh Aklan oysters!
It’s for friends who want no-frills fare with a pint of beer. It’s not for big groups.
Recommended dishes: Angus Belly Kushiyaki, Bacon Enoki, and Wagyu Cubes.
9. Wildflour Café + Bakery – O Square Greenhills
Last month’s #7
Wildflour Cafe + Bakery offers international fare and specialty breads and cakes – With a delectable brunch menu until 3pm featuring the best homemade pancakes, sandwiches, and coffee to start off your day. Add to that a diverse dinner menu 5pm onwards, including high-quality steaks, homemade pastas, and an expansive wine, beer and cocktail selection.
It’s for people who enjoy breakfast, brunch or lunch in a place that always reminds you of Sunday mornings. It’s not for office employees who are looking for quick meals for their weekday lunch break.
Recommended dishes: their California Burger, Shakshouka, and Roasted Bone Marrow.
Insider tip: Enjoy up to ₱250 off your bill!
8. Manam – O Square 2
Last month’s #9
Home of the best Sisig in Manila, Manam is the perfect place for an OFW’s comeback dinner! They serve up Filipino comfort food with a twist as well as classics in every size.
It’s for diners in the mood for filling Filipino dishes. It’s not for purists of the original Pampanga-style sisig.
Recommended dishes: the House Crispy Sisig and Sinigang na Beef Short Rib & Watermelon.
7. Francesco’s Kitchen – Addition Hills
Francesco’s Kitchen stands out among the quiet neighborhood that it surrounds. Unbeknownst to many (as it’s further down the road from the Greenhills commercial center), this hidden gem is an authentic Italian restaurant that serves traditional regional cuisine. Throughout the years, Francesco’s Kitchen has also become a popular date spot for couples.
It’s for authentic Italian cuisine. It’s not for people on a budget.
Recommended dishes: their Burrata, Risotto, and Rustica Pizza
6. Dohtonbori – Missouri St.
Last month’s #5
All the way from Tokyo, Dohtonbori is Japan’s #1 okonomiyaki restaurant chain that offers the first cook-your-own okonomiyaki experience in Manila.
It’s for foodies who enjoy DIY meals (don’t worry the servers can also cook for you). It’s not for people who prefer sushi.
Recommended dishes: their Deluxe Okonomiyaki
Insider tip: You can enjoy up to ₱300 off your bill!
5. Chef Laudico Guevarra’s – Addition Hills
Last month’s #3
Chef Laudico Guevarra’s, by chefs Roland and Jacqueline Laudico, is a 1920s heritage house converted into a restaurant and events place where guests can enjoy an upscale but affordable Filipino buffet dining experience.
It’s for special business meetings or big family celebrations. It’s not a place to treat your friends if you’re on a tight budget.
We recommend you to take note of their clean plate charge, ₱100 for every gram left on your plate, don't waste food!
4. Eat Fresh Hong Kong Famous Street Food – Jose Abad Santos, St.
Last month’s #4
What started out as a deli, founder Nancy So then decided it was best to go back to her Cantonese roots and focus mainly on Hong Kong Street Food which, to as many of San Juan’s residents know, became a hit. They have a number of branches already but San Juan’s is most probably the first one you’ve heard about or visited.
It’s for no-frills Hong Kong street food and hawker-style dining. It’s not for those who want some privacy.
Recommended dishes: their Laksa, Jumbo Siomai, and Spareribs in OK Sauce.
3. Sibyullee – Promenade
Sodam is almost synonymous with San Juan! They offer an eat-all-you-can buffet including grilled meats and other Korean dishes.
It’s for people craving for unlimited Korean food.
It’s not for people who want to avoid smelling like grill smoke afterward.
Recommended dishes: their Unli KBBQ and Pajeon.
2. Café Sanso – V. Cruz St.
Last month’s #2
Cafe Sanso is a cozy cafe serving Spanish specialties such as chorizo platters, paella, callos and churros. It serves as an ode to Juvenal Sanso, an internationally-renowned painter, whose personal collection of award-winning masterpieces are displayed in Sanso Museum next door.
It’s for the foodie who likes a bit of culture to go with their meals. It’s not for those who want a quick and easy bite.
Recommended dishes: their Paella Catalonia and the Churrasco Pork Belly.
Insider tip: You can enjoy up to ₱500 off your bill!
1. Tomo Japanese Dining – Addition Hills
Last month’s #1
Arguably one of the best Japanese restaurants in San Juan, Tomo Japanese Dining is an authentic Japanese restaurant serving classic dishes in an offbeat refurbished house with modern and minimalist Japanese interiors.
It’s for people who are fans of Sugi Japanese Restaurant, the same Chef heads the kitchen here. It’s not for Little Tokyo loyalists.
Recommended dishes: the Seafood Teppanyaki and their Unagi Maki.
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