Fine dining restaurants are all the rage 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!
Although it shows that a lot of the top 10’s in San Juan are Greenhills restaurants, there are still a number of contenders! For this month, check out the top 10 most loved restaurants in San Juan, based on user favourites from Booky.
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10. Flossom Kitchen + Cafe – Sta. Lucia
Last month’s #6
Flossom Kitchen and cafe offers all-day breakfast, Filipino breakfast dishes as well as salads, pastries, and coffee. It’s for people who are looking for an Instagrammable place to chill. It’s not for people who want a no frill, fast-food type restaurant. We recommend the Pan-Grilled Salmon, Truffle and Egg Croissant, and Molten Lava Burger.
9. Sunrise Buckets – Santolan Town Plaza
Sunrise Buckets is a shack-like travel-inspired restaurant known for their wings, burgers, and milkshakes. It’s for people who love Buffalo-style wings. It’s not for people who don’t like getting their hands dirty. We recommend their Black Peppered wings or their Jack Daniel wings. Insider tip: Get Buy 1 Get 1 Half Pound Wings (Juan’s Buffalo Wings, Honey Mustard, & Smokin’ BBQ), Waffles, and Nacho Chips & Dips with Booky!
8. Wildflour Café + Bakery – Wilson
Last month’s #2
Wildflour Café + Bakery in Greenhills offers international fare and specialty pastries, famous for being the first purveyor of the wildly popular cronuts in Manila. 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 want quick meals for their weekday lunch break. We recommend their California Burger, Shakshouka, and Roasted Bone Marrow. Our insider tip is to get pastries at 50% off after 7pm.
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7. Manam – Ortigas Ave. cor. Wilson
Last month’s #5
Home of the best Sisig in Manila and a homegrown concept by The Moment Group, if you’re looking for a place to bring your OFW relatives, Manam is the perfect place! They serve up Filipino comfort food with a twist as well as classics in every portion size.
6. Kraken Takoyaki – Promenade
Kraken Takoyaki is a local food stall that lives up to its mythic and mythological name. Serving up authentic Japanese takoyaki or octopus balls, these filling, bite-sized snacks pack some mighty flavors. It’s for the foodies craving for Japanese street food with a twist!
Insider tip: You can Buy 2 Mix & Match Green Onion Takoyaki for only
₱246₱158 with Booky!
5. Cafe Sanso – V. Cruz St.
Cafe Sanso is a small 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.
4. Dohtonbori – Missouri St.
Last month’s #1
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 has over 300 stores in Japan, with branches in Thailand and Taiwan and this is its second branch in the Philippines. 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 American-style pancakes. We recommend the Ultimate Cheese Okonomiyaki, Deluxe Okonomiyaki, Four-Cheese Pizza, and their premium yakiniku.
3. Xocolat – Promenade
Xocolat serves a variety of innovative chocolate-infused savory dishes such as white chocolate in Chorizo Blanco Pasta and many more creative chocolate concoctions. It’s for anyone looking for comfort food with a twist. It’s not for people who don’t like or are allergic to chocolate! We recommend their bestselling That Xocolat Cake and Churros con Xocolat!
Insider tip: You can get ₱300 off your total bill with Booky!
2. Fukujin Izakaya – Little Baguio
Last month’s #4
Fukujin Izakaya is a modern Japanese restaurant in San Juan that’s constantly reinventing dishes and pushing boundaries of what Japanese food could be. It’s for people who like to be surprised by modern twists and takes on a certain cuisine. It’s not for people looking for an authentic taste of Japan. We recommend the Land and Sea Maki, Umami Chicken Soba, and the Nori Ice Cream.
Insider tip: Get up to ₱500 off your bill with Booky!
1. FETA Mediterranean – Annapolis
Last month’s #3
FETA serves Mediterranean cuisine by Chef Beyto Koc in Greenhills. It’s not uncommon to see Lebanese, Iranian, or other groups of Middle Eastern ethnicities dining here – a tell-tale sign of its authenticity! It’s for people who like mouthwatering dishes that make use of bold and exotic spices. It’s not for solo diners with small appetites – the servings are generous and good for sharing! We recommend their Kebap on a Stick, their Beef Pide, and their Lamb Shank. Our Insider Tip: Order the Platter of Mezedes to enjoy a sample of their best appetizers: eggplant salad, hummus, ezme, tzatiki, ghanoush, and keftedes.
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