We’re pleasantly impressed by these restaurants in Greenbelt
Over the years, Greenbelt has earned its reputation of being one of the go-to malls in Makati; from Greenbelt 1-5, you’re sure to find anything and everything and even better, you’re sure to discover all kinds of food at whichever budget you’re eyeing.
Also read: Booky’s Ultimate Guide to Makati
To help you reduce the time it takes to search for where to eat next in Greenbelt, we’ve decided to round up ten of its best restaurants for this month! Check them out below.
Earle’s is your go-to deli that offers European Sausage and other deli favourites. Their known for their naturally smoked meats and they also serve gourmet sandwiches and deli platters using their very own signature meats.
Recommended dish: Smoked Chicken Roast with Canadian Back Bacon
It’s for people who want a good and freshly made sandwich straight from the deli.
It’s not for those looking for a more formal type of setting.
Get a seat at The Wholesome Table and treat yourself to fresh, delicious, and organic meals that will keep your tastebuds happy while still staying healthy!
Recommended dish: Bistek-Tagalog
It’s for those who prefer their meals to be organic or those who want to try it out; their meals aren’t limited to vegan offerings and they also have burgers, seafood pasta, and more.
It’s not for people looking for the the usual oily-friend and carb-heavy meals.
Sugi is one of Manila’s oldest Japanese restaurants dating back to over 30 years. They serve authentic Japanese cuisine with their beautifully designed interiors and they also provide rooms if you wish to have a more intimate dinner with friends and family.
Recommended dish: Kobe Beef Steak (Teppanyaki)
It’s for those looking for a higher end Japanese dining experience.
It’s not for those looking for a ramen fix
Pepi Cubano, as in their name, serves authentic Cubanos and other sandwiches. They’re not exactly a sit down type of restaurant but their cubanos are so good that it’ll leave you wanting more.
Recommended dishes: Pepi Cubano, Pan de Bistec
It’s for people who are into Cuban cuisine and especially their version of a sandwich.
It’s not for those looking for burgers and other usual fast food dishes.
Café Breton serves an all-breakfast menu and a lot of delicious crepe desserts; it’s perfect for brunch with your friends or family.
It’s for people who enjoy breakfast food and love to eat it at any time of the day.
It’s not for those who are looking for a more romantic and intimate dining experience.
Tapella Bar & Restaurant is a modern Spanish restaurant specializing in tapas, paella, and chuleton. Recommended dishes include their Muslos de Pollo Frito and Chopitos Fritos, while must-try paellas include Arroz Machengo, Paella de Marisco, and Arroz Sobrassada.
Must-try dish: Certified Angus Beef Prime Rib Grilled Villagodio Style
It’s for those looking to satisfy their Spanish food craving and those who love steak (theirs is really good).
It’s not for people looking for a quick single serving of paella to go.
Insider tip: You can enjoy up to P200 off your bill!
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.
Recommended dish: Paella Negra
It’s for people who love a good selection of sangria to pair with their favourite Spanish dishes.
It’s not for those looking for a quick meal as we recommend that in Barcino, you have to sit down and and enjoy each bite and sip.
Peking Garden is a fining dining Chinese restaurant that’s been around Manila since the early ’90s. The restaurant serves classic Chinese dishes directly taught by seasoned chefs from Hong Kong so you get the authentic taste of Northern Chinese cuisine in every bite.
Recommended dish: Barbecued Peking Duck Two Ways
It’s for big groups looking for the perfect place to celebrate any occasion.
It’s not for foodies looking for a quick bite of Chinese take out.
A restaurant that’s been consistently serving up Japanese cuisine in the country for more than 40 years already, Kimpura’s menu features a variety of teishoku, teppanyaki, tempura, sashimi, sushi and more Japanese classics all for the taking by passionate Japanese food foodies.
Recommended dish: Ribeye Steak & Mixed Tempura
It’s for those who enjoy having their food cooked right in front of them, teppanyaki style.
It’s not for people who aren’t willing to share a teppanyaki table with strangers as sometimes when the restaurant is packed, you may be seated with another party.
Kai, a Japanese word meaning “gathering”, specializes in Japanese fusion cuisine and is known to serve interesting dishes with a surprising taste.
Recommended dish: Donburi Uni Don
It’s for those looking for a sit down meal and a fresh take on Japanese cuisine.
It’s not for those looking a Japanese street food style type of menu.
Insider tip: You can enjoy up to P100 off your bill!
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Featured image from Barcino
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