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Whether you’ve been in the area or have yet to explore the City of Manila, one thing’s for sure: you’ll never run out of things to do. From walking the old streets of Intramuros and Chinatown to seeing the views from Roxas Boulevard, you can end the day with good food at the place to be – Robinsons Place Manila.
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When it comes to a unique take on fried chicken, Bad Bird’s got it down. Bad Bird is a Japanese-Korean restaurant at Robinsons Manila that specializes in deep fried chicken flavored with umami spices and sides like waffles, dirty rice, corn cobs, and hush puppies which complement the chicken well.
Pick up those tongs and chopsticks and become your own chef at Soban K-Town Grill, a restaurant where you can get your fix of unique Korean-Mexican fusion dishes like Korean BBQ, Korean burrito, and Kimchi Fries.
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There are days when all you want is a plate or a bowl of Japanese staples ramen, gyoza, and sushi. If today’s one of those days, then visit Ippudo, one of the Robinsons Manila restaurants that serves exactly those.
Try their Karaka-Ramen, Nanban Karaage, and Okonomiyaki.
Yabu is a homegrown Japanese concept that specializes in all things katsu. Their most popular item by far is the Kurobuta Pork set which comes with unlimited rice, cabbage, miso soup, and fruits. Don’t miss out on other dishes like their Mozzarella Katsu Sticks, Rosu and Oyster Set, and their U.S. Beef Belly Gyudon.
Eat Yourself Bankrupt isn’t exactly a restaurant, but it’s definitely a go-to spot if you’re at Robinsons Place Manila. Eat Yourself Bankrupt is the Tasteless Group’s attempt to take the Osaka experience and box it up in a food court. Some establishments serving Osaka’s iconic dishes are Hanamaruken Ramen and Kushikatsu Daruma.
Can’t get enough of Taiwanese dishes like Xiao Long Bao? Then head on to Lugang Cafe, one of the best restaurants which serve authentic Taiwanese cuisine and get your fill from noodles to seafood and even dessert.
Fun fact: The Manila branch is their very first branch outside China.
Honolulu Café has been serving satisfied customers their delicious egg tarts for almost 80 years with branches all over Asia. Hailing from Hong Kong’s well-known and much-celebrated coffee shop and cafe scene, Honolulu Café is sure to be a welcome addition to Metro Manila’s growing roster of international restaurants.
If you love Chinese food and fried food, then Mai Wei Fang is the restaurant that’s just for you. If you want dinner and an elevated dining experience, Mai Wei Fang is also one of the best restaurants for it because of their open kitchen where you can watch your food being prepared by the chefs.
Some recommended dishes are the Sheng Jian Bao, Shao Bing Sandwich, and Chinese Fried Chicken.
Tim Ho Wan is the most affordable Michelin star-rated restaurant from Hong Kong. It serves a number of dim sum items but is most popular for its baked pork buns.
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Offering dishes that are spit-fire grilled to perfection, Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken at Robinson’s manila utilizes African-Portuguese spice mix and customized sauces to give you samples from this flavorful cuisine.
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Start your day with options from both the East and the West.
Head on to Early Bird Breakfast Club at Robinsons Manila, a whole-day breakfast cafe that serves gourmet renditions of popular Filipino and Western breakfast dishes.
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