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From a superhero cafe to a self-service udon joint, SM Megamall’s got unique restos “all for you”.

Given that SM Megamall is one of the biggest in the metro, it’s not surprising that most of the popular and famous restaurants and restaurant chains located everywhere else can also be found here.

Check out:  Your Ultimate Guide on SM Megamall Restaurants to Cross Off Your Food Bucket List

If you’re looking for something a bit different from the usual or the ordinary, then we suggest you head on to these unique restaurants in SM Megamall for a truly memorable experience.

DC Superheroes Cafe – 4/F Megamall Fashion Hall

The only superhero-themed cafe in Megamall, at DC Superhero Cafe, you and your fellow geeks can enjoy their hero themed international dishes in comic-book-like interiors. 

Notable dishes they offer: Cheesemeister Deluxe (₱420), Boomerang (₱580), Justice League Platter (₱900)

DC Sueprhero Cafe Flatbread Pizza, Salad, Bisque, Burgers and Fries
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4/F Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, Ortigas, Mandaluyong
(02) 8477-5673

Marugame Udon – 3/F Bldg. A

Feel like your dining in an udon joint in Japan at no other place than Marugame Udon, a self-serve restaurant where you can get your fill of value for money udon, rice bowls, and side dishes.

Recommended dishes: Beef Ontama Bukkake Udon (₱260 for large), Chicken Paitan Udon (₱250 for large), Curry Rice (₱160), and Noritama Omusubi (₱35)

Fresh Udon with Toppings from marugame Philippines
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3/F Bldg. A, SM Megamall, Dona Julia Vargas Ave cor EDSA, Ortigas, Mandaluyong

YAYOI – 3/F Bldg. B

A restaurant that utilizes an iPad for a unique order and service experience, at YAYOI, you can get filling meals at value prices. If there’s one thing you should try it’s their Teishoku which is a balanced tray of rice, miso soup, tsukemono (Japanese pickles), a main dish, and a side dish.

Notable dishes they offer: Namban Teishoku (₱395), Tonkatsu Teishoku (₱395), Shouga Nabe (₱495), Matcha Warabi Mochi (₱135)

Teishoku Set from YAYOI Philippines
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3/F SM Megamall, Bldg. B, Ortigas, Mandaluyong
(02) 8634-4865

Genki Sushi – 2/F Atrium

Don’t like to get your dishes from the counter? Then allow a machine to bring you your food at Genki Sushi. It’s a restaurant that serves up maki, ramen, tempura, and made to order sushi served on a bullet train conveyor belt.

Recommended dishes: Chirashi Don (₱480), Kake Udon (₱190), Norwegian Fresh Salmon Nigiri (₱90)

Hana Sushi from Genki Sushi
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2/F SM Megamall, Atrium, Mandaluyong
(02) 7624-0175 | (0917) 701-5851

Yabu: House of Katsu – 2/F

Though there are several branches of this restaurant all over the metro, we can’t help but add YABU to our list for being known to offer an “eat all you can” like experience. Specializing in all things katsu, at Yabu, enjoy your deep-fried goodness with unlimited rice, cabbage salad, and fruits.

Recommended dishes: Rosu (₱405), Chicken Katsu Curry Set (₱380), Hire Kurobuta Katsu (₱655)

Kurobuta Cut House from Yabu: House of Katsu
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2/F SM Megamall, Julia Vargas Ave, (02) 8252-1786

Dohtonbori – 3/F Mega Fashion Hall

Try your hand out at being a chef at Dohtonbori, a restaurant hailing from Tokyo considered as Japan’s # 1 okonomiyaki restaurant, that offers a cook-your-own okonomiyaki experience in Manila. Dine in their Japan-inspired interiors which are spacious enough for small groups to enjoy.

Recommended dishes: Hiroshima Yaki Mix (₱480), Quattro Formaggi (₱290), Butama (₱260)

Okonomiyaki from Dohtonbori
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3/F SM Megamall, Mega Fashion Hall, Ortigas
(02) 8477-2066 | (0917) 702-3743

Bag O’ Shrimps – 3/F Mega Atrium

Heads up! You better prepare to get down and dirty at Bag O’Shrimps, a restaurant that offers seafood in bags cooked in different sauces. Although we warn you for the possible mess you’ll be making, one thing’s for sure, their dishes are best eaten with your hands. 

Recommended dishes: Crab Bomb Stick (₱185), Shrimps (₱595), Crispy Calamari (₱215), Dynamite Sticks (₱135)

Mussels, Clams, Corn, Shrimp from Bag O' Shrimps
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3/F Mega Atrium, SM Megamall, Ortigas, Mandaluyong
(0906) 350-0088 | (02) 8777-3538

Agape Pastries and Tartines – 5/F Atrium

A homey and cozy restaurant that serves European comfort food, at Agape Pastries and Tartines, you’ll be exposed to a wide variety of fromage, artisan pizzas, spaghetti, and delectable tartines

Notable dishes they offer: Smoke Salmon Eggs Benedict (₱390), 5 Cheese Tartines (₱355), Reuben Tartin (₱285)

Apple Pie Ala Mode from Agape Pastries and Tartines
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5/F Atrium, SM Megamall, Dona Julia Vargas Ave cor EDSA, Ortigas, Mandaluyong
(02) 8942-4953 | (0915) 305-8744

Bonus!

It’s a fact that SM Megamall is huge. But when you’re walking around hungry and exhausted, it can feel even bigger. Luckily, when you’re feeling this way, Megamall has 2 food halls for you to head on to where you don’t have to walk far to discover must-try food finds.

Eatogether Food Hall

Another food hall located in SM Megamall, Eatogether is a cashless food hall filled with stalls that serve up cuisines from East to West. Unlike Mankasutra, this food hall gives you all the freedom of choosing what you want and enjoying it in a communal area where all of you can simply enjoy and eat together.

Interiors of Eatogether
Photo from Facebook | Eatogether Food Hall, SM Megamall
Photo from Facebook | Eatogether Food Hall, SM Megamall

Mega Food Hall

A bright and colorful food hall, Mega Food Hall can be located on the 5th floor of Mega Fashion Hall. Find a variety of quick-served but not fast food stalls here perfect for the already hungry or the not-so-patient foodies.

Mega Food Hall Interiors
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Sushi Nori Maki Rolls
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Now that we’ve listed them down, why don’t you head on to these restaurants and food halls with your barkada and family?

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