Sumptuous seafood dishes, a relaxing ambiance, and cultural shows every single night are the very combination that makes dining at Zamboanga Restaurant special.
Do not mistake this location for some place where you only have a quick coffee after enjoying an hour of art or historic artifacts in the Ayala Museum. The Museum Café – better known just as M Café – is a stylish Asian restaurant and one of Makati´s hottest nightlife spots.
Crustasia Asian Bistro provided the visitors of Power Plant Mall with seafood and Asian fusion cuisine.
Celadon is the first Thai restaurant in the Power Plant Mall.
Crispy shrimps, Gambas Al Ajillo, Minced Chicken with Lettuce Cups and a number of mouthwatering appetizers and meals are served by Little Asia.
When Chef Lau opened his own restaurant, discriminating foodies in the metro went abuzz that an International Master Chef has replaced Malacca on Jupiter.
Kaffir was a little Southeast Asian restaurant and deli, a hidden gem in The Collective. The menu combined some of the best Thai, Vietnamese, Philippine and Malay dishes, many of which were vegetarian.
Queen’s Crystal Garden Restaurant is an authentic Indian and Indonesian restaurant located on Jupiter Street.
Arguably the best restaurant on the campus of the University of the Philippines (UP), the Chocolate Kiss Cafe serves superb Philippine, Asian and Western cuisine.
The Wabi-Sabi inside of 7274 Malugay is a cozy little restaurant that offers vegan-friendly, Japanese cuisine.
Once an abandoned warehouse by the shores of Manila Bay, this place is now one of the first addresses for great seafood and romantic evenings near Roxas Boulevard.