Located in the hip dining complex at The Fort, Rastro sits alongside a number of restaurants that serve international cuisine. While its neighbor Cantinetta offers authentic Italian cooking, Rastro serves authentic Spanish food in real huge servings – one order is enough for two or more.
When the construction of the Forbes Town Center was finished, it immediately came alive with new restaurants. This includes the newly rebranded Henry’s Place by Good Earth formerly known as Good Earth.
Fathers day Menu specials. Dads eat free if at least 3 people avail of the individual set menu.
Held at around 1.30 pm. Free for all customer's children.
The home of the dancing servers – but Johnny Rockets offers more than quirky dancing. To its patrons, Johnny Rockets is the best diner in town since it serves big, juicy burgers and refreshing smoothies.
Burgos Circle's BBQ Chicken & Beer serves just that: chicken and beer. There is other stuff on the menu but it is mostly chicken – baked chicken, fried chicken, breaded chicken, Korean chicken, everything chicken.
A modern Swiss-French restaurant, famous for its steaks and unlimited hand cut fries complete with delectable herb butter sauce. L'entrecote is one restaurant Megacitizens should try while in the metro.
Cafe Juanita's rather eccentric - if not odd - interior design makes the Filipino restaurant cozier than its neighboring restaurants in Burgos Circle.
What looks like a well-equipped liquor store from the outside is a well-equipped bar on the inside - with an endless supply of imported liquor, beers, and cocktails.
Uncle Cheffy is an all-time favorite restaurant for Metro Manila residents in-the-know, especially those who love panizzas – a thin crust pizza that is rectangular in shape and usually served with various greens.