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Pink and pristine, JoeMonkey is not your usual milk tea place. Complete with modern décor and polished chairs that may remind new customers of chic salons, JoeMonkey brings the milk tea experience to a new level.
Teresita’s has a carinderia feel without having to deal with the Philippine heat outside.
Known for its burger and roast beef, Dayrit’s is one of the old-timer restaurants in the metro.
Lounge in Tomas Morato is one of the old timers in the area. Apart from being a happening place for those who want to have a few drinks while listening to live music, the place has established itself as a great venue for parties and functions.
Mesa Filipino Moderne, more popularly known as Mesa, is a Filipino restaurant chain that serves yummy Philippine dishes in a comfortable modern setting.
1952 – Don Anastacio de Alba set foot in the Philippine islands with his Casino Español experience in tow. He opened his first restaurant two years after arriving in the Philippines and called it Alba Cocina Española – a restaurant that sat on Peral Street now known as United Nations Avenue.
Alfredo’s Steakhouse is one of the oldest restaurants in the metro and is even considered by many of its patrons as an institution when it come to steaks.
On a Sunday evening at around 8 pm the Megacities Team met in Quezon City to check out some places in the northern part of the Megacity. One of the real hotspots in the area is without a doubt Tomas Morato Street. Just a three-minute cab ride away from GMA-Kamuning MRT Station, the interesting part of Tomas Morato is located between Timog Avenue and Kamuning Road, where bars, clubs, and restaurants flock both the left and right sides of the street to form a long, lively strip.
A dainty little house with a lush garden and small terrace in front, tucked away in a side street of Tomas Morato Avenue: welcome to Greens Vegetarian Restaurant and Café, one of the first addresses for vegetarian dining in Quezon City.
Never heard of Tomas Morato before? Then it is time to go there! The HotDot is located in the north of the Megacity Manila, more specifically in Quezon City. Whenever you are up for something a bit more adventurous outside of your comfort zone in Makati or the Fort, Tomas Morato will most certainly welcome you.
Mario’s is popular for its Sunday lunch buffet, making it a favorite go-to place for families.
Crispy shrimps, Gambas Al Ajillo, Minced Chicken with Lettuce Cups and a number of mouthwatering appetizers and meals are served by Little Asia.
Agave Mexican Cantina offers authentic Mexican dishes in a very Mexican setting.