McKinley Hill is one of the centrally planned developments in Fort Bonifacio, housing offices of many major BPO companies as well as a still growing number of condominium towers. The Tuscany Private Estates and the Venice Piazza give the place a Mediterranean flair.
Eating and Drinking like home? At least if you are coming from Europe or Northern America, this promise can be fulfilled. As shown in our HotSpot section, there are a lot of good restaurants featuring international cuisine. Even if you don't like to go out, you can have a more Western lunch or dinner.
A Mediterranean-style shopping and entertainment complex in the center, surrounded by high-rise condominium and office towers: Eastwood City gives the impression of a secluded and glitzy world of its own. It has been launched in 1997 as a community that combines living, working, and leisure. Here are some of the places you should not miss in Eastwood, more are soon to follow.
Established in the 1970s when the art community in Manila dominated this part of town, Café Adriatico is still as artsy as it was decades ago.
The cuisine of the Balkan peninsula combines the best of Eastern European and Mediterranean Food. "Balkan Yugoslavian Home Cooking" brings these culinary traditions to Manila.
Dining at greater heights and watching the sun setting in the cityscape are one of the many things that diners love about Vivere Hotel's The Nest, formerly known as Skylounge.
Werdenberg International’s Säntis Delicatessen is one of the go-to places for many Europeans in the Philippines. The high end shop sells great tasting food products usually not available in the country – at least not in one convenient venue.