Earth Kitchen specializes in using fresh, organic, natural ingredients to create delicious meals for the health conscious Megacitizen in BGC. Through Got Heart Foundation, the restaurant supports local farmers and indigenous communities around the Philippines.
The park in the middle of the busy streets of Salcedo Village appears to be the green lung of the business district. At any given time, you will be able to spot Megacitizens roaming around this place, especially on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
Ritual Organic Grocery sells a range of Filipino products coming from all over the country - from coffee produced in the Mountain Province to fish sauce from the southern parts of the Philippines. The shop recently moved from The Collective to Arnaiz Avenue, just a few minutes walk from Greenbelt.
The design of the Brasserie Boheme by The Gustavians brought guests back to the European metropolises of the Belle Epoque.
The Manila Collectible in Intramuros is more than just a shop for souvenirs and handicraft. It is a "Culturespace" that offers handmade products from all over the Philippines as well as workshops, events, and tours to promote the rich cultural heritage of the country.
For those who like their Sunday shopping tours more laid-back, Legazpi's open-air market is a welcome alternative to the nearby Greenbelt and Glorietta malls with their flashiness, noise, and crowds.
When Chef Lau opened his own restaurant, discriminating foodies in the metro went abuzz that an International Master Chef has replaced Malacca on Jupiter.
ArAma Café provides its guests with a wide range of organic products, such as organic salads, chicken, beef, rice and a choice of teas.