8 Bowls to Warm Your Soul this Weekend
Feb 25, 2017   •   Therese Aseoche
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Feb 25, 2017   •   Therese Aseoche
Whether it’s because of the cold weather or because of your uneventful Valentine’s week, it’s good to indulge in something that will warm you up. Here are 8 must-have food bowls you should seek out this weekend.
Php 315 for 10 pieces
C1, Bonifacio High Street Central, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
(02) 809-1865 | Facebook, Website
Open Sunday to Thursday from 11AM to 10PM, Friday to Saturday from 11AM to 11PM
We won’t ever get tired of eating Xiao Long Bao. Din Tai Fung’s is one of the best you’ll ever get to taste around the Metro. These warm little bags of soup and meat are perfect if you want just a little bit of warmth.
You’ll definitely get your fill of much needed sunshine at Sunnies Café. Apart from their lovely interior, their food is sure to brighten up your day. Try one of their specialties, the Sunnies Risotto with Grana Padano cheese, caramelized bacon, sous vide egg, and homemade gravy. If you’ve never tried risotto before or have mixed feelings about it, this dish will turn you into a fan.
89 Lilac Corner Panaroma Street, Concepcion Dos, Marikina City
(02) 246-9069 ext:916 | Facebook
Open Tuesday to Thursday from 11AM to 10PM, Friday to Saturday from 11AM to 12AM
No better time to be hit with a wave of nostalgia than during cuddle weather! Why not grab a bowl of Miguel & Maria’s yummy macaroni that’s smothered in homemade cheese sauce? Not only will it warm you up physically, but it’ll warm your heart and soul too.
105-R Mother Ignacia Corner Sct. Madrinan Street, South Triangle, Tomas Morato, Quezon City (02) 246-9069 ext:916 | Facebook
Open Tuesday to Thursday from 11AM to 2PM, 6PM to 10PM, Friday to Sunday from 11AM to 10PM
One of the best dishes you can get at Leann’s Tea House is the Cheese Buldak, a bowl of boneless chicken on rice cake mixed with gochujang, spices, veggies, and loads and loads of melted cheese. It’s an odd yet satisfying bowl you’d want to bring home and have on your bed while you’re all bundled up.
1F, Greenbelt 2, Ayala Center, Greenbelt, Makati City
(02) 625-0515 | Facebook
Open Sunday to Wednesday from 11AM to 11PM, Thursday to Saturday from 11AM to 12AM
Nothing beats good ol’ sinigang for cold weathers like this, and Manam’s where you can get a strange twist to the classic that weirdly works. Watermelon Sinigang is one of the restaurants best-selling food items, and if there’s a best time to try it out, it’s right now when you’re in dire need of warmth.
100 Oranbo Drive, Oranbo, Pasig City
(02) 246-9069 ext:445 | Facebook
Open every day from 11:30AM to 11:30PM
Korean food lovers who are hungry for heat should get their fix of Sundubu Jjigae at Masil Korean Charcoal Grill Restaurant. This spicy soft tofu stew is packed with a whole lotta heat and flavor that’ll have you sweating.
5345 General Luna Street, Poblacion, Makati City
(02) 246-9069 ext:793 | Facebook
Open Sunday to Thursday from 12NN to 5AM, Friday to Saturday from 12NN to 8AM
How about a food bowl that has just a mild spicy kick? You’ll want to snug up nice and warm with a bowl of Royal Indian Curry House’s best-selling Murg Makhani. It’s best paired with a basket of naan or a plate of biryani!
Exclusive only to their Uptown Parade branch, their newest Aligue Ramen is unlike any ramen bow you’ve ever tasted before. It’s more of a noodle bowl than it is a soup bowl because the broth only takes up less than half of the ramen bowl’s contents—noodles, ebi fry, egg, and crab cakes. The taste of aligue surfaces in every bite but it’s not so overpowering. Neither is the bowl so humungous that you’ll get full right away. Pair it with Uma Uma PH’s new appetizer offerings including their fried wanton chips with wasabi dip, and takoyaki!
Looking forward to indulging in something warm and tasty this weekend? Tag a friend you want to dine out with in the comments below!
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