4. DIY Poké
2F Madison Galeries, Don Jesus Boulevard, Alabang Hills, Cupang, Muntinlupa City
0995 473 6224 | Facebook
Open every day from 9am to 10pm
There’s no escaping the Poké food trend (no complaints from us), and now Alabang is in on the fun through DIY Poké. This food spot lets you create your own combination from four bases, six kinds of fish, seven sauces, six sides and six toppings. The scrumptious possibilities are almost endless! But, if you can’t decide, DIY Poké also has five signature flavors that are guaranteed winner bowls.
3. DaTang Jardin
Forbes Town Centre, 29th Street, Burgos Circle, BGC, Taguig City
(02) 800 5955, 0917 551 0846 | Facebook
Open every day from 11am to 11pm
Budget for two – P1200
You’ve never had Chinese food like this. We Filipinos would typically have this cuisine for feasts, in copious amounts, almost always followed by a food coma. At DaTang Jardin, however, you’ll enjoy Chinese food in the irresistible and addicting form of tapas. Just some must-tries are the homemade kimchi, simmered beef shank and braised taro in sweet milk.
3F Bridgeway, SM Megamall Building B, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City
(02) 634 4865 | Facebook
Open every day from 10am to 10pm
Yayoi specializes in teishoku or Japanese set meals composed of a main dish, rice, miso soup, vegetables and other seasonal additions from the chef. This is a food concept that will sit well (to say the least) with majority of Pinoys. You can order food through an iPad, which every seat has, making Yayoi’s service excellent.
One of their bestsellers is the Namban Teishoku—fried chicken steak in sweet and sour sauce, topped with Yayoi’s signature tartar sauce.
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This isn’t a drill, folks! Denny’s just opened this Friday, October 7, and it’s calling your belly to visit. Hailing from the US, Denny’s is a family diner that’s been well-loved for 60 years. It’s dubbed as “America’s Diner” and a haven for breakfast-lovers.
Don’t miss out on their Grand Slams, which feature your choice from eggs, savory and sweet bakes, potatoes, meat, oatmeal and yogurt. Aside from breakfast options, look forward to burgers, healthy meals, sandwiches and salads. Check out more details here. Check out more details here.
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