Metro Manila · Fine Dining
Manila is a Megacity, therefore you will find all kinds of different restaurants and bars spread over the metro area. Whether international cuisine, hard rock cafè or local bar - the Megacity has it all. There are also some specialities that you might not find in every Megacity and that is what we would like to point out here.
You can find restaurants inside Malls as well as outside in our HotSpots and HotDots. In general, Filipinos love to eat and enjoy good food with some chilled drinks on the side. You will never starve in the Megacity - except when you can't decide to which restaurant you would like to go next!
Open from 6 in the morning to 10 in the evening, the Acaci Restaurant inside the Acacia Hotel on East Asia Drive offers international and Philippine favorites on its buffet table. Complete with personalized service.
Italianni’s is an international chain of Italy-style restaurants.
22 Prime offers great food and drinks along with a nice view of Ortigas. It is located on the 22nd floor of Discovery Suites.
When Chef Lau opened his own restaurant, discriminating foodies in the metro went abuzz that an International Master Chef has replaced Malacca on Jupiter.
Queen’s Crystal Garden Restaurant is an authentic Indian and Indonesian restaurant located on Jupiter Street.
Myron´s Place is a gourmet restaurant that specializes on continental food.
Barcino is an authentic Spanish wine and tapas bar with a great selection and an interior in proper style.
Cyma is a Greek restaurant where you will find the best of the Mediterranean delicacies that were invented in Hellas over the last 3000 years.
Since its opening in 1996, Top of the Citi is without doubt one of the “High-End”-restaurants of Metro Manila. The menu is as spectacular as the views.
Modern yet classy and still distinctly Italian, Carpaccio Ristorante Italiano takes fine dining to a higher level. It opened its doors back in 2008, making the restaurant a relatively new establishment on Yakal Street.
Tucked away from the busy business district, I’m Angus Steakhouse is a frequent dining destination for those who love steak and those who do not like dining in crowded places.
Quaint and romantic, the rather secluded Casa Armas offers fans of Spanish cuisine a respite from the business of Malate. The tapas bar was nominated in 2010 for the Manila’s Best Kept Restaurant Secrets Awards.
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.
Restaurant 101 is a training facility and an affordable high-class restaurant in one. Being part of the Enduran Colleges Campus in McKinley Hill, it offers the students of its hotel administration and culinary courses the opportunity of practicing their profession in real life.
On March 13 - 16, German cuisine was served in several places over the Metro. Those platters were carefully created by Chef Michael Kruger of Cologne (Germany) and matched with Katipunan Indio Pale Ale. The German Festival meets Manila Nightlife took place in Cravings (Katipunan Avenue branch), Fraser Place (Makati) or LaB Gastropub (San Miguel by the Bay) as well as in C2 Summit Circle Hotel (Cebu), on March 16 - 18.