Robinsons Galleria is situated in a very busy district in Metro Manila but it is surprisingly cozy and quiet. For mall goers who would like a great shopping experience minus the hordes of people, this mall is a fine choice. Another good thing about Robinsons Galleria is that it has a number of mid-range boutiques and an assortment of restaurants.
Just want to have a good time with an international crowd, have some drinks at the bar, watch sports or listen to live music, and enjoy delicious Creole Cajun cooking? Come to Murray's New Orleans!
One of Malugay’s go-to places to satisfy one’s cravings, Wingman at The Collective offers wings - buffalo wings and deep fried wings to be exact.
Dimly lit, cozy, and walls adorned with British football teams and the Union Jack for emphasis, one will never mistake the Union Jack Tavern for anything else other than an authentic British pub. Located in the southern part of Metro Manila, the Alabang establishment is a great place to enjoy good beer and maybe a glass of cider or two.
Handlebar is the venue for bikers and rockers in Makati. If you do not possess a motorcycle and leather vest, there are still enough reasons to check it out, as it offers live music, sports TV, and perhaps the longest happy hour in Metro Manila.
Howzat is a sports bar that clearly caters to an international crowd. Located in the Jupiter-Burgos-Kalayaan HotSpot, it shows international sport events, has a good selection of imported beers, an international menu, and a deli with rare goods from Europe.
With the newly constructed Fashion Hall, SM Megamall is now among the biggest malls in the country. Megamall is a welcome place for respite for many of Ortigas Center’s office workers. It offers a wealth of choices when it comes to hangout places and restaurants (including a very good foodcourt) as well as numerous stores that sell anything from groceries to books.
There is an abundance of free Wi-Fi spots in Metro Manila especially in the business, shopping and entertainment districts. Take a look at this article here so you know where to find them. We also added tips on online safety while using public Internet access.
Pink and pristine, JoeMonkey is not your usual milk tea place. Complete with modern décor and polished chairs that may remind new customers of chic salons, JoeMonkey brings the milk tea experience to a new level.
A dainty little house with a lush garden and small terrace in front, tucked away in a side street of Tomas Morato Avenue: welcome to Greens Vegetarian Restaurant and Café, one of the first addresses for vegetarian dining in Quezon City.
This beautifully designed park, bordered by Makati Avenue, Paseo de Roxas and Ayala Avenue, is a green refuge for office workers and businessmen frequenting Makati. It hosts a string of upscale restaurants right smack in the middle of the Philippines’ major business district. The park is also a favorite spot for joggers, dog owners, and young families.
In a spacious, cool and tropical setting, Aracama serves finest Philippine cuisine while DJs play lounge and dance music.
Do not mistake this location for some place where you only have a quick coffee after enjoying an hour of art or historic artifacts in the Ayala Museum. The Museum Café – better known just as M Café – is a stylish Asian restaurant and one of Makati´s hottest nightlife spots.
Crustasia Asian Bistro provided the visitors of Power Plant Mall with seafood and Asian fusion cuisine.
Craft provides a stage for great young bands and serves American party food for its hungry customers.
Get something sweet at Zucchero, be it coffee and cake in the afternoon or a Filipino dinner in the evening.
Mbargo is the latest hip and happening place to hit Bonifacio Global City. It is the first ever luxury club of Strumms Holdings, one of Singapore’s leading nightlife and entertainment groups, in Manila.
Katsu Japanese Grill combines Japanese cuisine with lounge atmosphere. Since recently they also serve lunch.
At Clawdaddy’s, every table has an embedded bucket for fish remains and shells, because it is a family restaurant specialized on seafood.
Soft, freshly baked bread, mixed meat grilled platters, mouthwatering Sea Food Rice Gratin, among other beautifully prepared dishes, and a very “country” ambiance are just a few of the things that make Wooden Horse Steakhouse different from other restaurants in Alabang.
Strumm's is arguably one of the best live music venues in Metro Manila. New visitors are easily electrified by the ambience of this stylish bar at Jupiter Street.
Myron´s Place is a gourmet restaurant that specializes on continental food.
Dress up and get ready to party under dozens of disco balls at Amber Ultra Lounge.
Caffe Puccini is a lovingly designed Italian restaurant with a homey outdoor area, located on a quiet corner of the Fort Strip.
A modern Swiss-French restaurant, famous for its steaks and unlimited hand cut fries complete with delectable herb butter sauce. L'entrecote is one restaurant Megacitizens should try while in the metro.