Restaurants for Nightlife Lovers in Philippines
ZOMG! I looked for this place after I settled down in my room. I dragged my sister and husband over there and felt a lil skeptical since they had moved location to a new section of the mall and the menu looked a lil different. Hell, it's been years since I last ate here. My sister and I went to ...Popular withFoodies
My guidebook said this was the best restaurant in Baguio and my meal was great. I had a soup of fish, squid, and prawn. Desert was god too. Nice seating in the garden. I would like to go back to try the mango prawn curry and also their breakfast because they have a bakery too.Popular withFoodies
- 75 reviews
If you want fried chicken, this is the place to go. Like some of the bigger names in manila eatery.. this is like an institution and though I get tired of it from time to time, I always swing through at least once during my trip back home. And it's not the battered kind of chicken.. or at least not ...Popular withBudgetFoodiesFamilies
- 83 reviews
The place have a great selection of food. I ordered the lamb gyro plate which came with baba ganoush, tzatziki and tabbouleh. I love it. My friends were also raving about the moussaka. I will definitely try that next time. The service was fast and the servers were very friendly.
- 103 reviews
Very nice experience here! It's so relaxing just to be on the boat and eating good food! The locals singing and playing their ukelele made this experience much more special! :)Popular withBudgetAdventureOutdoor
- 123 reviews
Cute cafe with a view. Oprah raved about their Alamid Coffee (aka Civet Coffee...look it up), and it IS pretty good. Come to avoid crowded locales, look out over the water, and sip Barako coffee. Head's up: parking can be a bit painful in the miniscule lot.Popular withFoodiesLocalOutdoor
I love their pastel! Personally, it's better than the ones in Vjandep because they are less sweet and the bread's fluffier. Since their branch in Limketkai is a full service bakery/cafe, try their other breads, fresh fruit juices and gelatos. I've managed to try their beer flavored gelato and it was good!
- 143 reviews
Break Talk is a chain bakery with locations all over Asia. You grab whatever you want from the different cubbies and place it on a tray, then they add it all up at the end. Bread Talk produces high quality pastries, both sweet and savory, and some of them are shaped like animals. Super cute!Popular withTrendstersFoodiesStudents
- 192 reviews
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