La Vita at Marina
Located at SM By the Bay, La Vita at Marina offers you a taste of Italy at its finest. Indulge in authentic antipasti like the Burrata con Pomodori e Arugola, a variety of homemade pastas like the Pappardelle Tartufate, and delectable carnes like the Tagliata Di Manzo Alla Roberspierre to pair with your choice of wine. It’s the perfect place to treat your loved one and to celebrate memorable moments in your life.
When it comes to chicken, how could we ever say no? Newest chicken joint Loco Manuk has found a home in the ever-evolving neighborhood of Poblacion to serve delicious wood roasted chicken smothered in distinct Latin and Asian flavors. If you’ve been a long-time fan of the likes of Señor Pollo, let Loco Manuk give you all-new gastronomic experience. Aside from the signature Chicken with your choice of Loco Manuk sauces, you must also try the Fried Chicken Bao and the Sweet and Sour Pork Ribs.
We can never get enough of Japanese cuisine! Torimomo, newly opened in Robinson’s Place Ermita, serves authentic Japanese barbeque and yakitori at affordable prices so you can gorge down on all its finger-licking dishes without burning a hole in your pocket. Each yakitori stick is seasoned with your choice among the three of Torimomo’s seasonings — barbeque, salt, and spice — and all its ingredients are guaranteed to be of high quality and imported from Japan.
Eden Food Hall
In a city that’s known for its multitude of bars and pubs that keep you awake until the ungodly hours of the morning, it comes as a surprise that there isn’t any 24-hour food hall in existence before the newest Eden Food Hall. It’s far from the regular open-air food parks that you’re acquainted with; it’s pretty and elegant and is set to soothe your senses after a long night out. There’s Go Salads, Bulacan Lugaw Kitchen, Bakmi Nyonya, and so much more.
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