4. The Black Pig
Whether you prefer a cozy indoor dinner or an intimate al fresco set-up, look no further than The Black Pig in Alabang. It’s a charcuterie, bar, and restaurant all under one roof! Their name was inspired by Spain’s black Iberico pig, and their extensive menu will satisfy every pig lover’s taste buds. Their Spain’s black Iberico pig is the bomb!
3. Mateo’s Restaurant Cafe
This house turned restaurant serves Spanish and Filipino dishes,. Try their baked oysters and spinach and mushroom quesadillas. Their take on seafood paella will surely tickle your taste buds! Invite your family here, as Mateo’s also host birthday parties and small gatherings.
Tortuga is not your typical fusion restaurant in the metro. Their place will remind you of your favorite food spots in surf towns. It’s like you’re in an island getaway! They offer an eclectic mix of Spanish, Asian and Caribbean food that you’ll go gaga for. Try their pork belly, the Jungle Pumba, and Jerk! Chicken.
1. Oye! Tapas and Grill
More than a simple fusion of Spanish and Filipino cuisine, this newest restaurant in Bonifacio Global City offers a youthful take on food that has never been done by other restos.
Try their specialty tapa dishes like Spanish Style Chicken Barbecue with Majada Sauce and pair it with their chicharon rice. Heavenly! They also serve lengua, chorizo, and cheesecake with unique and tasty twists. Pair your meal with the famous La Puñeta, a perfect drink to end your day. On your next visit, don’t forget to ask for their secret menu that will surely blow your mind!
Have you tried any of these restos? Which was your favorite? Share with us in the comments section below!