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Comfort Food for the Rainy Days | New Restaurants to Try this June

We do need comforting.

| June 3, 2017

Comfort Food

for the Rainy Days |

New Restaurants

to Try this June

By Therese Aseoche

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Hot summer days are gone and we’re finding it harder now to get out of our beds in the morning. Don’t let the gloomy weather bring you down, though! You deserve to indulge in comforting eats that will warm your soul. Here are a few of the newly opened restaurants and bars to check out this month!


GF, Ayala Malls The 30th, Meralco Avenue, Ugong, Pasig City
(+632) 246 90 69 ext:429 | Facebook, Instagram
Open Sunday to Thursday from 11 A.M. to 9 P.M., Friday to Saturday from 11 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Budget for two – PHP 1,800

Sibyullee bridges two modern-day food obsessions under one roof: samgyeopsal and cheese. We promise you that one bite of galbi dipped in hot, melted cheese will change your life and keep you coming back for more. Don’t miss out on their famous Volcano Kimchi Rice too!


Yes Please

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11th Street Corner 38th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
(+63) 917 140 7777 | Facebook, Instagram
Open every day from 6 P.M. to 3 A.M.
Budget for two – PHP 1,000

Erwan Heussaff’s latest culinary venture is a haven for post-millennials easily overwhelmed by modern day partying. Inspired by 90s to early 2000s New York City nightlife, Yes Please fosters a more casual environment than most bars in the Metro. It’s a place where you’re free to roam around and fearlessly strike up conversations with strangers — just exactly how a bar should be!



2F, S Maison, Conrad Manila, Seaside Boulevard Corner Coral Way, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City
(+632) 816 40 37 | Facebook, Instagram
Open every day from 10 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Budget for two – PHP 500

Are you a self-confessed matcha addict? You’re guaranteed to go mad over this green tea house from Kyoto! Tsujiri offers a wide range of sweets and treats, from matcha lattes and ice cream floats to shaved ice and cakes.



7467 Bagtikan Street, San Antonio, Makati City
(+63) 915 139 7979 | Facebook
Open every day from 10 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Budget for two – PHP 500

You’ve never tasted true Vietnamese cuisine in Manila if you’ve never eaten at Dalat. This family-owned restaurant serves authentic Vietnamese food not usually talked about or sold in restaurants, including Com Tam and Bo Bi Tet. It’s tucked within the bustling city of Makati and is definitely worth seeking out to get away from the crowd.

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