Souv! by Cyma
Chef Robby Goco of Cyma fame is still serving the same Greek comfort food but with a more hip and modern approach at Souv! by Cyma. The meats are the highlight of their menu, offering a platter that includes different cuts of chicken, pork, and lamb but vegetarians and health-conscious foodies will fall in love with their varied range of salads, pastas and veggie dishes.
3F, Uptown Place Mall, 36th Street Corner 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
Open Sunday to Thursday from 11 A.M. to 10 P.M., Friday to Saturday from 11 A.M. to 11 P.M.
Budget for two — PHP800
If you’ve never had authentic Australian ice cream, pop on over to Geláre to find out what you’ve been missing out on all this time. Remarkably dense and comforting, Geláre’s range of ice cream flavors are simple yet delightful that you wouldn’t be able to stop yourself from splurging on another scoop. You can also order other food items from the menu, such as different waffle dishes, all-day breakfasts, and sweet desserts!
Named after a creature of Philippine folklore that has been believed to swallow the sun and cause solar eclipses, Minokaua is a new bar down at Malate that transports us to a world of underground jazz. A venue for different kinds of local music acts every night, Minokaua is the must-visit for every Tito of Manila.
No one can ever say “no” to donuts! Overdoughs gives us three different styles of the bite sized treats: loukoumades (Greek-style donuts with honey), beignets (French-style donuts dusted with flour), and donut holes. You can pair them with your choice of dip and enjoy them while you’re on the go!
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Original article appeared in Booky.