Top 10 famous restaurant in Malina Capital, Philippines

Manila cuisine not only is famous for its tourist attractions, unique cuisine but also has modern style restaurants. These are the top 10 delicious restaurants in the Philippine capital that I will recommend to you.

1. Hanamaruken Ramen Restaurant

Hanamaruken Ramen Restaurant

Hanamaruken Ramen Restaurant

Address: Hanamaruken Ramen, 2 / F Trinoma, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines.
Hanamaruken Ramen opened its first restaurant in Osaka in 1982. Nowadays, these restaurants chain has expanded to more than 40 branches nationwide and Hanamaruken Ramen Manila is the second restaurant. In Japanese, Hanamaruken means that the house is between the flower garden. The menu of this restaurant is quite rich and varied with about 20 different kinds of different Ramen such as gyoza, Tempura sugpo prawn, Edamame tofu, Karage Chicken, Salary Man Ramen, Drunk Man Rice Bowl and so on.

2. Cilantro Fil-Mex Cantina (Kapitolyo)

Cilantro Fil-Mex Cantina (Kapitolyo) Restaurant

Cilantro Fil-Mex Cantina (Kapitolyo) Restaurant

Address: Cilantro Fil-Mex Cantina, 75 East Capitol Drive, Kapitolyo, Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines.
Cilantro Fil-Mex Cantina is a restaurant that has the flavor of the Mexican region with unique and diverse dishes. The most famous dish in this restaurant is Nachos P160 beef stewed with potatoes and cheese. Especially, the space of the restaurant is very cool and has a bit of classic style. It will surely make you feel comfortable after traveling around Malina a day.

3. Project Pie (Bluebay Walk, Pasay)

Project Pie (Bluebay Walk, Pasay) Restaurant

Project Pie (Bluebay Walk, Pasay) Restaurant

It is no surprise that the Project Pie restaurant is on the list of the most popular restaurants in Manila capital, Philippines. The foods make it famous is seafood pizza because of the unique taste and the professional chefs. Besides, the picture from the walls also makes the tourists impressed when coming here. When you choose the food, it is so quick that in just 7 minutes, a new pizza will be delivered to your table.
Address: Project Pie, G / F Bluebay Walk, EDSA Cor. Diosdado Macapagal Blvd., Pasay, Metro Manila, Philippines.

4. Mad Mark (Kapitolyo)

Mad Mark (Kapitolyo) Restaurant

Mad Mark (Kapitolyo) Restaurant

Mad Mark restaurant is covered mainly by white that will make you feel cool and fresh. Mad Mark was originally a restaurant that sold sandwiches and ice cream in Kapitolyo. However, when moving to Glorietta 5, the restaurant owner expanded his menu with bread grilled ribs, rice grilled ribs, grilled chicken rice, Spicy chicken sauce. All of them are extremely impressive.
Address: 23 East Capitol Drive, Kapitolyo, Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines.

5. Kettle (Shangri-La Mall)

Kettle (Shangri-La Mall) Restaurant

Kettle (Shangri-La Mall) Restaurant

Kettle attracts tourists with affordable prices and dishes coming from the US. Most of the customers come here to taste P’Boy sandwich with spicy mustard and fried sausage, smoked out beef, grilled ribs, fried chicken, etc. Moreover, the restaurant is also impressive with long tables and modern design. When you come here, I am sure that you will be satisfied with its services here.
Address: 5 / F Shangri-La Plaza, East Wing, EDSA Cor. Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, Philippines.

6. Tim Ho Wan (SM Megamall)

Tim Ho Wan (SM Megamall)

Tim Ho Wan (SM Megamall)

Like the restaurant in Hong Kong or Taipei, Tim Ho Wan Manila is famous for Taiwanese dishes such as Xiao Long dumplings, and steamed cakes. But they are added a few new dishes such as BBQ Grilled Pork Bun, Beancurd Roll, Son Tra Cake, etc. Besides, the space is quite small but cozy for you to enjoy specialty food of Taiwan, Hongkong, and Taipei. This is definitely a great restaurant that you should not miss in Malina.
Address: UG / F SM Megamall, Mega D.

7. Todd English Food Hall (SM Aura)

Todd English Food Hall (SM Aura)

Todd English Food Hall (SM Aura)

Todd English Food Hall is the most famous European restaurant in Manila, which is likened to a royal party for travelers with global food. In a large hall, there will be different nine food stalls serving to different customers. If you like the freshest taste of Mediterranean cuisine, you should come to the European counter. if you would like to enjoy the delicacies of Japan, find Japanese counters. I am sure that daily pasta and Milo Sauce Chocolate Cakes will conquer the most fastidious tourists.
Address: 5 / F SM Aura Premier, McKinley Parkway cor. 26 St., BGC, Taguig, Metro Manila.

8. Eight Cuts Burger Blends (SM Megamall)

Eight Cuts Burger Blends (SM Megamall) Restaurant

Eight Cuts Burger Blends (SM Megamall) Restaurant

8 Cuts Burger Blends impresses visitors at first sight when entering the shop with their unique restaurant architecture like neon signage, colorful chairs, and tables, open kitchen, etc. These are many hamburger types and in their name, they are made with 8 different pieces of meat. You can try them and feel the flavor of your own country.
Address: 3 / F SM Megamall, Mega D, EDSA Cor. Julia Vargas Ave., Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, Philippines.

9. Magnum Manila Cafe (SM Aura)

Magnum Manila Cafe (SM Aura)

Magnum Manila Cafe (SM Aura)

Magnum Manila Cafe is a pop-up style restaurant and famous for its dishes made from Belgian chocolate. At this restaurant, guests can freely choose the dish and bring their own place. I hope you will have the great experience here before coming back to your country.
Address: 5 / F SM Aura Premier, McKinley Parkway cor. 26 st, BGC, Taguig, Metro Manila.

10. Ramen Nagi (SM Aura)

Ramen Nagi (SM Aura) Restaurant

Ramen Nagi (SM Aura) Restaurant

Ramen Nagi is a brand from Hong Kong. The dishes are quite simple and not too varied. However, the Black King and the Red King is kinds of foods that have helped restaurants stand in the top 10 most popular restaurants in Manila. When traveling to Malina, do not hesitate to come to this restaurant to enjoy the unique food of Asian Country.
Address: Robinsons Place Manila, Ermita, Manila captital.