Can’t decide where to go for your next romance-filled food trip? Check out these four great places from the book The SPOT.ph Top 10 Everything Food Lists (3rd Edition) and see what the best foodie haunts are in Metro Manila.
Address: Milky Way Building, Arnaiz Avenue, Makati
Located at the heart of Makati, Cirkulo is known for much more than its iconic red, round doors. It’s the home to one of the best Spanish menus in the country, which also incorporates classic Filipino favorites. Try out their famous Cabeza de Cervo, their own take on sisig. Grilled and perfectly flavored, it elevates your favorite pulutan into something even more special.
Address: Glorietta 2, Makati
Craving for dumplings? Drop by Jade Garden and order the Jade Shrimp Dumplings King. A sumptuous mix of shrimp and bamboo shoots, its unique taste and texture will definitely please your palate. It may not be the cheapest item on the menu, but it will sure make your date unforgettable taste-wise.
Address: With branches in The Fort Strip, BGC; Glorietta 4, Makati; and Alabang Town Center, Muntinlupa
If you chose to head to Tony Roma's, make sure that you’re not wearing a tight-fitting dress because you’ll definitely need tummy space for all their delectable to-share dishes. Order their Original Baby Back Ribs and be ready to get your fingers dirty. Smoked and slow-cooked, the juicy, well-seasoned meat just falls off the bone.
Cheesecakes By Guy
Address: Eastwood Mall, Quezon City
This unassuming place in Eastwood Mall holds a wealth of yummy tasty treats. Chef Gregory Guy reinvents cheesecakes by adding local flavors, from ube to Chocnut. Don’t forget to try their best-seller Quezo de Bola Cheesecake, and maybe take one order home, too!
The SPOT.ph Top 10 Everything Food Lists (3rd Edition) is co-presented by C2 Cool and Clean and is available in major bookstores, convenience stores, and newsstands for only P195
* This story originally appeared on Femalenetwork.com
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