You will love being in the Philippines even more once you discover the many delectable dishes that are cooking in many of the country’s top eating hubs. Philippine restaurants have more to offer than just great food. There’s also pleasing atmosphere and good company, two things that make every food adventure extra exciting.
Jonah’s Milkshake – Being at the most coveted island in the country is made even more exciting by the appearance of the best beverage place you could find. It offers a wide variety of flavors that are out to please a wide variety of discriminating palates. What’s more, you can have your glass of shake against a wonderful background of either dusk or dawn, whichever you choose because it is open 24/7.[Station 1, Boracay Island]
Spiral at Hotel Sofitel – Looking for the most interesting buffet restaurant in the Philippines? Look no more. The Spiral, which is named so because it is accented by the spiral staircase that ascends to the hotel lobby, is one of the biggest and most renowned among the Philippine restaurants. It offers a wide variety of cuisine and an enormous number of dishes for every cuisine. The live cooking stations make you feel spoiled, with so many kitchen employees going ga-ga to offer you the best tasting meals you would enjoy. [Sofitel Philippine Plaza, CCP Complex, Roxas Blvd., Pasay City; (632) 551 5555, (632) 832 6988]
Antonio’s – If you are in for the most romantic dinner date of your life, Antonio’s is the ultimate choice. This wonderful eating hub that is located at scenic Tagaytay offers everything you need for a romantic night out. It may be quite on the expensive side but once you start dipping your teeth onto their mouth-watering dishes, you will think nothing about the money you’ve got to spend. [Brgy. Neogan, Tagaytay City, Cavite; (63918) 899 2866]
Viex Chalet – Swiss food is not so much part of the Philippine dining table as Chinese and Italian recipes. That’s why not too many people knew that an interesting Swiss restaurant has been pleasing many of the locals and tourists palate for over two decades. It offers many indulgences you could only dream about. [firstname.lastname@example.org; Taktak Road, Antipolo City, Rizal; (632) 697 0396]
La Cocina – If you want to know about the strongest influence in Philippine culture, this is the best place to dine. La Cocina presents Spanish dishes in its oldest form, way way back from how the old people of Manila knew them. Upon entering the place, you will feel the air of old, rich Manila, which is best defined by the short tour of the mansion as offered to the restaurant guests. [#315 San Rafael St., San Miguel, Manila ; (632) 734 2141, (632) 734 2146]