As they say, #SeizetheBay
LAST UPDATED: July 18, 2023
A mall that opened last 2019 in October, Ayala Malls Manila Bay promises to be nothing less when it comes to offering South peeps a place to shop, watch, and dine either alone or with family or friends.
If you’re a foodie and you’re from the South or you’re willing to travel to Paranaque, we suggest you head on to these Ayala Mall Manila Bay Restaurants. Who knows? You might just find a new go-to place!
Hahn Restaurant – 3/F
From grilled meat to Korean rice meal favorites, Hahn Restaurant showcases a sumptuous array of the very best dishes that Korea has to offer. We recommend trying the Doenjang-jjigae, bibimbap, dakgangjeong.
Considered a tita staple, Cibo is a great place to catch up with an old friend over wine. Choose from a variety of Italian classics catering to the Filipino palate like their roast organic chicken, spinach dip pizza, and spaghetti alla romana.
Ninetea – 5/F
Ninetea is great if you’re looking to feast on authentic Taiwanese cuisine while on a budget, . Try out their Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup or maybe the melt-in-your-mouth Dong Po Braised Pork!
Hawker Chan – G/F
Hawker Chan is a famous restaurant hailing from Singapore serving up affordable soya chicken, char siew, and roasted pork. Also, check out their beef brisket and wonton soup noodles.
Nono’s – G/F
Nono’s, is comfort food done right! Try their most popular dish — their homemade, crispy, fried chicken, paired with a side of waffles, fries, and even corn. We also recommend their roasted beef belly (USDA), Sylvia’s Strawberry Shortcake, and Garlic Steak with mushrooms.
Manam – G/F
Part of The Moment Group Manam cafe is considered the home of the best sisig in Manila and specializes in classic Filipino comfort food with a twist like pancit sisig, Sinigang na beef short rib and watermelon, and house crispy sisig.
Botejyu – 2/F
Considered the pioneer of the legendary okonomiyaki, Botejyu also serves authentic Japanese specialties from different parts of Japan like Beef Prime Skirt Yakiniku and Pork Yakisoba
Mama Lou’s Italian Kitchen – 2/F Al Fresco Area
At Mama Lou’s Italian Kitchen, you and your family can fill yourselves up with authentic Italian dishes like pizza, pasta, risotto, and more! We recommend trying their Rollo Di Pollo, Marbled Rib Eye Steak, and their Truffle Mac & Cheese.
Bistro Charlemagne – 3/F
A Nuvali destination that serves up Asian and European fusion, Bistro Charlemagne is an exciting concept from the Little Asia food group. Check out some of our favorites like Sizzling Balot, Golden ’17’ Soy Chicken, and Crispy Dinuguan Paella.
Mango Tree Cafe – G/F
Another place to hang out after a day of shopping is this well-known Thai cafe and restaurant. Go here to satisfy your cravings for tom yum goong, chicken satay, and their always delectable mango sticky rice!
Photo from @MangoTreeManila
F Crafted Tea Shop – 4/F
F Crafted Tea is the place for tea lovers who want a taste of unique tea variants such as French Rose Black Tea, Jasmine Green Tea, and Jasmine White Tea to name a few.
101 Korean Hotdog – 5/F
Serving up fresh and flavorful corndogs at affordable prices, 101 Korean Hotdog should be your go-to snack while going around the mall. Choose from a variety of corndogs such as their potato, mozzarella, and cheddar flavors!
Bag O’ Shrimps – 3F
A restaurant that offers seafood in bags cooked in different sauces, at Bag O’ Shrimps you can indulge in crabs, shrimp, and even squid. We recommend their Bag O’ Momma and Garlic Butter flavors!
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Cover image from Ninetea