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Considered as the second-largest shopping mall in Metro Manila, SM Megamall is home to many restaurants. If you find yourself at Megamall looking for something to eat, we won’t be surprised if you struggle with looking for the perfect restaurant for your cravings.
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Instead of having analysis paralysis, why don’t you allow us to help you narrow down your options? Check out 17 of the Best Restaurants in Megamall according to cuisine, their menus, their recommended dishes, as well as their specialties.
Ooma – 3/F Mega Fashion Hall
Take a trip to Japan without having to leave the comforts of a restaurant! Head on to Ooma, a Japanese restaurant with peculiar interiors resembling a seaport in Japan that serves up a variety of modern Japanese dishes.
Why visit? They have several maki rolls to choose from which you can enjoy.
Recommended dishes: Hanger Steak (₱498) and Tori Kara-Age (₱255)
Osaka Osho – 3/F Mega Fashion Hall
A well-known Japanese chain hailing from Osaka, Osaka Osho who dubs themselves as the “King of Gyoza” serves up a variety of Japanese favorites from tonkatsu to teppanyaki for Japanese traditional food lovers.
Why visit? They serve what’s claimed to be World’s Number One Gyoza.
Recommended dishes: Japanese Style Cripsy Chicken Karaage (₱350), Special Fuwatoro Tenshin Han (₱325), Ebi Tempura Don (₱340), Black Vinegar Chicken (₱395)
Ippudo – 3/F Mega Fashion Hall
Ippudo is a Japanese restaurant that serves up simple Japanese dishes as well as specializes in Hakata-style tonkotsu ramen. Their ramen bowls are perfect for when you need a warm hug in the form of food.
Why visit? Their Hakata-style tonkotsu ramen is globally acclaimed, more delicate, and creamier than other kinds of ramen broths.
Recommended dishes: Okonomiyaki (₱270), Nanban Karaage (₱260), Karake-Ramen (₱400)
Soban K-Town Grill – 3/F SM Megamall Bldg.
Looking for a restaurant where you can bond with your barkada? Head on to Soban K-Town! It’s a Korean restaurant that serves up Korean-Mexican dishes and KBBQ which you can enjoy with their unlimited side dishes.
Why visit? Their dishes are for both the adventurous and for those who love to stick to the classics.
Recommended dishes: Their 6-Flavor Samgyupsal (₱750 for 2 people), Korrito (₱180), Kimchi Fries (₱199), Tteokbooki (₱250)
Kyochon – UG/F SM Megamall
The restaurant considered as the most famous chicken franchise in Korea, Kyochon serves up Korean favorites and specializes in a myriad of chicken flavors you’ll enjoy. We suggest that you keep a napkin close by in case you decide to get down and dirty.
Why visit? They are the inventor of the double-fried chicken and all their chicken dishes are double fried to ensure crunchy and flavorful skin.
Recommended dishes: Kimchi Fried Rice (₱99), Soonsal Series (₱149 for 4 small Soonsal strips), Honey Garlic Chicken (₱380)
Tim Ho Wan – G/F Mega Fashion Hall
Tim Ho Wan is a Michelin star-rated restaurant hailing for Hong Kong that serves up a variety of dim sums and other Chinese traditional specialties. Get quality yet affordable Chinese dishes at no other place than Tim Ho Wan.
Why visit? Their famous Baked Pork Buns will leave you with a melt-in-your-mouth experience like no other.
Recommended dishes: Baked Bun with BBQ Pork (₱148 for 3 pcs.), Pork Dumpling with Shrimp (₱150), Spare Ribs Rice (₱170)
Insider tip: With Booky, you can get Buy 1 Get 1 Steamed Egg Cake and Buy 1 Get 1 Deep Fried Milk Custard.
Fat Fook Taiwanese Kitchen – 3/F SM Megamall
There’s more to Taiwanese food than xiao long bao! If you want to try other dishes from this cuisine, then head on to Fat Fook Taiwanese Kitchen, a Taiwanese restaurant with an extensive menu that serves up dishes ranging from xiao long bao to chicken chops.
Why visit? To try their delectable best-sellers.
Recommended dishes: Chef's Beef Tendon Hot Pot (₱298), Fat Fook Chicken Chop (₱308), Taiwan Beef Noodles (₱258), Taiwan Style Fried Rice (₱258), Pork Xiao Long Bao (₱158 for 5 pcs.)
Manam – 3/F Mega Fashion Hall
Manam is a Filipino restaurant serving up viands and Filipino dishes – both classics and with twists – Filipinos come back to time again. With plate servings perfect for sharing, at Manam, if you plan to bring your family/barkada, you’re sure to have a food-filled fun time.
Why visit? They serve one of the best if not the best sisig and ube shake in the metro.
Recommended dishes: Pancit Sisig (₱190), Sinigang na beef Short Ribs and Watermelon (₱245), House Crispy Sisig (₱260 for Medium-sized), Ube + Sago (₱110)
Sambo Kojin – 3/F Mega Atrium
Can’t choose between Korean or Japanese grill and dishes? Don’t worry and enjoy instead at Sambo Kojin, an eat-all-you-can restaurant that offers up Japanese Yakiniku, Korean BBQ, and Japanese/Korean appetizers.
Why visit? You get the best of both Korean and Japanese dishes.
Buffet price range: ₱738 - ₱938
Vikings – 4/F Mega Fashion Hall
Travel all over the world without having to leave Megamall through an international cuisine trip at no other place than Vikings. Try out the highlights of what each cuisine can offer and feel free to enjoy yourself until you’re satisfied.
Why visit? If you struggle with choosing which cuisine you want, then this place is perfect for you.
Buffet price range: ₱738 - ₱938
Amici – 3/F SM Megamall
Serving up Italian classics from the appetizers to the dessert, Amici is one that doesn’t disappoint when giving you your pasta, pizza, and gelato fix. With more than five variants of pizza, pasta, and more to choose from, whether you decide to be more adventurous or decide to stick with the classics, you’re sure to find a dish for you.
Why visit? They have must-try, value for money dishes which are for sharing.
Recommended dishes: Cheesy Italian Sausage Pizza Roll (₱298), Seafood Chowder Risotto (₱340), Lasagne Al Ragu (₱340)
8 Cuts Burger Blends – 3/F Mega Fashion Hall
A customize-your-own burger joint, at 8 Cuts Burger Blends, you can enjoy a burger made according to your tastes from the bun to the toppings and even the sauces. Picky eaters, your palates, are no doubt very much welcome at this restaurant.
Why visit? They use 100% U.S. Beef Meat in their burgers. Also, they received the award Manila’s Best Burger Joint at Manila’s Best Restaurant Awards 2014.
Recommended dishes: Piggy (₱265 for 1/4 lb.), Four Cheese 2.0 (₱265 for 1/4 lb.), Hangover (₱295 for 1/4 lb.)
DC Superheroes Cafe – 4/F Mega Fashion Hall
DC fans, this may be your next food destination! At DC Superheroes Cafe, a DC themed restaurant in Megamall, you can get a wide variety of international dishes adorned with iconic superhero emblems.
Why visit? Their interiors filled with DC memorabilia and dishes designed with DC superheroes in mind.
Notable dishes offered: 12-Hour Glazed Pork Belly (₱480), Buttermilk-Fried Chicken Wings (₱380), Mac and Cheesemeister (₱370)
Insider tip: With Booky, you can get up to ₱500 off your bill!
Little Flour Cafe – G/F Mega Fashion Hall
Didn’t have time to eat before you went to the mall? No worries, get your fix of brunch meals from pastries to Filipino rice bowls at Little Flour Cafe.
Why visit? If you love Wildflour’s dishes then you’ll be wonderfully surprised to know that they offer Wildflour’s best selling meals here.
Recommended dishes: Mushroom Toast (₱450), Calamansi Cream Pie (₱175), Breakfast Sandwich (₱420)
Insider tip: Get up to ₱250 off your bill!
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G/F Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, Dona Julia Vargas Ave cor EDSA, Ortigas, Mandaluyong
BLK 513 – 2/F SM Megamall
The first dessert bar in the metro to offer activated charcoal-infused yogurt, BLK 513 offers up healthy, sweet treats which you can personalize with their fruits, toppings, and sauces. Go wild with your combinations!
Why visit? They don’t only offer up unique, rare toppings which they vary every so often but their desserts are also Instagrammable.
Fun fact: If you're at their U.P. Town Branch, don't forget to ask for their secret menu for delectable pre-made combinations.
Insider tip: With Booky, you can get 2 for ₱199 Dark Skim Cones.
Pinkberry – 5/F Mega Fashion Hall
Like your yogurt a bit on the sweeter side? Then Pinkberry is the yogurt shop for you. Feel free to choose from their flavored yogurt, fun toppings, and sauces. Also, you can enjoy their cold parfaits, smoothies, and light-milk ice cream.
Why visit? They have a build your frozen yogurt and build your parfait option.
Prices: Build Your Own (₱230 for 16 oz.) and Build Your Own Parfait (₱225)
Ben’s Cookies – 2/F Mega Fashion Hall
Famous for offering up chocolate chunk cookies, Ben’s Cookies is a cookie shop hailing from Oxford Covered Market that serves up a variety of cookie treats as well as cookie infused ice cream that sweet tooths and cookie lovers will adore.
Why visit? Because of their ooey-gooey chewy cookies.
Recommended flavors: Orange and Milk Chocolate, Double Chocolate Chunk, Cranberry and White Chocolate
Now that we’ve listed them down, why don’t you head on to the best Megamall restaurants to cross off your food bucket list?
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