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Greenhills has long established itself as one of the best places to get bang for your buck deals on clothes, jewelry, and electronics.
To this day, that statement remains true. But apart from being a popular shopping complex, it’s become a one-of-a-kind food scene where you can satisfy absolutely every and any craving.
While you’re busy shopping and scoring deals at Greenhills, why not make room to treat your mouth and stomach to a gastronomic adventure too?
Here, we list down the best restaurants that are worth checking out in Greenhills. Happy shopping and eating!
A restaurant reminiscent of udon joints in Japan, Marugame Udon is a place where you can get your fill of value for money udon, rice bowls, and favorite Japanese side dishes. Aside from those, you might also enjoy their unique self-service experience. Insider tip: They have separate condiments like tempura flakes, green onion, sesame seeds, and more which you can utilize to add a layer of flavor to your udon!
Break is an all-vegan fast food restaurant where you can satisfy your breakfast food cravings minus the meat. Bacon, eggs, and fried rice? They’ve got it! They even offer burgers of all kinds including one that’s patterned after a lobster roll sandwich. Can you believe that?
With many cultural similarities, the Latin American and Filipino hybrid cuisine that Titto‘s provides blends perfectly to create flavorful and vibrant dishes. A few Latin American X Filipino must-tries from Titto‘s are the Kare-Kare Burrito and Sisig Chicharrones Taco.
Manam Comfort Filipino specializes in serving up classic Filipino favorites Filipino dishes with a twist which are perfect for any occasion!
Arya is a Persian quick fix. They have a variety of kebabs on their menu so if you want to sample as many as possible, we recommend ordering a combination platter like the Arya Sini Soor, a kebab platter featuring the best of their white and red meat kebabs.
Wildflour Café + Bakery offers international fare and specialty pastries, famous for being the first purveyor of the wildly popular cronuts in Manila.
Le Ching Tea House is one of the OG Chinese restaurants that is still up and running in Greenhills. Throughout the years, Le Ching still remains to be a no-brainer choice when it comes to getting your Chinese fix. From congee to rice toppings and an abundance of dimsum choices, you’re sure to get an authentic Chinese experience.
Kimpura is a fine dining Japanese restaurant that serves an array of authentic and innovative dishes. They are the pioneers in providing teppanyaki exhibitions from expert chefs. Try to reserve in advance to score a teppanyaki table–careful though, because you’re probably going to smell ‘delicious’ afterward.
One of the longest-running authentic Chinese restaurants in Metro Manila, you’re definitely living under a rock if you haven’t at least heard of Gloria Maris. Whether it’s for Sunday lunch or a special occasion, Gloria Maris accommodates all!
Nothing as cozy and heartwarming as a meal at SGS House of Minis, a household name known for their affordable and quick steaks.
A restaurant chain hailing from Osaka, Botejyu is the pioneer of the legendary okonomiyaki and has been serving authentic Japanese specialties from different parts of Japan.
If you had the chance to eat at Tuantuan, you’ll definitely know why it stands out. The Hong Kong restaurant has both eastern and western influences both in the menu and ambiance. Fish fillet with pumpkin? Macau style cajun chicken? You get the best of both worlds in Tuantuan. Oh, and don’t forget about their signature snow buns—they’re highly addictive!
Chili’s offers American classic food. Their extensive menu of mouthwatering goodness will surely fix those food cravings. They even offer platters so sharing won’t be a problem at all.
If you’ve been to Lugang Café along Connecticut Street then you’ll know exactly where Xiu Fine Cantonese Dining is. Xiu offers Hong Kong-style dining along the Northeast Greenhills area serving favorites like Prawns with Salted Egg and Pacific Lapu-Lapu, you’re definitely in for a treat.
You won’t run out of food to order from Torch. They offer vast international fusion cuisines from sushi, and steaks to pizzas. They also now offer party trays and catering during this time. So whether it’s just for you or for your entire family, Torch will be able to satisfy that craving.
A local favorite, Sweet X (as the locals would call it) will surely satisfy your greasy cravings including burgers, fries, and onion rings. Made freshly every day, you’re guaranteed that every meal is as satisfying as it is amazing.
Sibyullee, being the third concept of the Happy Foods Group and award-winning Korean restaurateurs Mr. Sung Rah and his wife, Mrs. Yoo Chang, serves modern Seoul BBQ and street food dishes like the Volcano Kimchi Fried Rice, Galbi Cheese Barbecue, Tornado Potato, and more.
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