Tara sa South!
Located in Alabang, the Molito Commercial Complex is a destination mall for when you find yourself in the south and need a place to hang out that has stores where you can shop and restaurants where you can dine.
Though with the number of options they have for us foodies, having to decide where to eat can get quite overwhelming. Fret not, here, we list down 14 of the most notable restaurants in Molito. Bookmark this for your next trip to the lifestyle center.
Since its inception, Miyazaki has established a cult following. It’s not hard to see why when it’s the brainchild of both Chef Kondo-san, the quiet and efficient Japanese executive chef of the restaurant, and Susan Cuenca, owner of another Molito favorite, Un Cuenca. They serve favorites like tempura, gyoza, sashimi, tonkatsu, and more.
The best of Spanish cuisine awaits at Cangrejos Locos where you’ll find mouth-watering varieties of paella, scrumptious crabs, Cochinillo, and a whole lot more!
No need to search far and wide for the perfect burgers–they’re here at Sweet Ecstasy! They serve fresh-to-order burgers made with 100% pure beef on delicious, toasted brioche buns. Be sure to try their shakes, crispy wings, and onion rings too!
Souv! is a full-service modern Greek concept focusing on spit-fired meat. Their menu revolves around the 3 souvlaki types of meat from the rotisserie while still adhering to the Greek philosophy of cooking; incorporating good fat, healthy grains, lots of fiber, low sugar, and carbs.
A homey restaurant offering authentic Thai Classics, Just Thai will surely give you that satisfying smack of flavor that’s worth its value. Try out their pad thai, spring rolls, and curries!
Serving up authentic ramen based on the recipes of Koji Tashiro – the son of Japan’s Ramen God, Yamihishi Kazuo – Ramen Yushoken’s a go-to ramen place for when you’re in the south and you’re craving for some flavorsome broth.
Mendokoro Ramenba is a 20-seater ramen joint from the people behind popular Ramen Yushoken; it is also called being tagged as Yushoken 2.0. With a tighter menu than the original Yushoken, it focuses more on their famous ramen bowls and some ramen items on their secret menu! It’s located just across the street from Yushoken, but don’t be surprised if you still spot crazy lines.
With beautiful and open interiors with tons of natural light seeping in, Bungalow Cafe isn’t just an Instagram-friendly spot – it’s a restaurant and cafe serving homemade bread and pastries, an all-day breakfast, pasta made from scratch, and delicious entrees. From excellent coffee to cocktails, it’s easily one of the best hangout places in Molito.
Exchange Alley is a specialty coffee house that also serves food like toasts, pork & beans, and even bread pudding. With its industrial interiors, tiled wall and countertops, and bright yellow La Marzocco coffee machine – this hip Alabang spot is straight out of your cafe dreams.
Available for dine-in, take-out, and delivery.
Spearheaded by Chef Ariel Manuel, the man behind Lolo Dad’s restaurant, Un Cuenca is a Spanish restaurant offering a local menu heavily influenced by Spanish culinary flavors and techniques.
Pancake House is an all-day breakfast place serving classic and well-loved breakfast favorites. Their pancakes and waffles are always a winner, but don’t miss out on their famous fried chicken!
Offering must-orders like the Ribeye Steak, Top Blade Steak, and Baby Back Ribs, Wooden Horse Steakhouse is the perfect place to go to when you need a delicious, hefty amount of protein or simply want to get your meat on.
Got a sweet tooth? Check out Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, a premier chocolate and confectionery house that’s most popular for serving their signature caramel-dipped apples.
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