More food to munch in Makati!
Tired of your usual go-to restaurants in Makati? Can’t think of where to hang out with friends after work? Just looking for a new place to try out? Well, we’ve got 10 restaurants with freshly opened doors waiting for you to try their best grubs.
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Txoko Asador — Legazpi Village
Txoko is a Spanish restaurant-asador concept by the Bar Pintxos Group. It combines traditional and modern techniques with a heavy specialization in Basque and Castilian cooking.
Kobe Jones — Salcedo Village
East meets west at Kobe Jones. Enjoy a number of Euro-Japanese dishes from Chef Tom Hines, a renowned chef originally from the UK, from sushi, foie gras, and caviar.
Raging Bull Burgers — Assembly Grounds
Following its flagship store in Shangri-La The Fort, Raging Bull Burgers has opened its second branch, this time, in Makati. They are best known for their organic grass-fed burgers that are complemented with a range of fun beverages such as frothy milkshakes, craft beer, micro-brewed sodas, easy wines, and homemade lemonade.
Ramen Ron — Rockwell
Formerly known as Ukokkei Ramen Ron, this ramen spot has stood the test of time (or COVID times to be exact) and has now opened a branch in Rockwell, Makati to serve you, once again, with exceptional flavors that stay true to the Japanese identity.
Cafe Fleur — Poblacion
Le Petit Cafe Fleur shines bright among the other restaurants, pubs, and bars located in Poblacion. They are also the same people behind the Cafe Fleur restaurant group in Pampanga that’s known for imaginative, nostalgic, and indulgent creations. They specialize in brunch fares, desserts, pastries, and cocktails.
Crosta Pizzeria — Salcedo Village
Crosta Pizzeria has moved to a new and bigger space in Salcedo after previously being located at The Social on Ebro. Instead of using normal pizza dough, Crosta makes use of sourdough, which requires a 48-hour fermentation period and results in a perfectly puffy and crispy crust. Some of their bestselling pizzas are their Shroomed Out and The Basic Bitch. Though not a fully vegan establishment, most of the items on their menu have vegan alternatives.
Marudori — Rockwell Center
At Marudori, it’s all about chicken. Unlike its sister companies, Mendokoro Ramenba and Ramen Yushoken, they bring rich and savory chicken-based ramen dishes and side offers.
Dear Adam / Sweet Lucy — Poblacion
Dear Adam / Sweet Lucy is an all-in-one destination that will satisfy your cravings from dawn until dusk. Expect to dine in Dear Adam from 11 am to 6 pm and indulge in their coffee, pastries, salads, sandwiches, and pasta, and relish in their Sweet Lucy cocktails and snacks after sunset.
Bon Appetit at 1120 House — Estrella St.
Within 1120 House stands Bon Appetit, a cafe-restaurant that boasts a mix of contemporary and comfort French-inspired food.
Tatatito — Legazpi Village
Makati’s newest Filipino restaurant is Tatatito, a new addition to Mc Wilson Group’s Tokyo Bubble Tea. The restaurant’s laidback and bright ambiance translates not just to its interiors as well as to its menu with its homecooked-style Filipino food.
Add all these Makati finds to your ‘Must-Try‘ list on the Booky app for when you need a new place to indulge your taste buds.