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Considered as one of the North’s go-to place for shopping dining, and entertainment, Trinoma is a mall with landscaped gardens, cutting-edge cinema, and an assortment of retail offerings we definitely have missed going to during the quarantine.
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Of course, not to miss are the food spots that offer different kinds of cuisines and specialties! So, on your next visit to Trinoma, consider these 18 restaurants that will fill your bellies and satisfy your cravings!
El Pollo Loco – L4
When those chicken cravings come grumbling in your stomach, head over to El Pollo Loco for fire-grilled chicken that’s deeply-marinated and made fresh daily! They have ribs, tacos, tostadas, and more, too!
Must-try: Flame-grilled chicken, Pollo Bowls, Ribs & Chicken Plate
Romantic Baboy – GF Garden Restaurants
Romantic Baboy is a KBBQ restaurant that serves up unlimited pork, beef, grade A cheese, banchan, and more!
Insider tip: Bring patience, a fan (in case you're waiting under the hot sun), and a extra shirt and cologne (if you don't want to smell like smoke and meat after eating).
Botejyu – L1 Garden Restaurants
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.
Must-try: Grilled Chicken Jumbo Yakitori, Beef Prime Skirt Teppanyaki
Conti’s – G/F
Known best for their crowd-favorite Mango Bravo Cake, Conti’s is a bakeshop and restaurnt that serves up comfort food that’ll please any picky palates and of course, a wide array of cakes that’ll absolutely satisfy your sweet tooth.
Must-try: Choco Overload Cake, American Grilled Ribs, Baked Prawns, Mango Bravo
Ramen Nagi – L1 Garden Restaurants
Ramen Nagi is one of the most popular ramen joints in the country. Nagi’s “King” bowls come in different flavors (and a variety of unique colors!) such as the Black King (squid ink), the Red King (spicy), and the Green King (pesto).
Must-try: Original King (Butao), Black King (Kuroo), Green King (Midirio)
Sbarro – 2/F
Home of the great handmade pizza and fresh Italian cooking, Sbarro serves NY Style Pizza, Chicago deep dishes, stromboli, calzone, and pastas like baked ziti.
Must-try: Chicago White Deep Dish Pizza, Baked Ziti Pasta, Meat Lasagna Pasta, Spinach Stromboli, Ham and Cheese Stromboli
Astons Specialties – L1
Whether you’re having a special day or just want to treat yourself, Astons Specialties is your top choice! This spot is a popular steakhouse from Singapore that serves comfort food–steaks, char-grilled chicken, surf n turf, honey bourbon ribs, more!
Must-try: Beef Nachos, Ribeye Steak, New York Strip
Kimpura – 3/F
Kimpura specializes in authentic and delicious Japanese dishes that can cater to big barkadas and families!
Must-try: Shrimp Tempura, Salmon Sashimi, Oyakodon
Mann Hann – L1
You won’t be disappointed here at Mann Hann, a go-to Chinese restaurant for all types of Chinese favorites. They offer a wide variety of items ranging from meats, noodles, rice, dimsums, and more!
Must-try: Lechon Macau, Yang Chow Fried Rice, Oyster Cake
Manam – G/F
Manam Comfort Filipino specializes in serving up classic Filipino favorites and Filipino dishes with a twist which are perfect for any occasion.
Must-try: House Crispy Sisig, Original Sinigang na Beef Short Rib and Watermelon
Pho Hoa – L1 Garden Restaurants
One of the first Vietnamese restaurants in Manila, Pho Hoa is popular for serving up good and hearty pho, vermicelli bowl, banh mi, Vietnamese coffee, and more.
Must-try: Pho Chin Nam, Com Tom Rim, Banh Mi, Vermicelli Bowl (Prawns, Veggie, & Grilled Prok Chop)
Hanamaruken Ramen – 2/F Garden Restaurant
Hanamaruken is a decades-old mom-n-pop ramen chain from Osaka, famous for its “Happiness Ramen” – a soft-bone ramen unmatched in tenderness and flavor.
Must-try: Signature Happiness Ramen, Drunk Man Rice Bowl, Pot Belly Ramen, Ebi Tempura
Abe Restaurant – 3/F Garden Restaurant
A Filipino restaurant that specializes in Kampangan dishes, Abe Restaurant serves up gourmet dishes inspired by the artist-writer, gourmet, and bon vivant, E. “Abe” Aguilar Cruz’s travels around the world.
Must-try: Binukad na Pla Pla, Chicken Adobado Kassik Kare Kare, Tuna Panga sa Bawang
Katsu Sora – 4/F Garden Restaurants
Katsu Sora is a premium Japanese restaurant that specializes in all things katsu. Best known for their Iberico Pork Tonkatsu, which is lauded as the king of pork, they offer a plethora of masterfully fried delicacies, katsu and curry sets, Japanese favorites favorites, and unlimited sides such as rice, salad, and miso soup.
Must-try: Iberico Pork Tonkatsu Set, Kurobuta Pork Tonkatsu, Chicken with Cheese & Ohba Katsu Set, Mille Feiuille Set, Menchi Katsu Curry Set
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