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Nobu Manila

Nobu Manila

Shawarma Bros

Shawarma Bros

Vask

Vask

Nomama Artisanal Ramen, Him Uy de Baron, Manila, Philippines, Asia travel

Nomama

Society Lounge Makati, S Lounge, Manila restuarant, French chef Patrice Fleurson, Asia travel

Society Lounge

Nobu Manila

Nobu Manila

The name Nobu is all but synonymous around the globe with the chef's signature miso-glazed black cod and other dishes.

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Shawarma Bros

Shawarma Bros

One of the first food trucks to hit the streets of Manila, Shawarma Bros has been drawing throngs of hungry locals since day one.

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Vask

Vask

A high-designed restaurant is bringing a hot kick of flavor to, Manila. By David Lloyd Buglar

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Nomama Artisanal Ramen, Him Uy de Baron, Manila, Philippines, Asia travel

Nomama

“Not your mama's ramen" is the order of the day at Nomama, Him Uy de Baron's debut turn as chef-owner.

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Society Lounge Makati, S Lounge, Manila restuarant, French chef Patrice Fleurson, Asia travel

Society Lounge

Society Lounge, better known as S Lounge, delivers French chef Patrice Fleurson's Asian-inflected creations in a swish dining room.

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Henry’s Place, Henry Cheung, Philippines, Chinese food, Manila, Asia travel

Henry's Place

Chef Henry Cheung whips up creative and delicious Canto-inflected dishes in serene, modern interiors at Henry's Place.

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The Establishment, Manila dining, Manila food & drink, Asia travel

The Establishment

The unabashedly swanky Establishment lures discerning Manileños to its Fort Bonifacio location with four upscale venues under a single roof.

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Café Adriatico, Manila food & drink, Manila restaurant, Philippines cuisine

Café Adriatico Premiere

Indulge in the lavishly thick beverage at Café Adriatico, a nostalgic neighborhood hangout that gave birth to Manila's café society when it opened in then-bohemian Malate nearly 30 years ago.

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Chef's Table, Chef Bruce Lim, Manila dining, Manila food & drink, Philippines cuisine, Asia travel

Chef's Table

Cordon Bleu–trained TV chef Bruce Lim prides himself on never making the same dish twice—that is, unless someone asks for it specifically.

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Purple Feet, Manila restaurant, Manila dining, Philippines food, Asia travel

Purple Feet

Concealed within a wine store and deliberately lacking any signage, this whimsically named spot—a nod to its grape-steeped location—feels like a modern-day speakeasy for foodies.

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Le Bistro Vert, Philippines Makati restaurant, sustainable dining, Asia travel

Le Bistro Vert

The Philippine capital is going green at Le Bistro Vert, a bastion of sustainable eating disguised as a chic, airy café.

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Milky Way Café

The pansit luglug served at Milky Way Café, a cheerful incarnation of a popular 1950’s Manila dairy bar.

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Fely J's Kitchen

If pressed to name a national dish, most Filipinos would probably choose pork adobo, a comforting braise made with vinegar, plenty of garlic and black pepper.

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Sentro 1771

A casual eatery specializing in home-style comfort foods, Sentro 1771 combines house-made corned beef with daikon, string beans, okra and onions in a piquant tamarind-based broth that brilliantly counterbalances the richness of the meat.

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Lechon Delight

At Lechon Delight, a stall at Makati’s boisterous Saturday morning Salcedo Community Market, proprietor Boy Tan and his family dish up strips of unctuous meat crowned with shards of the bronzed skin prized by connoisseurs.

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