Itching for something new? Our friends at Booky rounded up the newest restaurants that will fill up your tummy and your Instagram feed.
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Mudpie Heaven at Circuit Makati
Mudpie Heaven serves Filipino-American comfort dishes. Popular dishes include the bone marrow steak pie, kare-kare, mudpie ice cream cakes and more.
CommunEaty Roces Food Hub at Tomas Morato
Communeaty is the newest food park in Quezon City that houses about 10 food stalls and a second floor area for more seating capacity.
Soul Chefs at Marikina
Soul Chefs is a modern diner serving unique dishes like dinaksig (sizzling sisig and dinakdak), crispy pork belly (with tomato coleslaw and ponzu dip) and Smores pizza.
Kenshin at Makati
Kenshin is one of the newest hole in the wall restaurants in Makati that specializes in traditional dishes like fresh sashimi, sushi rolls, set meals, and a unique DIY takoyaki experience.
Providore at SM Aura
Providore is the newest concept restaurant by the Raintree Group. It’s a bistro coffee bar that serves hot plates, artisanal pastries, cakes, and more.
Fat Fook Taiwanese Kitchen at SM North EDSA
Fat Fook is an authentic Taiwanese restaurant serving XLB’s, their special Fat Fook Chicken Chop, and more.
Brand X Burgers at Malate
Brand X Burgers is a homegrown burger joint from Batangas that serves affordable homemade burger meals. This is their first branch in Manila while they have 6 branches spread across Batangas City, Lipa, Tanauan, San Pablo, and more.
Qups Quarters Cafe at Quezon City
Qups Quarters serves your usual caffeine fix, iced beverages, and hot plates.
Whitewall Coffee and Food Co. at Quezon City
Whitewall is a quaint cafe that serves hefty breakfast plates, sandwiches, and other affordable dishes like their Italian Chicken. Coffee and tea lattes are also available.
Bao on the Block at Quezon City
Bao on the Block serves trendy bao sandwich creations, rice bowls, and other Chinese specialties.