Roxas Boulevard corner San Andres Street, Manila 1004
AVERAGE USER RATING
Contact:+63 2 524 7671
Open Hours: 24 hours daily.
There was a time when The Aristocrat was a household word for eating out in Manila--so much so that it could justifiably call itself "The Philippines' ... More
There was a time when The Aristocrat was a household word for eating out in Manila--so much so that it could justifiably call itself "The Philippines' Most Popular Restaurant." As befits a restaurant that has been synonymous with Filipino food, the decor revolves around a native motif, while the menu brings you the joys of Filipino cooking in such traditional fare as sinigang (sour soup) and crispy pata (deep-fried pig's knuckles). Honey-cured chicken barbecue, the house specialty, has been a favorite of generations of Filipinos. Drinks include beer, juices, soft drinks and mineral water. Average cost per person: PHP300.
Filipinos and foreigners alike can view some of the Philippines' historic and cultural treasures in this Museum of the Filipino
People. Among the many displays here, the galleries devoted to the San Diego galleon merit special mention. Porcelain plates, ...
Aresi, meaning "I like" in Greek, is one of the new places where you can enjoy fine dining in Quezon
City. Clients are greeted by a Mediterranean inspired setting in blue and gold. An indoor waterfall accentuates the mood ...
Named after a major port city in southern Philippines, Zamboanga is best known for seafood dishes. It is also one
of the few places in Manila where foreign visitors can enjoy a cultural show with their dinner. The restaurant ...