Last Updated on May 22, 2021 by Ed Joven
Dining Spots try out when In Mandaluyong
When you think of Mandaluyong City, you probably think of tall buildings with various industries, retail shops, residential units, and dining places. You may think of it as a melting pot of various urban activities, making it a booming metropolis that accommodates everyone’s needs and wants. Plus, Mandaluyong’s strategic location in Metro Manila’s center makes it convenient for many city inhabitants to access the city.
As a vibrant city, Mandaluyong is home to many dining spots that satisfy hungry workers and foodies looking for new gastronomic adventures. Ready to explore hole-in-the-wall eateries in the Tiger City once the pandemic is over?
Here are five dining spots you might want to add to your food-trip itinerary:
The Giving Cafe
If you are seeking Asian comfort food, especially on cloudy days, The Giving Cafe is the right place for you. Their menu serves coffee, snacks, sandwiches, soups, pasta, noodles, fried rice, dumplings, and seafood. It is the perfect place for you and your family or friends to catch up and build deeper bonds.
The Giving Cafe is at the corner of Pine and Sheridan Streets and is a few blocks away from the Sheridan North and South Towers.
At The Podium, you can enjoy a wide array of curry, katsu, rice bowls, and steak dishes at Izumi Curry. The restaurant is located on the mall’s quiet top floor and provides a casual vibe that customers both young and old will enjoy.
Izumi Curry is the perfect spot where you can unwind with friends or even dine solo when you want to spend meal times as Me Time.
Bread Broth and Beyond
No, this isn’t where you can buy scented candles, bath bombs, and other aesthetics for your bathroom. Located in SM Cherry Shaw, Bread Broth and Beyond is a restaurant that offers exciting flavors and the similar aesthetic values of its namesake. You’ll have the perfect backdrops and surfaces to take double-tap worthy photos of your meals to upload on your social media pages.
Bread Broth and Beyond’s menu consists of Filipino breakfast and comfort foods fused with foreign flavors. Patrons of the restaurants recommend their seafood marinara and grilled pork chops with mashed potatoes.
Enjoy traditional Filipino and American cuisine with your family at Hammock Kitchenette, a hole-in-a-wall restaurant on Basilan Street.
While it is cozier than other restaurants, Hammock Kitchenette uses a simple layout that makes the space less cramped and adequately spacious for groups. Some of the dishes you should try out are the tapsilog, crepes, and mini burgers.
After all the savory dishes you’ve had for brunch and dinner, go to Chez Karine at the SM Megamall Fashion Hall. Besides the eye-catching decor, you’ll find many Japanese-inspired sweet treats to satisfy your sweet tooth.
The cafe’s aristocratic and sophisticated atmosphere inspires the feeling of lounging in romantic places such as Paris.
Whether for dining or shopping, Mandaluyong City has a lot of hotspots for you to enjoy. Consider adding these five dining spots to your next food-tripping itinerary.
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