North kids, here's a good reason to venture South—the food scene in bustling Alabang is hip and happening, and guaranteed to satisfy your every craving.
Whether you're taking comfort in local delicacies or exploring international cuisines, there's no shortage of interesting flavors for your taste buds to revel in. Don't know where to start? Let these 9 restaurants kick off your food journey.
Alba's traditional, rustic interiors, coupled with its classic and comforting dishes, is the closest you can get to dining in an authentic Spanish household. And because our local cuisine is infused with Spanish influence, the familiar tastes bring you on a culinary adventure but still hit close to home. The Paella Valenciana is to die for, and for special occasions, the Cochinillo Asado is a worthy centerpiece.
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Alba Restaurante Español
Westgate Center Filinvest Ave, Alabang, Muntinlupa
2. Acacia Hotel Manila's Buffet
If you’re looking to sample a wide array of dishes inspired by cuisines from all over the continent, Acacia Hotel Manila's buffet deal is the perfect choice. Not only does it provide value for money with its excellent variety, the unparalleled service makes for a luxurious dining experience you definitely deserve.
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Acacia Hotel Manila
5400 E Asia Dr, Alabang, Muntinlupa
For more international delicacies, head over to Crimson Hotel Filinvest City Manila. Whether it’s for a hearty lunch or an indulgent dinner, the hotel buffet's Southern European and Middle Eastern fare will definitely satisfy your appetite. And if you’re looking for a venue for your Sunday celebration or get-together with friends and family, Crimson Hotel has a Sunday brunch deal that will cater to even the most discerning palate.
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Crimson Hotel Filinvest City Manila
2609 Civic Dr, Alabang, Muntinlupa
4. Via Mare
Home-cooked comfort food will always be something we crave. Via Mare, home to local dishes we know and love, recognizes this all too well. Satisfy your cravings with lola’s chicken adobo or mom’s sinigang, and relive your fondest childhood memories with soft, fluffy bibingka and warm, chewy puto bumbong. Watch for Via Mare's newest branch on the block, soon to open in Landmark, Alabang.
Landmark Foodcourt, Alabang, Muntinlupa
Get a taste of Italy in Mona Lisa Ristorante, where you can have your fill of pizza, pasta, and risotto in a rustic Italian ambiance that's understated yet elegant. Make sure to leave room for a scoop or two of smooth, creamy gelato, plus a generous slice of cheesecake or tiramisu.
Mona Lisa Ristorante
Building 1 Commerce Center, Commerce Avenue Corner Filinvest Avenue
6. Bar Pintxos
Pinxtos (which means "to pierce") refers to skewered, bite-sized food widely popular in Spanish bars. Bar Pintxos Tapas Y Mas in Alabang features a unique setting and concept that brings the Spanish bar scene into the local landscape. Try their Croquetas de Jamon and Huevos Estrellados, or the Gambas Al Ajillo and Salpicao for more familiar fare.
Don Jesus Blvd, Cupang, Muntinlupa
Known for their extensive pasta menu, this restaurant lets you say Ciao! to a taste of authentic Italian dining. After you savor their large servings best shared with friends, delight in the cocktail bar's many choices and carve out an evening that's truly one for the books.
Da Gianni Cucina Italiana
Westgate Hub, Alabang, Alabang, Muntinlupa
There's no better time than the wet, gloomy season to warm your tummy with a steaming bowl of rich, tasty soup. Ramen Yushoken is a well-loved ramen house that has quickly become a rainy-day favorite among city dwellers, each guest eager for that first whiff of flavorful broth. The simple, classic Shio Ramen, paired with a serving of fresh gyoza, is always a good idea.
Molito Commercial Complex, Alabang, Muntinlupa
9. DIY Poke
For the health-conscious, go for this Hawaiian dish that’s invaded the local food scene. Usually colorful and aesthetically pleasing, a poke bowl typically contains raw fish, healthy greens, and rice, with traditional Japanese toppings such as wakame and ebiko. This joint allows you to customize your bowl, trying your hand at several combinations to eventually find the one you like best.
Madison Galeries, Alabang Hills, Muntinlupa
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