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Satisfy Your Late-Night Cravings at These BGC Spots

by Dyan Zarzuela
November 23, 2018

With new restaurants popping up on the daily in Bonifacio Global City, there’s definitely no shortage of food haunts to check out in the area—except when the clock hits the double digits at night.

Sure, you could get by with some fast food or convenience store finds. But sometimes, nothing but a full, piping hot, sit-down meal will hit the spot. For times like this, we’ve rounded up a few restaurants in BGC offering different cuisines that will satisfy your late-night cravings. Bookmark this page for when you’re looking for a late dinner or after-drinks grub from 10 PM onwards.

Little Flour Café

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All-day brunch is always a good idea, and at Little Flour Café, you can carbo load from 5 AM to 2 AM every day—except on Sunday, when they’re open from 6 AM to 4 PM only. Wildflour’s little sister will impress you with its wide variety of brunch plates, rice bowls, and pastries, not to mention its strong caffeine game. Try these pairings: Pastry Board (your choice of four pastries for the table or just for yourself, why not?) with Pistachio au Lait; Little Flour Breakfast (bacon steak, eggs, crispy potatoes, baguette) with Matcha Green Tea Latte; and Mushroom Bowl (seasoned with kecap manis and sambal) with Vietnamese Latte. For dessert, grab a bottle of Polvoron—yes, a bottle, which comes with a tiny spoon for scooping up all that powdery goodness.

Little Flour Café
G/F World Plaza Bldg.
4th Ave. cor. 31st St., BGC
(02) 777 7383


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Noor is a Mediterranean restaurant that optimizes all the flavors of the sprawling region. Think Roast Beef Carpaccio, Lamb Baklava, and Fish Kebab with Israeli Chopped Salad—and just imagine how good that spread sounds late at night. Open from 11 AM till midnight every day, Noor will satisfy your craving for roasted meat skewers, flaky filo pastries, and veggie-filled dishes. While most restaurants in Manila tend to serve veggies on the side, Noor puts the spotlight on vegetables with a solid lineup of salads, as well as the must-try deep-fried cauliflower. Noor is all about dishes for sharing, but we won’t be surprised if you finish it all by yourself.

Unit F133, Forbeswood Heights
Burgos Circle, BGC
(0956) 156 3426


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It’s a fact of life that everything tastes good when you’ve had X number of drinks. Your taste buds and tummy will thank you, though, if you go for the good stuff that’s perfect for pre- and post-game. 205 serves mouthwatering dishes like the Breakfast Pizza, Spinach and Burrata Risotto, and The Best Damn Mac and Cheese till 2 AM every day, except on Sunday when they close at midnight. They roll out the breakfast options from 10 AM to 4 PM and again from 11 PM to 1 AM, knowing just how good breakfast sounds at a sinful hour. For a good “mornight,” try the Beef Tapa or German Sausage, which both come with garlic rice and eggs, with a cup of coffee expertly brewed by the EDSA BDG-trained baristas.

C2, Bonifacio High Street
7th Ave., BGC
(02) 759 4827
(0917) 858 1942

Vatos Urban Tacos

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There are some things you just don’t mess with, and then there are some things that become twice as good when you do. At Vatos Urban Tacos, you get the best of Mexican and Korean food—we’re talking Kimchi Carnitas Fries, Korean Pork Belly Tacos, and Chorizo Kimchi Fried Rice. You can also build your own rice bowl with an assortment of Mexican and Korean ingredients, or go for the classic dishes if you’re in the mood for more traditional fare. Wash it all down with one of the Vatos Ritas, margarita served with an upside down bottle of cider or beer, or the Makgeolita, a tequila and makgeolli (Korean rice alcohol) cocktail that is as sweet as it is deadly. Vatos Urban Tacos is open till 1 AM on Fridays, 12 AM on Saturdays, 11 PM from Mondays to Thursdays, and 10 PM on Sundays.

Vatos Urban Tacos
G/F Net Park Bldg.
5th Ave., BGC
(02) 459 7009

Soru Izakaya

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Take a break from your usual Japanese favorites and try this izakaya where the food is almost too pretty to eat (almost!). Decorated with gorgeous, colorful swirls made of Japanese mayo, the plates are a work of art visually and gastronomically. Think dragon designs for the sushi plates, a fiery tower for the Lava Maki, and a web of deep-fried soft shell crabs for the Spider Maki. Open from 11 AM to 2 AM on Fridays and Saturdays and 11 AM to 11 PM the rest of the week, Soru Izakaya will satisfy your craving for everything from donburi and teppanyaki to ramen and even udon carbonara. For dessert, try the Rising Sun Takoyaki, which swaps the traditional savory ingredients for white and red velvet batter with cream cheese, ganache, marshmallows, and fresh fruits.

Soru Izakaya
Burgos Circle
Forbes Town Center, BGC
(02) 551 2488
(0917) 628 1604

Cocina Peruvia

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A concept restaurant by Chef Him Uy de Baron, this Peruvian place serves the classics: ceviche (comes in a variety of seafood types and fixings), anticucho (grilled skewers; try the beef heart), and arroz (fried rice with seafood or chicken, vegetables, and aromatics). For a filling and affordable main dish, go for the Pollo a la Brasa Set (chicken with chimichurri and salsa creole) or the Adobo Peruvia Set (pork belly with cream sauce and salsa creole), which both come with steamed rice, papas fritas, and iced tea. Cocina Peruvia is open every day from 11 AM to 3 AM.

Cocina Peruvia
G/F Bonifacio One Technology Tower
Rizal Drive cor. 31st St., BGC
(02) 955 9975

Good Earth Roasts

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If you’re looking for simple, reasonably priced food and drinks, just look for the Lan Kwai Fort sign at The Fort Strip. For years now, Good Earth Roasts has been serving up silogs, noodle soups, congee, wraps, and baos for the BGC workforce while most of the city sleeps. There’s also the Dynamite Cheezesticks, Tapa Tapa, and Sisig (Tofu, Mushroom, Chicken, or Half-Half of your choice) to go with their affordable—especially for BGC standards—beer by the bucket and cocktails by the jar. This chill, come-as-you-are resto bar is open till 4 AM from Fridays to Saturdays, 3 AM from Mondays to Thursdays, and 1 AM on Sundays.

Good Earth Roasts
The Fort Strip, 26th St., BGC
(02) 478 7924

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About Dyan
Dyan Zarzuela is a freelance writer, editor, and producer who dreams of living by the sea one day. You can find her on Instagram at @dyanzarzuela.

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