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Aracama

Chef Fernando of Aracama pays homage to Filipino regional cuisine, fusing it with novel ingredients to come up with a menu of fresh and inspired dishes worth coming back for.

Cheerful and modern interiors greet the lunch crowd with inviting warmth, while velvet drapes and a dazzling open-air terrace view overlooking the dynamic BGC skyline entertains the evening crowd.

Contact Info

Aracama
Unit C, The Fort Entertainment Center,
Global City, Taguig
(02) 519-6815
0917 861 2702

Redemption Hours:
Valid daily (Monday-Sunday)
11AM to 2PM (Lunch)
6PM to 11PM (Dinner)

Filipino bar chow at its most fundamental best.

The Tokwa at Baboy, with the ensemble Fried tofu and pork chunks, swimming over a soy sauce-vinegar mix, topped off with onions and some chilli, this is Filipino bar chow at its most fundamental best.

Lynne
Lynne-enroute.com

The cream puff dough balls with dulce de leche were divine

I thoroughly enjoyed the fried suman, with a surprising hint of ginger kicking it up a notch. The cream puff dough balls with dulce de leche were divine, and I could have eaten a dinner’s worth of these. They might just surpass Aracama’s famous choc-nut ice cream as his best creation yet.

Clinton Palanca
Philippine Daily Inquirer

dining with Chef Fern is not complete without sampling Chocnut Ice Cream

The experience of dining with Chef Fern is not complete without sampling Chocnut Ice Cream which is actually his original creation that spawned many imitations from ice cream makers.

Contributor
When In Manila

Aracama by far has to be the best Filipino restaurant in Metro Manila at least

Aracama by far has to be the best Filipino restaurant in Metro Manila at least. Filipino food is greasy but Aracama serves them with less of it. I do not find it pricey considering the quality of food, service and ambiance.

ManilaBoy2013
TripAdvisor