The Best of BGC: Food Around the World

March 23, 2017

The Best of BGC: Food Around the World

Here’s a field guide to BGC of some of the best places to sate your cravings!

 

1. Italian: Va Bene Pasta Deli

Va Bene means “it’s good” in Italian and it’s only fitting. It has been named one of Manila’s best Italian restaurants too many times because this resto is literally a heaven for all pasta lovers. They serve handmade pasta dishes everyday. Try the best sellers Black Ink Tagliolini and Organic Eggs Tagliatelle.

 

2. Taiwanese: Din Tai Fung

We finally have the best of Taiwan in Manila shores! Known for Taiwan’s best Xiao Long Bao, Din Tai Fung is now fulfilling our Chinese food cravings! Get your Xiao Long Bao fix, Sweet & Sour pork and more!

 

3. Japanese: Ooma

Add a dash of Japanese  sophistication on your weekend dinner at Ooma! Get rolls and katsu’s in flavorful twists - with coconut sauce, steak flavors and more!

 

4. Filipino: Kartilya

Pinoy comfort food at its finest. Kartilya offers deconstructed Pinoy favorites dishes using only the best local produce. Nothing beats the flavorful Bistek, Liempo in four cheese and more! You wouldn’t mind ordering an extra rice, tbh.

 

5. American: Texas Roadhouse

Bringing the promise of quality steak from Texas to Manila, Texas Roadhouse is a must-visit for steak lovers! Freshly cut meat are on display everyday for you to choose from! As if steaks are not enough, their side dishes, ribs and seafood offerings are really great, too!

 

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