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5 Restaurants In Makati – Discovering The Best Eateries In the Philippines' Financial Hub

The towering skyscrapers and the ability to come up with something new most commonly define Makati. The same goes to the meal aspect. Here we probe into the vibrant restaurant scene of Makati.



This is experience is designed for those living in the fast lane; this modern café places an emphasis on the Israeli food. Chaplin serves authentic Israeli dishes as well as local dishes. Dishes revolve around using fresh and real food to deliver a distinctive flavour. Ideal for anyone looking for the best in Israeli cuisine, the Falafels and Schnitzels at Chaplin are among the highlights. The restaurant is located in the Century City Mall and is close to hotels such as Berjaya Makati Hotel.


Holy Smokes BBQ

The quirkiness of the name aside, this joint specializes in authentic Texas styles BBQ. The twist in the tales is that every dish on the menu, be it the smoked briskets or the beef rib, is smoked by wood. The briskets at the Holy Smokes BBQ is cooked out of USDA certified Angus beef which is smoked for at least half a day. If you are conscious about your health, this is the last place you would want to be, but on the other hand, if you are a meat lover this is one of the first restaurants in Makati that you should visit. Holy Smokes BBQ is present in Poblacion.



The biggest luxury buffet chain, it has over nine branches all over the country. It is ideal for a visit with your friends and family, especially if there is a noteworthy event coming up. The prices are affordable, however, the restaurant does not have the hushed setting and laid back atmosphere that comes along with a typical hotel buffet. Featuring dishes from foreign cuisine as well as local cuisine, the buffet chain has some of the biggest dining areas in the country.


Top of the Citi by Chef Jessie

In the mood for French fine dining? Drop by on to the thirty-fourth floor on the city's Citibank Tower. Not only does the restaurant serve authentic French dishes, but they also allow you to savour a bird view of the thronging city. Of course, all of this comes at a cost, but when you have Chef Jessie presiding over the restaurant, you know you will be getting a memorable experience in return.



This eatery has been plying its trade in Makati for around twenty years. Over that long period, Shokuji has successfully cultivated a loyal fan base and established itself as the benchmark when it comes to Japanese cuisine in the city. Food aside, the patrons regularly praise the great service and acceptable prices. The fried dumplings at this restaurant are unrivalled while the Oyakodon deserves a shout out too. The preparation of dishes closely follows the traditional methods in order to deliver the original taste. Shokuji hosts an "All You Can Eat" promotion during the weekdays. The promotion goes on from 6 PM to 9 PM and warrants a visit if you are free.

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