Recommendation by Elaine Carag
When we want to binge on Filipino food, this is where we go. Make sure to order the House Crispy Sisig and Sinigang na Beef Short Rib & Watermelon! Polish off your meal with my personal favorite on the dessert menu: Puto Bumbong.
Filipino · Easier with a Car · Take a Taxi · Flexible · Recommended - Good Drinks · Recommended - Good Food · Famous · Value for Money · Attentive Staff · Big Family · Big Groups · For Two · Small Groups · Solo · Young Family
Level 1, Greenbelt 2, Ayala Center, Greenbelt, Makati City, Philippines
2 months ago
No Words... Must Try Everything On The Menu ❤️ Their Rockwell Branch is more colorful 😊 go take those pictures
7 months ago
Our team's fave Filipino restaurant. We dined here multiple times. I love their Ube Sago shake and ube bibingka! But i didnt know that they have ube champorado!!! 😲 how can i miss that 😂 well maybe next time that will be my order 💜 #ubestsagoshake #ubechamporado #ubebibingka 📷:instagram/manamph
a year ago
Sate your appetite at Manam on Filipino comfort food, where all the classics are in perfect attendance: adobo (pork stewed in soy sauce and vinegar), sinigang (pork in a sour soup), sisig (minced pork offal), and so many more. Their dishes are available in various sizes, so you can opt to share. Maybe go on a double date or triple date, even! It’s always merrier the more around the table at Manam. They’ve also been a bit playful with their menu. Manam’s Sinigang with Watermelon and Beef Short Ribs is a curious creation, but they make it work! Simply put, it’s just really good Filipino food.
a year ago
Manam’s House Crispy Sisig is the ideal introduction to the sizzling delicacy. You get all the original scrumptiousness, sans the challenge of eating pig’s face and offal. Every spoonful is packed with chicharon (pork cracklings), garlic, onions, ginger, and chili peppers, making for a flavorful and well-textured bite. Pair it with a cup of steaming hot garlic rice, and you’ve got a dangerously addictive combo!
a month ago
My friend told me that their craft beer is the best. I’ll update this list once I tried it there!
6 months ago
Locavore is known for its modern take on Filipino cuisine, making use of locally grown and produced ingredients in every single dish they prepare. Probably one of their most popular entrées is the Sizzling Sinigang, which features an unusual spin on the classic Filipino sour soup. Served on a sizzling plate, it consists of beef short ribs, sauteed french beans, sampaloc gravy (tamarind gravy, instead of the traditional broth), and garlic confit. They also have great appetizers, including a Filipino Street Food Platter and Singkamas (turnips), Mangga (mango), and Bagoong (fermented shrimp paste). It’s best to reserve a table beforehand as the restaurant gets packed, especially during lunch and dinner time.
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