Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Out of the Mall Places to Eat in Makati

I'm guessing that most people have already tried out Restaurants and Food establishments inside the malls, so I have come up with a compilation of worthy places to eat along the streets of Makati.

1. Mr. King Kebab along Vito Cruz Ext. Baranggay La Paz
They serve authentic Indian and Pakistani Food.  The Biryani Rice with Chicken Curry and Samosa are my favorite.

2. 8065 Estrella Street, San Antonio Village
You'll be surprised on how many ways to eat Bagnet with their selections.  Fish option is also available and the price, very reasonable.  The place gets packed during meal time so be prepared to wait to get seated.

3. Aling Sosing's Carinderia, Dian St. Cor. Zobel Roxas, Palanan
It was an episode of Travel time with Susan Calo Medina that made me look for the place years back.  They are known for their home cooked meals and the Bulalo.  It only takes a few hours for them to sell out so better come early.

4. Gulli Village Cafe and Purple Oven located in front of Sacred Heart Parish in San Antonio Village.  The paella at Gulli takes time to prepare, 30 minutes at least.  I suggest you order in advance, attend mass and feast after.  Just hop next door to Purple Oven for Dessert.

5. Top Meal Foodhauz along Villena St. is among the Ang Pinaka List for places to eat in Makati.  They are known for their Bicolano dishes.

6. Kitchen Knight along Sampaloc Street in San Antonio Village.  They deliver meals for the night owls or those who have midnight cravings.  They have a variety of rice meals and their cupcakes are too cute to eat.

7. Patpat's Kansi also along Sampaloc Street near the corner of Kamagong Street.  They have grilled items but is known for the Kansi, a slightly sour version of Beef Nilaga.

8. Som's near Rockwell.  They serve authentic Thai dishes, and grilled items at night.

9. Suzu Kin along Kamagong St.  Visit the place for your Japanese craving.  The set meal is a value for money.  On rainy days, my favorite is the Nabiyaki Soba.

10. Wingman, The Collective along Malugay St.  They have shoestring fries to compliment the wings that comes in different flavors.  They also serve a mean burger and salads.

11. Romulo Cafe .  The interiors might be intimidating to some, but the price is very reasonable and the modern twist to Filipino classics are a must try.

12. Buddy's along Kalayaan Avenue.  Straight forward  Filipino classics are their specialties.  My favorite is the Pancit Habhab, Dinuguan and Lechon Paksiw.

13. Pino and Pipino along Jupiter St.  l.aing Stuffed Crispy Pata is my favorite among many others.  The Chicken Binakol with Buko Strip and ripe papaya is perefct for the rainy day.  Pipino, the vegetarian counterpart is a must for the health conscious.

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