8 restaurants to try in Taguig


Posted at Jun 26 2014 10:16 AM | Updated as of Jun 27 2014 02:31 AM

MANILA – Looking for a place to eat in Taguig? Here are some dining establishments that are worth a visit.

Black Sheep

Black Sheep at the Bonifacio Global City takes a modern approach to local flavors. But unlike most restaurants which have a la carte options, Black Sheep only offers full-course set menus.

Watch our feature on Black Sheep here.

Hungry Hound

Hanger Steak and Chips at Hungry Hound. Photo by Karen Flores, ABS-CBNnews.com

Young chef Mikko Reyes gives his spin on pub food favorites as he joins the team of Hungry Hound, which is located at the Globe Tower in Bonifacio Global City.

Hungry Hound’s menu is pretty straightforward, with each dish drawing attention to its flavor profile.

Read our feature on Hungry Hound here.

Malcolm’s Deli

Malcolm’s Stack. Photo by Vladimir Bunoan, ABS-CBNnews.com

Malcolm’s Deli, which has been around since 2009 at the ground floor of Fairways Tower, has tweaked its concept to highlight its retail space which has artisanal offerings.

But as a restaurant, Malcolm’s earns top marks on its own. For instance, its much talked-about dish is the Stack Buttermilk Pancakes, which could well be the best in town.

Read our feature on Malcolm’s Deli here.

Niner Ichi Nana

Bespoke cocktails at Niner Ichi Nana. Photo by Karen Flores, ABS-CBNnews.com

While it is not exactly a restaurant, Niner Ichi Nana is a must-visit for its ingenious cocktails served in a relaxed environment.

Niner Ichi Nana offers a condensed version of items served at its sister restaurant, Hungry Hound, which is just next door.

Read our feature on Niner Ichi Nana here.

Olive Tree Kitchen and Bar

Baked Meatballs at OKTB. Photo by Sandra Ladignon-Pilobello for ABS-CBNnews.com

OKTB, which stands for Olive Tree Kitchen and Bar, is the new Italian restaurant of The Goose Station’s Chef Rob Pengson at Bonifacio High Street.

The restaurant features nouveau Italian cuisine in a modern but relaxed atmosphere.

Read our feature on OKTB here.

Phat Pho

Phat Pho’s Pho Bo Vien. Photo by Karen Flores, ABS-CBNnews.com

Vietnamese noodle shop Phat Pho of the Abaca Group in Cebu has been brought to Manila by The Moment Group, the same company behind restaurants such as ‘Cue, BurgerBar, 8Cuts and Namnam.

The menu of Phat Pho may be small and tight like its interiors, but the items here deliver big flavors. The stars of the show here are the Vietnamese noodle soups or pho, which are available in small and large portions.

Read our feature on Phat Pho here.

Silk Road

Thai Ravioli at Silk Road. Photo by Vladimir Bunoan, ABS-CBNnews.com

Curious about Nahm, which was named best restaurant in Asia early this year? Then head to Silk Road, a modern Thai concept at the Bonifacio Global City which was inspired by the acclaimed restaurant in Bangkok.

Dishes at Silk Road are gorgeously plated, highlighting the vibrant colors of the ingredients. Although it serves popular dishes such as Pad Thai, the restaurant also offers unique items such as Thai Ravioli and Foie Gras Makham.

Read our feature on Silk Road here.


Wagyu Carpaccio at Vask. Photo by Jeeves de Veyra for ABS-CBNnews.com

Hidden in the fringes of Bonifacio Global City, the Spanish restaurant Vask has been hailed as the metro’s top gourmet destination.

At the helm of Vask is Chef J Luis Gonzalez, who was honed in the kitchens of the now defunct El Bulli and other top restaurants like El Celler de Can Roca, Mugaritz and Arzak.

Read our feature on Vask here.