The holy week is almost upon us and despite many heading over to the party beaches or to some out of town vacation, there are those of us who will be staying in Manila, which turns into a ghost town this time of year. So to help out those staying in town, here’s a list of 10 restaurants that will stay open throughout the coming holidays.
10. Seafood Island
I see food, and it’s fresh seafood!
Location: UP Ayala Technohub. Brgy. UP Campus, Commonwealth Ave. Q.C.
9. World Class Persian Kebab
A famous go to place for Persian food. Persian Kebab gives you a bang for your buck. Read our feature of World Class Persian Kebab HERE.
Location: #1 E. Rodriguez Avenue (Corner Tomas Morato Avenue), Quezon City, Metro Manila
Home of the original barbecue chicken! The restaurant is open 24 hours. Read more about Aristocrat HERE.
Location: San Andres Street, Malate, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines
Location: W Global Center, 9th Avenue Corner 30th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
Breakfast food any time of the day. Recovery food also made it to WIM’s top 10 24 hour eats! (Click here for the full article)
Location: Bonifacio Global City, Molito, UP Town Center
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Chilli’s offers all american grub and even great and refreshing cocktails. Click here to read more about this restaurant.
Location: Alabang Town Center, Muntinlupa City
4. Ramen Yushoken
Known to be one of the best ramen spots in Manila!
Location: Molito, Madrigal Avenue, Alabang
3. Black Olive
Good food AND good drinks. Read WIM’s review here.
Location: Capitol Commons, Shaw Boulevard, Pasig City
Comfort food on the holidays sound like a good idea.
Location: 2nd Floor, B3, 9th Avenue cor. Lane P, Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City 1634 Taguig
1. Dyce N Dyne
Who says you can’t play games during a meal? This board game cafe is a definite must try. Great place to stay and play the day away with board games for Holy Week. More information on the Dyce N Dyne Facebook page.
Location: Unit #3 Rosemarie @Elements building Pasig Blvd, Pasig City (across SeaOil)
And there you have it, a few places you can grab some grub in Manila if you’re sticking around for a staycation or to enjoy the empty streets!
If you know of any more places open for the Holy Week break, kindly add them to the comments below for our other readers to see.