10. Vapor Hookah Lounge’s Nachos
Nachos usually always have cheese on them, but the nachos at Vapor Hookah Lounge have an insane amount of cheese on them! You know how you usually eat nachos and then you eventually run out of toppings and the poor nachos at the bottom end up getting left on the place because they no longer have any toppings on them? That doesn’t happen at Vapor. The monstrosity of cheese on these babies will never leave you wanting for more cheese. Vapor also happens to be the only hookah lounge in the South! Definitely well worth the visit!
Address: 71 Aguirre Ave. BF Homes, Parañaque
Read our full feature on Vapor Hookah Lounge here: Vapor Hookah Lounge: The Perfect Place to Catch Up, Have Dinner and Even Host Parties
9. Borough’s Grilled Cheese
Borough is known to provide New York City comfort food. If grilled cheese happens to be your comfort food of choice, then you will love the Grilled Cheese at Borough. The cheese in Borough’s Grilled Cheese is so intensely cheesy, it can be compared to a pizza. The photo itself really says it all.
Photo from Borough’s Facebook page via @socialightph on Instagram.
Address: G/F The Podium, 12 ADB Ave, Mandaluyong, Philippines
8. Mateo’s Restaurant Cafe’s Baked Oysters
Most of the cuisine at Mateo’s Restaurant Cafe is Spanish-Filipino, but then they have these deliciously cheesy baked oysters that we absolutely cannot get enough of! If you’re a fan of oysters, you need to try the ones at Mateo’s. They’re great, whether you sprinkle a bit of lemon juice on them or not.
Photo from Mateo’s Facebook page.
Address: 54 N.Domingo Avenue, Barangay Horseshoe, Quezon City, Philippines
7. Gino’s Brick Oven Pizza’s Summer Salad with Burrata
Trying to be a little healthier, but your friends always want to have pizza? Invite them to enjoy some brick oven pizza at Gino’s Brick Oven Pizza and order a salad for yourself – a Summer Salad with Burrata, that is. This summer salad of Gino’s consists of burrata, greens, dalandan dressing, prosciutto, and parmigiano reggiano. It will change your view of salads completely.
Photo from Gino’s Facebook page.
Address: 2F 341 Katipunan Ave. Loyola Heights QC (above mercury drug), 1108 Quezon City, Philippines
6. Silantro Fil-Mex Cantina’s Silantro’s Quesadillas
Silantro Fil-Mex Cantina caters to people who want to enjoy good Mexican food with a Filipino twist without spending too much money. Yes, Silantro is insanely affordable. You can go there when you’re on a budget and you will always come out feeling full. If you love cheese, then Silantro’s Quesadilla’s are a must-try. These soft and warm tortillas oozing with cheese and all the good stuff taste like perfection when dipped in their salsa verde. Their burritos are really good, too!
Address: 75 East Capitol Drive, Kapitolyo, Pasig City, 1603 Pasig, Philippines
5. Cyma Restaurants’ Saganaki
Cyma doesn’t just provide great food, but also aims to nurture the soul and the spirit. The cheesiest thing on their menu? Something that just screams ‘cheese’: the Saganaki. This dish may sound simple as it is only made with two ingredients and can be ready in less than 10 minutes, if it doesn’t have any seafood in it, but it is a true eye-opener. Basically, it’s fried cheese!!! The cheese lover in me is now drooling!!!
4. Dyce N Dyne’s Legendary Grilled Cheese Sandwich
While most people visit Dyce N Dyne to enjoy board games with their friends and family, their food – all named after board games, by the way – should definitely not be overlooked. Their Legendary Grilled Cheese Sandwich, in particular, is – as its name suggests – legendary. In case you’re wondering, the sandwich is named after the cooperative 2-5 player “Marvel Legendary” game where you get to choose your favorite Marvel Comics Superheroes to save the world against the masters of evil!
Address: Unit 3 Elements @Rosemarie Building, Pasig Blvd – across SeaOil
Twitter / Instagram: @dycendyne
Read our full feature on Dyce N Dyne here: 5 Reasons Why I Keep Coming Back to Dyce N Dyne
3. Tunnls’ Margerita Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Tunnl is a restaurant and bar where you can always enjoy great music and great company. You can also enjoy a great Margerita Grilled Cheese Sandwich made of crispy buttery toast and filled with tomatoes, basil, and gooey mozzarella goodness. This dish is perfectly matched with their house-made roasted tomato soup. Bringing back childhood memories, this dish is comfort food perfection.
Address: 2230 UPRC 1 Building, Chino Roces Avenue, Makati City, 1231 Makati, Philippines
2. Tipsy Pig Fort’s Yellow Submarine Burger
Intense cheese lovers like myself will die and go to cheese heaven when they try this unique burger that literally swims in HOT CHEESY sauce with bacon bits and caramelized onion. Once you sink your teeth into this, there is no going back. You will keep coming back to Tipsy Pig Fort for more – trust me. This is the stuff that cheese lovers are meant to live on!
Forbes Town Road, Burgos Circle, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
Read our full feature on Tipsy Pig Fort here: 5 Really Good Dishes at Tipsy Pig BGC
1. Spiral’s Cheese Room
Probably the most must-visit place for a cheese lover in Manila, though, is Sofitel’s Spiral buffet. Why? Because Spiral has an entire room just filled with cheese waiting for you to come take your pick and devour them. Without fail, every time I eat at Spiral, I hit the cheese room first. It smells and looks exactly what I imagine cheese heaven would look like. The best part is that you won’t get sick of the cheese because you’ll have a ton of other sumptuous international dishes at your beck and call once you leave the room – if you ever leave it, that is.
Photo from Spiral Manila’s Facebook page.
Did we miss any uber delicious cheese dishes in Manila? If so, share them with us! We might just do a part two! :D
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