Rappler's latest stories on restaurants in Metro Manila
You can now prepare Biggs' famous baby back ribs at home – just pop them in the oven or cook them over a grill
Stall #4 from The Grid joins the kit craze so you can enjoy tsukemen and ramen from the comfort of your own home
Glass shields for food stations, an order-all-you-can format – the popular buffet joint tweaks its operations as it prepares to open its doors to dine-in customers
Missing Ate Rica's Bacsilog? There are now 62 branches open for delivery and takeout
Can't go wrong with Japanese food! These local restaurants and home businesses are selling their sushi rolls and fresh sashimi for delivery.
After 8 years of service, the Japanese restaurant located along Katipunan Avenue has decided to 'pause' operations beginning Thursday, May 28
Hello Razon's halo-halo, pancit luglug, sizzling sisig, bulalo, and more! Check out the list of reopened branches here.
Now you can have Ippudo's bowl of ramen broth, noodles, chashu, and toppings delivered to your home from these 3 reopened branches!
For Catholics observing Lent, here are a few seafood options to consider for the Holy Week
With most of the city's restaurants closed until further notice, how will a month-long quarantine affect business?
You can get ready-to-cook pork BBQ and lumpia shanghai from Amber and still have their pichi-pichi delivered to your home
The ramen house's Makati branch is open for pick-up and delivery orders starting Wednesday, April 1 – and no, this is not an April Fool's joke
Check here for the list of partner establishments still available on the GrabFood app
Max's fried chicken now comes in boneless fillet form, lathered with Max's banana-worcestershire sauce in between two brioche buns
Perfect for pescatarians and observers of Lent!
Blue cheese lovers, this is for you!
Care for a 'Matinong Girlfriend?' Or would you rather have a scoop of 'Unresolved Issues' or 'Closure?'
(UPDATED) Aside from its upcoming Robinsons Galleria branch, the Japanese burger chain is opening in 6 more locations in 2020!
2019 was definitely a year of food for Manila's most rabid, patient foodies – the lines for these international food chains say it all
Dining out with the fam for noche buena? No worries! Here are 7 restos in the metro for you.
From chirashi don, cheese katsu curry, to garlic steak – Ooma has new dishes up their crazy sleeve, available starting Wednesday, October 2
What's new from Yabu? Curry Cheese Gyoza and a different kind of katsu curry!
Dessert cafe The Lost Bread reinvents a sweet childhood favorite
Get out of the city and into the Spanish countryside with ‘desayuno’ that blends Filipino and Spanish flavors perfect for your mornings
For people craving a taste of home
The restaurant opens its first Manila branch in Taguig
Not everything is closed for Holy Week! Bookmark this page to know where you can eat out.
A hole in the wall Korean resto serves up positively orgasmic cuisine