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And The Most-Searched Restaurant In The Country Is...

Google Philippines knows what you craved for in 2014!

1. Project Pie
Project Pie is an “artisan-inspired, create-your-own-pizza” restaurant that opened last year. The Manila branch is the first international franchise of the US-owned company.

2. Tim Ho Wan
Popular for their TDF pork buns, Tim Ho Wan finally opened their first branch in the Philippines in May 2014 at the SM Megamall Fashion Hall. Pinoys love T.H.W. SO MUCH that you'll still spot long lines months after the launch. 

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Manila went crazy over IHOP—which stands for International House Of Pancakes—when it launched at The Fort in 2013. Well, it looks like Pinoys are still loving it even a year later, since it still made it to the Top 3 of this list!

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4. CaliBurger
An In-N-Out inspired burger joint, CaliBurger opened their first branch at the Century City Mall in February 2014. 

5. Vikings SM Megamall

Vikings is known for their mouth-watering buffet. Check out the franchise's newly opened branch in SM Megamall!

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6. Niu by Vikings

Pinoys love Vikings so much that they made the restaurant appear on the list twice! Niu by Vikings is a high-end branch of the buffet and is located at SM Aura. 

7. Buffet 101 Eastwood

If you're craving for sushi, fried chicken, and pasta all at the same time, visit this casual dining buffet and have your fill of multiple cuisines for less than P1,000 per head.

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8. Charaptor

Charaptor Barbeque offers grill-all-you can for only P390 with free juice. The restaurant is located in Makati.

9. La Vie Parisienne

La Vie Parisienne Manila is located at the ground floor of the Hotel Rembrandt in Tomas Morato.

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10. Kyochon
Kyochon is one of the newer additions to the double deep-fried chicken restaurants in Manila.


This list is based on the most-searched restaurants on Google in the Philippines. For the Year in Search, visit