Char Siu Bao
Despite being tagged as a fine dining restaurant, Passion serves Cantonese dishes that are authentic and super sulit. If you’re looking for a snack, try their Steamed Barbequed Pork Buns (Char Siu Bao). Considered one of the best in the metro, these melt-in-your-mouth barbeque pastries are served in threes for only P199.
Craving for comfort food? Get your hotdog-and-booze fix at casual sports bar-slash-watering hole, Franks’! For only P250, you can get a Franks’ hotdog with your choice of either fries or onion rings. If you’re looking for more flavor, add Mexican cheese sauce, guacamole, sour cream, and jalapeño to your sandwich for just a few more bucks!
Yang Chow-Siomai Combo
From congee to noodles and dim sum to buns, Victoria Harbour Café offers a contemporary take on the flavors of Hong Kong. Take your bae or bestie for a filling meal of Yang Chow fried rice with Steamed Pork and Shrimp Dumpling (siomai) for only P380. The dining spot also offers free soup to wash down your hefty meal.
Everyone loves pizza, and Prosperity Court does this Italian favorite justice. Apart from serving some of the most innovative pizza creations we’ve ever seen (including the much talked about Chicken Pork Adobo Pizza with Kesong Puti), the restaurant also serves classics that are definitely worthy of anyone’s cheat day. Have yourself a pan of zesty Hawaiian (P430) or meaty Pepperoni (P420)!
Satisfy your sweet tooth with a dessert (or two!) at Café Maxims. The coffee bar and lounge offers exquisite cakes and pastries prepared by renowned chef Michael Lopez. They also have a wide selection of gelato flavors—from the classic French vanilla to the unique cookies biscottino—that is available in 50-gram (P150) and 100-gram (P275) servings. Made with the finest ingredients sourced locally and abroad, this sweet treat is sure to keep you cool this summer!
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