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Best Restaurants in Molito

Buona Vita Ristorante

(02) 519-3868

Craving for some pizza and pasta? Buona Vita is

your typical go-to Italian restaurant that serves
some of the most awesome dishes in town.
Foodies absolutely love the Ravioli Tartufo, Ai
5 Formaggi, Margherita and for dessert,
the Tiramisu and their Gelato.

Just Thai

(02) 808-4058

Just Thai is a homey restaurant

offering authentic Thai classics. Specialties
include Pad Thai, Kuai Tiao Neua, Gai Ob
Nai Toey and a lot more.

Melt Grilled Cheesery

As the restaurant name implies, a part of their

menu is singularly devoted to its label. Their
grilled cheese sandwich offerings include the The
Classic Melt, which is made with their house
blend mozzarella and cheddar cheese melted
between buttered grilled sourdough breads with
a creamy tomato puree and honey drizzle. You
may also go for their Bacon Mac and Grilled
Cheesy and Mushroom Parma Cheese Toast.

Ramen Yushoken

Foodies have been raving non-stop about this

ramen place down South! Ramen Yushoken is
said to serve authentic ramen based on the
recipes of Koji Tashiro, son of Japan’s Ramen
God, Yamagishi Kazuo. Must-orders are the Shio
Tonkotsu Ramen, Tantan-Men Tonkotsu
Ramenand a side order of their Aji-
Tamago and Gyoza. You can also visit
Mendokoro Ramenba in Legaspi Village–it’s
Yushoken 2.0 of Manila
Ice Flower
Ice Flower Snow Falling Korean Dessert Café, or
Ice Flower Café , is known for its bingsu
creations in several delectable flavors. Best-
sellers include Blueberry, Injeolmi, Black
Sesame and Mix Berry Yogurt. Another unique
twist to this place is that they actually have a
snow machine where you can create your own

Chairman Wang’s Prime Beef Noodle House

Chairman Wang’s specialize in Taiwanese

hand-pulled noodles, the ultimate comfort food
during rainy days! Must-try’s are the signature
dish, Chairman Wang’s Prime Beef Noodle, Smoked
Duck Breast Noodle, Dandan Mian Noodle
Soup, Fragrant Spicy Chicken and the Chilled
Almond Custard with Fresh Fruits for dessert!

Hermanos Taco Shop

Hermanos, which means ‘siblings’, is a Mexican

restaurant that is best known for authentic and
flavorful dishes such as the Carne Asada
Burritos, Taquitos, Carne Asada Chips, Beef
Tamales and more! There’s actually one branch
hiding at a gas station in San Juan.

Un Cuenca
This restaurant just opened a few months ago
and since then, people have been flocking down
South to get a taste of their very own, Pugon
Lechon Belly. Their chef, Ariel Manuel, is also the
man behind Lolo Dad’s success before it closed
down. Must-orders aside from the lechon are
the Squid Ink Rice, Lamb Kaldereta with
Dried Mangoes and Duck Adobo.
Yoree Korean Barbeque Dining
(02) 894-0440
If it’s authentic Korean cuisine that you’re looking for,
then you’ve come to the right place. Yoree is a high-
end casual dining restaurant that offers an extensive
menu, with some familiar-sounding dishes such as the
Bibimbap and Japchae, but they also have other
dishes that may be new to your palates. Must-try’s are
the Geranjjim, Haemul
Pajun, Samgyupsal, Jumulleok, and their pretty-
looking Soju Cocktail Pitcher.

Wooden Horse Steakhouse

Are you in the mood to gobble up some steak?
Wooden Horse Steakhouse has that rustic,
cowboy vibes that will get you excited even
before you get to see their menu. Must-orders
are the Ribeye Steak, Top Blade Steak, Baby Back
Ribs, Seafood Spaghetti and the Breaded Deep
Fried Shrimp.

The Nest: Dining in the Sky – Alabang

31/F Vivere Hotel, 5102 Bridgeway Ave. cor. Asean Dr., Alabang, Muntinlupa
(02) 771-7777
The Nest is a rooftop dining destination located in Vivere Hotel, Alabang. It’s
for romantic dates and fancy get-togethers with a great view of the
skyline. It’s not for those who only want a casual dining experience. We
recommend the Prime Angus Beef Tenderloin Steak, Mango Creme Brulee,
and their wide selection of cocktails.
Our insider tip: Looking to have a romantic breakfast date with a view? The
Nest opens as early as 5:30am.

Neil’s Kitchen – Westgate Alabang

Neil’s Kitchen is a modern Filipino restaurant by
Chef Neil Ramos and his partners that serves
dishes with a Pinoy twist. Before Neil’s Kitchen,
Chef Neil is best known for The Hills at Silang,
his catering business. It’s for weekend brunches
with the family. It’s not for sushi or pasta
lovers. We recommend their Sinigang and
Bagoong Paella (order in advance), Crab Fat
Palabok, Crispy Pork Dinuguan Fondue,
Escargot de Gata and Fried Suman,
Mangga’t Chocnut,
Our insider tip is that Neil’s Kitchen is also home
to My Father’s Bookstore, a curated Christian
bookstore by Ardy Roberto and Miriam Quiambao-Roberto.
Lot C701-704 Westgate Filinvest, Alabang, Muntinlupa
(02) 810-5017

Caviar Restaurant and Champagne Bar

Westgate Center, Filinvest City
0915 623 7277
11:30AM – 2PM, 5:30 Pm to 10 PM (M-Sat)
10 AM to 4Pm, 5:30 to 10:00 PM (Sunday)