5 restaurants to try in Greenhills
MANILA – Looking for a place to eat in Greenhills, San Juan? Here are five relatively new restaurants that are worth a visit.
Promising a healthier twist to the traditional Chinese hot pot, Huat Pot at P. Guevarra Street lets guests choose from four soup stocks, including a vegetarian option.
The restaurant offers a large array of ingredients from vegetables to meats, which include beef, pork, chicken and lamb. A sauce buffet also allows guests to concoct their own sauces to suit their personal tastes.
Read our feature on Huat Pot here.
Chef Robby Goco’s Munchtown at Promenade mall is a clever take on movie snacks that deserve to be appreciated in a sitdown environment.
The restaurant serves items such as chili dogs, burgers, burritos and fries, all with a gourmet twist.
Read our feature on Munchtown here.
Torch along Connecticut Street tweaks comfort food staples by combining different flavors – think gambas and pizza, burger and macaroni and cheese, and smoked salmon, truffle oil and sushi.
But unlike some comfort food restaurants in Metro Manila that enjoy a certain snob appeal (mainly because of its overpriced offerings), Torch is a family dining concept with a relaxed, unpretentious feel.
Read our feature on Torch here.
Wafu, located beside Gloria Maris in Greenhills, is known for its elegant interiors and well-presented dishes.
The Japanese restaurant’s menu is extensive, offering a variety of rolls, soups, salads, cold plates, grilled items and several entrees.
Read our feature on Wafu here.
Yumi Japanese Restaurant
Located at the mezzanine of the New Promenade in Greenhills, Yumi has a varied menu with a strong focus on sushi and sashimi.
The restaurant also has sexy, modern interiors highlighted by blown-up, extreme close-up images of mysterious Japanese women. From the dark earthenware to the pretty plating, Yumi offers plenty to feast your eyes on.
Read our feature on Yumi here.