10 Scrumptious Food Revelations in Bonifacio High Street

When it comes to good food; the more, the merrier!


Bonifacio High Street is the epitome of passion and play. It has been continually surprising everyone in various ways—taking you outdoors, exposing you to functional art, and giving you new dining ideas you have got to discover and experience yourself. Whether you're into -- be it art, entertainment, shopping, or food -- you have a place here.

It bodes especially true for the surging establishments in Bonifacio High Street and these high quality restaurants are setting up shop in every corner, and some of the items on their menus will fill you up and blow you away. The trick, though, is to do your research—good food comes to those who are curious and ready to try everything!

So if you have the budget and the appetite for a food hunt, we suggest you check out 10 of Bonifacio High Street’s biggest food revelations:

1. Pan Roasted Foie Gras (P799) from Va Bene Pasta Deli
3rd floor, Central Square, Bonifacio High Street Central, Bonifacio Global City

If you’re up for a night of fine dining, it’s highly recommended that you start off with Va Bene’s version of the Pan Roasted Foie Gras. It comes with a serving of Portobello raviolo and onion marmalade, and is best experienced with a glass of Italian wine at hand.

Perfect for: Those who want to go gourmet on a Saturday


2. Grass Fed Beef Sirloin Steak Burger (P255) from Mad Mark’s Creamery & Good Eats
3rd floor, Central Square, Bonifacio High Street Central, Bonifacio Global City

Mad Mark’s flagship meal more than satisfies in terms of taste and serving (the dish comes with a hearty serving of locally grown potatoes). The steak is best cooked medium well, and don’t forget to ask for some of their best grilling sauces (roasted nut, cream mushroom, bootstrap steak sauce) to amplify your dining experience.

Perfect for:
A guys’ night out hunkering for an all-meat plate

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3. Vegan Cheese (P220) from The Wholesome Table
Upper Ground Floor, C3, Bonifacio High Street Central, Bonifacio Global City

Their cheeses, all served with sourdough bread, come from natural and organic sources and do not use any other processed ingredients. The Vegan Cheese is, in fact, dairy-free, made from tofu “ricotta” cheese and is topped with sweet onion jam and chili flakes.

Perfect for: Vegans, lactose intolerants, and lovers of anything-organic


4. Ebi Ten Soba (P260) from Nadai Fujisoba
B7, Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City

For once, a Japanese noodle shop that doesn’t serve ramen! The Ebi Ten Soba is being touted as Nadai Fujisoba’s premiere dish and it more than lives up to the hype—the tempura's thick, crunchy breading goes really well with their signature soba broth. The best part? Everything on their menu is budget-friendly.

Perfect for: Japanese cuisine lovers who aren’t really into the ramen fever

5. Miang Kham (P380) from Mango Tree
Lower Ground Floor, C3, Bonifacio High Street Central, Bonifacio Global City

The Thai phrase “miang kham” actually means “eating a variety of things in one bite,” and the dish delivers exactly that. Mango Tree’s signature appetizer consists of crispy coconut, savoury herbs with green bitter leaves, and tamarind sauce. You won’t find this anywhere else!

Perfect for: Foodies who want bits and pieces of everything in one serving


6. Bulgogi Jeongol (P595) from Sariwon
Upper Ground Floor, C2, Bonifacio High Street Central, Bonifacio Global City

The Bulgogi Jeongol is a boiling hot noodle casserole (made of Korean vermicelli noodles) with thin slices of beef, kimchi, and assorted mushrooms cooked at the table. Customers consider it a hearty and healthy stew that’s already a meal in itself.

Perfect for: Folks craving for comfort food on a rainy day

7. Fried Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich (P230) from Nolita
Upper Ground Floor, C2, Bonifacio High Street Central, Bonifacio Global City

Nolita, which is short for North of Little Italy, is known for serving big slices of New York-style pizza. The place’s hidden gem, however, is the Fried Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich -- it's sweet, oil-free, and is big enough for two. Even the restaurant owners claim it to be their favorite sandwich!

Perfect for: Figure-conscious people looking forward to their cheat day


8. Shrimp and Bacon Po Boy (P379) from Murray’s New Orleans
B6, Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City

The Shrimp and Bacon Po Boy consists of corn-meal crusted fried shrimps, smoked bacon, and fried oysters (all of which are sandwiched on a French Baguette), and it comes with a side of large-cut potato fries. Yum!

Perfect for: Seafood lovers who want to step up their sandwich game

9. King Prawns Creole Hollandaise (P595) from Lorenzo’s Way
Upper Ground Floor, C2, Bonifacio High Street Central, Bonifacio Global City

As you can see in the photo, one of Lorenzo's Way's signature dishes comes with a serving of buttered risoni and vegetables. One food blogger even wrote that the soft and buttery prawns alone are worth the visit, which says a lot about its taste and prestige.

Perfect for: People with sophisticated taste buds


10. Uni Pasta (P300) from Shingetsu
Ground Floor, Two Parkade, Bonifacio Global City

Considered as a fusion between Japanese and Italian cuisines, the Uni Pasta combines the rich texture and flavour of uni (sea urchin) in a creamy sauce atop spaghetti noodles. Think of it as your modern-day carbonara, Japanese-style.

Perfect for: Couples who always have a hard time deciding where to eat


For the ultimate foodies, you can still catch Bonifacio High Street's The Gastronomy Festival that began last April 10 and ends till April 26, Sunday! View more details here.

It’s a definite foodie’s treat when you go to Bonifacio High Street! Whatever you’re craving for, you’ve got a variety of amazing options and when it comes to good food; the more, the merrier indeed. After all that delightful food, time to burn some calories! (Tip: Go shopping in the various boutiques and malls in Bonifacio High Street.)

Visit Bonifacio High Street’s Facebook and plan your next food crawl!

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