Here's Your Definitive Guide to Restaurants at MITSUKOSHI BGC

Say "Konnichiwa" to these food haunts, both open and soon-to-open.

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(SPOT.ph) Since its soft-opening last November, hoards of people have been attracted to the newest mall in the BGC area—MITSUKOSHI Mall. Yes, the Japanese mall has caused quite a ruckus in the Metro's lifestyle scene with its promise of a taste of Japan right in Manila. Aside from shopping for cool Japanese finds at this spot, many people are also interested in the food scene the newcomer has to offer. We mean, come on, what's a day out without some grub? And while there are already establishments open at Mitsukoshi, there is still a lot coming up in the next few months. So to help set your expectations when you visit this BGC haunt, we've compiled a list of restaurants open and coming soon to the MITSUKOSHI Mall.

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Here are the restaurants currently open at MITSUKOSHI Mall:

Avocadoria

Avocadoria
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Decadent, sweet, and all-natural  Avocado-based food and drinks.

Bad Bird

Bad Bird Table Spread
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Bad Bird is known for their umami-rich fried chicken and their wide array of complementing sides.

Beard Papa's

Beard Papa's Cream Puffs
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Sweet and creamy Japanese cream puffs and bread.

Ben's Cookies

Ben's Cookies
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Chewy chocolate cookies made with chocolate chunks, not chips. 

Bizu Patisserie

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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: French pastries, macarons, cakes, and other desserts.

Boo Koh

Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Juice.

Bread Talk

Bread Talk Floss Bread
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: A wide variety of bread, both sweet and savory. It's most famous for its introduction of bread with Floss to the market. Check out their MITSUKOSHI Mall store for branch-exclusive Japanese bread. 

Butternut Manila

Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Cakes, sweets, and desserts.

Cafe Dolci

Cafe Dolci Danish
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Location: Basement 1/Mitsukoshi Fresh
What it's known for: Cafe Dolci serves a wide array of pastries, from danishes and macarons to chocolate bonbons. They also serve artisanal gelato with vegan-friendly flavors too.

Chibo Okonomiyaki

Chibo Okonomiyaki
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Osaka's famous Japanese-style savory pancake called okonomiyaki.

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CoCo Ichibanya

Coco Ichibanya Table Spread
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: CoCo Ichibanya is famous for its Japanese-style curry rice meals. Among their best-sellers are the classic Pork Cutlet Omelette Curry and the Fried Chicken Omelette Curry.

Eric Kayser

Eric Kayser
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Artisan French bread, pastries, and sandwiches.

Fruit Club

Fruit Club Mitsukoshi BGC
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Fresh fruit juices and beverages.

Gong Cha

Gong Cha
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Gong Cha is known for its various milk tea and fruit tea offerings. Gong Cha also has Milk Foam, a creamy, sweet, and savory flavor balance, and whipped texture that is the perfect companion to their brewed teas.

Happy Lemon

Happy Lemon Drinks
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Location: 2nd Floor
What it's known for: Happy Lemon serves a wide selection of milk tea, citrus fruit teas, and other drinks. They also have the signature Salted Cheese foam add-on that adds a balance of salty flavors to their sweet milk teas.

Hey BBK

hey bbk Truffle Bacsilog Bowl pouring truffle sauce
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Coffee and fun Filipino eats such as Crispy Kangkong chips, Truffle Bacsilog bowls, fried chicken and bibingka , and many more.

Key Coffee

Key Coffee Mitsukoshi
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Location: Ground Floor
What it's known for: Key Coffee is one of Japan's oldest coffee roasters. They are known for their traditional Japanese coffee blends served in a cozy and relaxed atmosphere.

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Kinugawa

Kinugawa Sushi Rolls
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Japanese cuisine staples, specifically sashimi, maki, and sushi.

Kitchen by CBTL

Kitchen by CBTL
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf's signature drinks and coffee with additional savory meals and pastries made from their open kitchen.

Kurimi Milk Tea Bar

Kurimi Milk Tea Bar
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: 
Aesthetic, 2D-style, monochromatic, bubble tea shop.

Kurimu 

Kurimu Ice cream
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: A wide variety of Japanese ice cream flavors.

Lam Mein

Lam Mein Congee
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Chinese noodles and soup from the same parent company as Lam's Kitchen in BGC.

Lam's Table

Lam's Table Dimsum
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Cantonese dim sum from the same parent company as Lam's Kitchen in BGC.

M Bakery

M Bakery, Mitsukoshi
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: The Famous New York City Magnolia Bakery is known for its decadent sweet treats and pastries. Must-tries include the Banana Pudding and their wide-array of cupcakes.

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Manila Inasal

Manila Inasal Chicken Inasal
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Manila Inasal was formerly solely operating on a cloud kitchen basis. Their first brick-and-mortar stall in Mitsukoshi serves up their take on the famous grilled chicken dish from Negros. They also serve grilled pork belly, tuna, kansi, and other Negrense favorites.

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Med Modern Mediterranean 

Med Modern Mediterranean
PHOTO BY Instagram/ Medley Modern Mediterranean

Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Fresh Mediterranean Eats such as pita wraps, salads, kebabs, falafels, and many other quick bites.

Mendokoro Ramenba

Mendokoro Ramenba Makati Garlic Shoyu Ramen
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Location: Ground Floor
What it's known for: Creamy, savory, umami-rich bowls of ramen with tender and succulent grilled pork pieces. Their best-sellers include the Shoyo Ramen, Shio Ramen, and Tantanmen.

Mitsuyado Sei-men

tsukemen Mitsuyado Sei-men
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for:  Mitsuyado Sei-men is famous for Tsukemen, a.k.a. Japanese dipping ramen noodles. This dish involves serving cold noodles paired with a bowl of hot broth. You would dip the noodles into the soup and enjoy the toppings served on the side. 

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Nadai Fujisoba

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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Authentic Japanese buckwheat noodle dishes or soba.

Prologue 

Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Continental comfort food such as pizza, bread, pasta and coffee-based drinks

Ralph's Wines and Spirits

Ralph's Wines and Spirits
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: A place to shop for wines and other forms of alcohol.

Saboten Express

Saboten Express
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: 
The Original Tastes of Tonkatsu from Shinjuku, Tokyo, since 1966.

SENRYO

Location: 2nd Floor
What it's known for: Japanese fine dining, which includes a wide selection of sashimi, sushi, maki, noodles, and other Japanese classics.

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Tenya Express

Tenya Express Superstar tendon
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: 
Japanese fried food rice bowls such as tempura tendon and karaage don.

The Matcha Tokyo

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Location: Ground Floor
What it's known for: Matcha—the tea made with specially grown green tea leaves ground into a powder—is the star at The Matcha Tokyo. They boast a range of drinks and other treats using 100% organic matcha.

Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory

Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory Cheesecake
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Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory Is known for its decadent treats made from Hokkaido milk and the best cheeses from all over. Their best-sellers include cookies, cheesecakes, and ice creams with different creamy cheese flavors.

UCC Lifestyle

UCC Lifestyle
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Location: Mitsukoshi Fresh/ Basement 1
What it's known for:  A selection of coffee and espresso-based drinks. You may also purchase beans and other coffee brewing equipment from here.

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Restaurants that are going to open in MITSUKOSHI BGC:

EL Born

Location: 2nd Floor
What it's known for: Spanish cuisine.

Fukuhachi Takoyaki

Fukuhachi Japanese Dining rice bowls and ramen
PHOTO BY Facebook/ Fukuhachi Japanese Dining

Location: Basement 1
What it's known for: Japanese quick eats such as rice bowls, bento boxes, and other Japanese bites.

Giwon Korean Steakhouse

Location: 2nd Floor
What it's known for: Redefining the classic steakhouse but with a flair of Korean, Chinese, and Japanese fusion cuisine.

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Putien

Putien
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Location: 2nd Floor
What it's known for: A Michelin-starred Singaporean x Fujian Chinese restaurant

Ramen Nagi

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Location: 2nd Floor
What it's known for: Japanese ramen and light snacks such as gyoza and karaage. Best-selling ramen bowls include the Butao King, the Green King, and the Black King.

MITSUKOSHI Mall is at 8th Avenue, Taguig, Metro Manila. For more information, visit Mitsukoshi BGC's Facebook Page.

This list was compiled as of December 15, 2022. This list will be updated when there are new developments.

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