Makati City is one of PETA's Top 10 Vegan-Friendly Cities in Asia
The financial district has everything from vegan ice cream to vegan lechon.
(SPOT.ph) Makati City may be known as Metro Manila's financial district, but the bustling city is also home to many new restaurants and rising food hubs like Poblacion and Legazpi Village. And this year, the city just got recognized for being vegan-friendly too! Makati City ranked fourth in PETA's Top 10 Vegan-Friendly Cities in Asia.
Makati's spot on the list is definitely well-deserved with the wide variety of vegan restaurants you can try out in the area like Greenery Kitchen, which serves traditional Pinoy dishes vegan-style, like bopis, adobo, and sisig. Vegans who are into Asian cuisine should check out Wabi-Sabi Noodle House and Vegetarian Grocery, which offers ramen with vegetarian "meat" and a "meaty" bahn mi sandwich. If you're looking for Mexican grub, Charlie Does Manila serves winning vegan tacos that you can pair with local draft beers. There's also Corner Tree Cafe, which has an extensive menu that runs from starters to dessert, all vegan of course. Whether you've been vegan for a long time or are new to the lifestyle, you definitely won't run out of dining options in Makati.