Greenbelt in Makati is a popular venue for hanging-out and entertainment, particularly for those that just came from their work to enjoy the night before the weekend. Some of the most popular venues are the many restaurants in greenbelt Makati.
The Best Restaurant in Greenbelt
There are many popular restaurants that can be found in Greenbelt Makati, and some of the most popular are as follows:
Almon Marina – One of the best international sandwich and grill restaurants in greenbelt Makati within the residences in Greenbelt Makati. Some of their popular menus include Kebab, Roasted Beef Sandwich, and some Gourmet Sandwiches. Budget can range from P200 to P499 Philippine Pesos.
Auntie Anne’s – A popular cakes and pastry restaurant in Greenbelt, Auntie Anne’s specialize in Pretzel Dog, The Original Soft Pretzel, Garlic Pretzel, Almond Pretzel, Sour Cream and Onion Pretzel, Sesame Pretzel, Cinnamon Sugar Pretzel, Caramel Dip, Light Cream Cheese Dip, and Old Fashioned Lemonade. The best about Auntie Anne’s is with its relatively lower budget of P199 and below unlike other restaurants found in the vicinity and in the Ayala center.
Baja Mexicana Cantina – A Mexican restaurant, the Baja Mexicaa Cantina specialize in many popular Mexican cuisine such as Carne Asad Burrito, Nachos with Spicy Salsa and Steak Quesadilla.
Banana Leaf – One of Banana Leaf’s many chains are also found in Greenbelt, particularly in Greenbelt 3. It is an Asian restaurant that specializes in Roti Canai, Chicken Satay, Deep Fried Pandan Chicken, Stir Fried Clams in Singaporean Chili Sauce, Stir Fried Clams in Thai Style Curry, Deep Fried Pomfret with Chili Sauce, Deep Fried Pomfret with Malayan Seafood Curry, Deep Fried Cod Fish and many more. Its budget can range from P200 to P499 Philippines pesos.
Barcino – There are two chains of Barcino found in Greenbelt, in Greenbelt 5 and 2. It is a Spanish restaurant that specializes in Wines and Spirits including Red Wine, White Wine, Sparkling Wine, Dessert Wine, Rose Wine, Sherry Wine, Sparkling Dessert Wine, South African Wine, Triangulos de Queso Frito and many more. Unlike other restaurants found in the vicinity, Barcino is a bit high-profile with its expensive wines that can range from P500 to P999 Philippine Pesos.
Binalot – A popular Filipino restaurant, Binalot specialize in popular Filipino delicacies such as their Bopisticated, Love Me Tenderloin Tips, Pork Bongga Longganisa, Vivo Tocino, Tapa Rap Sarap, Sisig na Makisig, Bistek Walastik, Pride Tilapia and many more. For more information visit to our site at http://www.ayalaland.com.ph/Jessica De Luna is a full-time engineer working in a prestigious real estate corporation in the Philippines. But other than her work in real estate, she had also spent her time writing articles about the real estate industry of the Philippines, from houses and condominiums, to office buildings and commercial spaces.