Old Manila

Philippine Tatler Best Restaurants - - MODERN EUROPEAN/GRILL -


Old Manila is per­haps one of the old­est and classi­est fine din­ing restau­rants in town and will never fail to im­press. El­e­gant, the restau­rant fea­tures mod­ern in­te­ri­ors and con­tem­po­rary paint­ings paired with great food and out­stand­ing ser­vice.


Guests are guided though the menu. A spe­cial menu for busi­ness or social lunches can be ar­ranged. The wine list is also com­pre­hen­sive and so­phis­ti­cated, so feel free to ask for rec­om­men­da­tions. The beef con­sommé with wagyu beef is an ex­pe­ri­ence— the smell and blend of herbs and spices are over­whelm­ing (pre­pared on the ta­ble in a per­co­la­tor). For the main course, the Aus­tralian veal rib-eye and the or­ganic At­lantic salmon are a must-try. For shar­ing and want­ing some­thing light to eat, the baked sea bass in salt crust is the dish to con­sider.

Pan-seared foie gras, yel­lowfin tuna, caramelised ap­ple, and pick­led ginger

Lob­ster bisque, slip­per lob­ster, red gam­bas, and clams

Fresh 'vendee' squab, beet­root, rat­tle potato, and hazel­nut

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