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Philippine Tatler Best Restaurants - - INTERNATIONAL -

WHY GO

For the warm wel­come given to a friend, for the su­perb ser­vice re­served for roy­alty, for the great buf­fet spread pre­pared for the most dis­crim­i­nat­ing palate.

TATLER TIPS

Pre­pare to be pam­pered by staff who deftly sec­ond-guess your needs; but even if you feel their warmth, bet­ter bring along a wrap or a light jacket as the air-con­di­tion­ing can get a de­gree too cold. Se­lect a ver­sa­tile bot­tle of wine and then work your way through the ex­ten­sive ar­ray of cuisines and dishes in this spa­cious restau­rant. Start with the fresh seafood or the Ja­panese sushi bar; con­tinue with the laksa, then the pasta and the pizza. Sam­ple the In­dian, Filipino, and Chi­nese dishes but wher­ever your palate takes you, save the best for last: the roast beef with all the sid­ings.

In­dian cui­sine PHP 1,500-1,999 PER PER­SON PRI­VATE ROOMS

Ja­panese sec­tion

Grilled sec­tion

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