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Makati Islands Philippines
Restaurant in Makati

Tony Roma’s Restaurant
Found at the ground floor of Glorietta 4 in Makati City, Tony Roma’s Restaurant is another excellent food service provider that offers great-tasting and authentic American cuisine. More than anything else, this place features in-house specialties such as Blue Ridge Smokies, Grilled Shrimp on a Skewer, and Marinated Boneless Breast of Chicken.

Dusit Thani
Located in the second level of Glorietta 3 Mall at the Ayala Center in Makati, Dusit Thani serves very affordable Thai cuisine. It has a casual dining atmosphere and the menu includes Thai cuisine favorites like curries, tom yum soup and chicken with lemongrass, to name a few.

Jin Go Gae
Jin Go Gae serves Korean cuisine and is located at 7862 Makati Avenue. It’s at the corner of Kalayaan and Makati Avenues in Makati City. Very much leaning to traditional Korean cuisine and tradition, they also serve an array of side dishes or appetizers that you can enjoy before your ordered food arrives.

Sorabol is available at the food court area of Greenbelt 3, Food Choices, in Ayala Center, Makati and also at Building B of SM Megamall in Mandaluyong, Manila. It serves Korean cuisine that’s fast-food and that has been tweaked just a bit to cater to the Filipino palate.

Kaya Korean Restaurant
A very famous in the metro wherein it has several branches. There’s four of it in Makati namely in Jupiter Street (Bel-Air Village), Power Plant Mall (Rockwell Drive), Glorietta 4 (Ayala Center), and Paseo Center (Salcedo Village). There’s one at The Podium in Ortigas Center and another one at Robinson’s Place in Ermita, Manila.

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