Muntinlupa’s Fresh Take on Restaurants (Eat)

calendar_todayMarch 29, 2022
account_circleJanine Daquio

It is surely expected that Manileños know the improvement of Muntinlupa city. Now known as the Emerald city because of how much it improved, the restaurateurs are already aware on where to put up their food businesses armed with exciting concepts.

Restaurants in Alabang Town Center

Alabang Town Center or known as ATC for short, is one of the frequented shopping places in the area. If you are one of the people who hang out more often in Alabang Town Center, here’s the best restaurants to try.

Abe Restaurant

Do you still want to go for Filipino cuisine but served in gourmet style? Abe Restaurant that serves Kapampangan dishes is the right one for you.

Must-try: Kare-kare, Gising-gising, Suam of Fresh Corn


A Fil-Mex cuisine that foodies surely love as the palate is tweaked for Filipinos taste buds. Not just that, they offer big servings which are good for sharing!

Must-try: Beef Nachos, Silantro Paella Fajita Mix, Caliente Wings


Cooked in a wood-fire oven, the pizza you’ll eat here is definitely one of the things that should be ticked off on your foodie list! Get to know how New York pizza and Neapolitan pizza tastes like.

Must-try: Prosciutto Di Parma, and Truffle Honey and 4-cheese Pizza

Westgate Alabang Restaurants

Westgate is one of the projects of Filinvest, a real estate developer, that is built for high-end markets. Definitely these people would search for restaurants that would satisfy their cravings! Check out the recommended restaurants below.

Neil’s Kitchen

One of the most popular restaurants in Westgate Alabang is on this list, for sure. Neil’s Kitchen with a black, white, and yellow interiors are not just the thing to be remembered but also their Filipino dishes with a modern touch.

Must-try: Sinigang Paella with Grilled Pork Belly, Boneless Chicken BBQ with Java Rice, The Fried Suman with Mangga and Choconut


Before we dive deeply on the recommended Japanese restaurants in Muntinlupa, here’s one nested in Westgate Alabang – Butamaru. “Buta” means pig in Japanese so expect a pork-based ramen here!

Must-try: Shoyu Ramen, Tantanmen,

Japanese Restaurants in Alabang


Do you want to experience your okonomiyaki and dishes being prepared in front of you while dining in? Dohtonbori should be your go-to place!

Must-try: Deluxe okonomiyaki, Yakiniku


As people are raving that this is the best ramen in town, we sure don’t want to miss this out. They also offer off-menu or what they call a secret menu.

Must-try: Ebi Tonkutsu (off menu), Karaage, Shoyu

Fine-dining Restaurants in Alabang

The Black Pig

A popular spot for romantic dinner, The Black Pig’s myriad of food options is perfect for your date. There’s vegetarian and vegan food choices, wine, craft cocktails, charcuterie board, and more as their menu is tweaked every now and then to offer the diners irresistible food!

Must-try: Rack of Lamb, Beef Fillet with Marrow


Experience the taste of Greece here at Akrotiri restaurant. Always expect veggies, fish, and olive oil for Mediterranean cuisine.

Must-try: seafood tagliatelle, moussaka, wagyu skirt steak

If you have been counting calories, consider Salad Bowl located in Molito.

Caviar Restaurant and Champagne Bar, Best Fine Dining Restaurants

Make that caviar dinner dream come true here at Caviar Restaurant and Champagne Bar. Expect a modern European dining-in experience as the brainchild behind this is Frank van Der Walle who was a chef in Europe for 8 years. If you want that ultimate fine-dining experience, this is definitely the place.

Must-try: Caviar dishes, Escargot Aux Truffles, Smoked Salmon

Melo’s Steakhouse

The first restaurant in the Philippines that offers Certified Angus Beef is definitely on this list.

Must-try: Japanese rib-eye, wagyu beef, lobster

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