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Want To Dine Out This Holy Week? Here’s A List Of Restaurants That Are Open on March 29 to 31

It’s that time of year when Metro Manila’s heavy traffic and busy establishments rest for a while. While it’s also the season for prayer and reflection, it is also the best time to take advantage of the traffic-free streets and dine out in any of the city’s most popular restaurants.

Here’s our list of select restaurants open on Holy Thursday (March 29), Good Friday (March 30), and Black Saturday (March 31):

 

8 Cuts Burger

This popular burger place features eight cuts of beef in custom-blended patties that are freshly ground, hand-pressed, and seared to order.

 

 

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Cyma Greek Taverna

Cyma offers Greek food as interpreted by its Executive Chef Robby Goco, celebrating the fresh and healthy flavors of this part of the Mediterranean.

 

 

Shangri-La Plaza

Saturday, 11am - 9 pm

 

Din Tai Fung

This famous restaurant from Taiwan specializes in xiao long bao (steamed soup dumplings.) With branches all over the world, this Michelin star-awarded restaurant group is much admired, not just for its stellar menu, but for its consistently high quality standards.

 

 

 

Here are our store hours for Holy Week. See you for some Xiao Long Bao!

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Green Pastures

This farm-to-table restaurant champions local and organic produce, with nearly all of its menu items homemade, MSG, and chemical free.

 

 

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Shangri-La Plaza

Saturday, 11 am - 9 pm

 

Ippudo

This Japanese import brings true and authentic ramen to Manila, with much effort put into producing the highest quality broth, noodles, and other ingredients.

 

 

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Manam

Manam serves a wide variety of Filipino dishes, both timeless classics and modern renditions, available in servings of various sizes.

 

 

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Ooma

This restaurant tweaks traditional Japanese flavors to create bold, new renditions that play to the modern day palate. Ooma has been winning over diners with its delightful and playful taco maki and aburi maki.

 

 

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Wildflour Café + Bakery

From its beginnings as a neighborhood café and bakery in 2012, it has grown into one of the busiest restaurant chains in Metro Manila, known for its topnotch brunch and bistro dishes and freshly baked breads and pastries.

 

 

 

 

Rockwell Center, Salcedo Village, and Legaspi Village

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 5 am - 12 am

 

The Podium

Saturday, 12 noon - 9 pm

 

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