This French restaurant is located at Forbes Town Center in Bonifacio Global City. You can still have a great time over hotdogs, fries and a soda, just like Vic Sotto and Pauleen Luna.
To prove that impressing your date is not directly proportional to emptying your wallet, we've curated seven date itineraries that won't put a dent in your pocket.
The task: create interesting date itineraries for Manila-based couples. Couples in the metro have plenty of options when dining on a budget (we're not even counting the awesome dishes we've encountered in carinderias and food courts).
End your date with a sweet note with a decadent Red Velvet Cheesecake.
Mario’s / 372 0360 or 415 3887 / 191 Tomas Morato Ave. Scout Gandia Quezon City When it comes to hotel buffets, Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila’s Spiral Buffet is on top of our list.
They have #Spice Up Spiral for Valentine’s, which involves 21 recipes for romance and wherein Spiral’s culinary artists will transform Spiral to a haven of 21 magical spices that are sure to enhance the flavors of your love life.
Sofitel Philippine Plaza / 551 5555 / Indulge in a five-course Valentine meal that starts with an Amuse Bouche of Bagnet Mini Sliders, thrice cooked pork belly in home made hoisin sauce layered with vegetable slaw and cilantro in a black charcoal bun.
The challenge: the dates should not cost more than P500 for two. Here are four restaurants where you can sample the different flavors of the world without putting a dent in your pocket.
Steaks: SALT Makati SALT is a hole-in-the-wall restaurant, located at the outskirts of Makati CBD.
Despite the bustling streets and towering buildings, Manila is filled with romantic places and activities - often tucked in places you would not expect. From restaurants to must-sees, we’ve compiled some of the best things you can do to feel the love in the old city!