Nikkei is the first Peruvian-Japanese sushi bar in Manila headed by Argentinian Chef Christian Cejas.
“Nikkei” is a term that describes Peruvian cuisine culturally inspired by the Japanese; it is the latest food trend in Europe. Recommended dishes: Salmon Belly Nigiri, Miso Kurobuta, Seared Tuna, and Parmesan Scallops.
Now isn't that the definition of a good date place?
They even have a children's corner for married parents who want to unwind on a Friday night.
For the lady: Stuffed Demi-Dried Tomatoes (P225) or Mac n Cheeze (P165) from Pipino; Bacon and Cheese-stuffed Chicken Breast (P225) from Pino For the sir: Watermelon Steak (P220) or Black Bean Burger (P155) from Pipino; Kare-Kareng Bagnet (P255) or Nilasing na Adobong Kambing (P255) 3.
Xocolat If romance could be food, it would be chocolate: sweet, casual, wanting, sexy, warm, sinful. If chocolate isn't your sensibility, they even have heavier options for the day's most important meals.
Mad Mark's Mad Mark's is a simple, no-frills sorta hole-in-the-wall type of place that serves terrific food for affordable prices. You can probably afford dessert because Mark Isidro’s homemade ice cream is a try-before-you-die culinary gem.
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PS: We listed some of our recommended dishes so you won’t have to worry about ordering for two. Read our other monthsary lists for BGC and San Juan.
This all-day breakfast place has a whimsical ambiance that invites you to stay, chat, and just kick back.
Enjoy the food, enjoy the company, enjoy the wonderful pink refrigerator and free pretzels and popcorn.