Fine Dining

  • Established as the first fine-dining restaurant in Northern Philippines, La Preciosa is the place to enjoy the elegant and historical flavors of Ilocos Norte in sophisticated style.
  • Tucked in one corner of the newly renovated Casa Vallejo Boutique Hotel, a historic Baguio landmark, is one gem of a restaurant serving an eclectic mix of Asian food inspired by the old colonial hill stations, which is what Baguio used to be. With its airy and spacious surroundings, this resto has quite a comprehensive menu that includes slow-cooked stews and curries. The “heavy comfort food” is actually really good, making this restaurant a food institution that everyone should at least visit once while in Baguio.
  • When the masters of Manila’s nightlife and dining industry come together to create a masterpiece, you would expect nothing but the best. That's what Opus Lounge and Restaurant is all about.
  • Beurre Blanc means "white butter" in French. But it is also a restaurant located in Newport Mall in Pasay City. They serve French-Mediterranean dishes and is close by Resort World.
  • Formerly Je Suis Gourmand, Champêtre offer classic French cuisine with a country-style twist.
  • Fever Luxe Lounge is the Sofitel Philippine Plaza's swanky party venue that serves modern French cuisine.
  • Toki Japanese Fusion & Fine Dining offers modern Japanese dishes in the chic atmosphere. They guarantee prime and fresh ingredients in all of their recipes.
  • Chef's Table with Chef Bruce Lim offers French fusion dishes for the elite. The place is classy, clean, and inviting. Chef Bruce boasts of their wonderful food presentation and extensive menu.
  • Basilio’s is located at the Bonifacio Global City, they serve good, comfort food perfect for anyone and everyone.
  • Chic and comfortable with distinct Iberian undertones, Barcino’s is an ultimate choice for real after-dinner conversations over decently priced, yet excellent Spanish wine.