Good eats in the Fort come in all shapes and sizes. Below is a list of recently opened places where you can dine in or buy cooking ingredients, or both, in the Fort.


Motto Motto 

G/F, Serendra Piazza, BGC, The Fort

(02) 909 7011


L'Epicerie Gourmande

G/F, Serendra Piazza, BGC, The Fort

(02) 810 2570


This is a French grocery store as well as a restaurant with a wide selection of Belgian beer. It has a rustic ambience and serves traditional French comfort food like quiche and beef stews. If you go there for lunch, make sure you get their lunch set, as it is much cheaper than ordering the individual items.

Studio 28

2/F, Uptown Parade, BGC, The Fort

(0949) 694 0286

or Studio Kitchen Bar if you look up Zomato. A high-end lounge at night and recording studio by day, this establishment does not seem to want to be discovered as its signage is rather unreadable. Maybe That is their allure.

Ministry of Crab 

Shangri La at the Fort, BGC, The Fort

(02) 820 0888


A restaurant that specializes in crabs currently shares the entrance with a speakeasy bar. Its appeal, apart from the crabs, apparently is the ease that its customers will have in getting the crab meat from the shell, as the cooked crab has been undressed for quick consumption. It is high quality crab and excellent cooking with a price that is double that of a regular seafood restaurant.

Real Food

Icon Showroom Building, 5th Avenue, BGc, The Fort


Residents who live in the western part of the Fort now have another place to buy organic vegetables. A grocery store that specializes in organic vegetables and other healthy ingredients has opened. It even has free parking spaces for its clients.


New restaurants at One Bonifacio High Street mall

Yayoi is a Japanese restaurant that specializes in set meals. A place for salary men and women that are willing to fork over P400 for a set Japanese lunch. No fuss, no frills.

Butejyu is a Japanese restaurant that is best known for its okinomiyaki, a Japanese savory pancake containing egg, cabbage and whatever you want to put in it.

Soban K-town Grill serves Korean grilled meat dishes that you can cook for yourself. A solo set costs under P400. 

Basil is a Thai restaurant that first started in White Plains, Quezon City. Currently the only Thai restaurant in this mall.

Wolfgang's Steakhouse at the ground floor has opened since January to serve New York style steaks. It is suitable for special occasions, as it offers only USDA Prime Black Angus beef, dry-aged for an average of 28 days, which comes with a weighty price tag.



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