Changes happen all the time, especially in the restaurant scene in Fort Bonifacio. Below are some of the restaurants that opened since the third quarter of 2019.
Bonifacio High Street
The Alley by Vikings
2/F, C2 Bonifacio High Street
The food street concept of buffet restaurant is being tested here. Will patrons enjoy walking and moving their places of seating in order to enjoy the different ambience offered by the different sections of the food street? More details.
Empress Chinese Restaurant
Formerly the location of Crystal Jade Chinese Restaurant, The Empress claims to serve similar food, as the kitchen staff are supposed to be mostly the same as those who worked at Crystal Jade. More details.
Bollywood Indian Restaurant
While the exterior design is the same as the Italian restaurants that were situated in the same location (e.g. Dario), the food now served is quite different, to put it mildly. More details.
Shi Lin's Fort Bonifacio branch was used to be located at 4th Avenue. Just before Din Tai Fung restaurant opened in nearby Bonifacio High Street, it closed. Now that it is located on the other end of BHS, residents can get their xiaolungbao fix at either end of that street. More details.
Apart from this branch at Serendra Piazza, Hanamaruken Ramen has also just opened a branch at Forbestown Road. More details.
One Bonifacio High Street
George Town Super Steak
3rd floor, One Bonifacio High Street
This is the second branch of Tendon Kohaku, the first branch being located in Uptown Mall. Tendon is a contraction of tempura and donburi (rice topping), according to the restaurant. More details.
Elsewhere in the Fort
Milestone Building, 5th Avenue
This is the third branch of Chef Jessie restaurants. Unlike the others, though, this branch is located within a furniture shop, CWC. It serves fusion Filipino food. More details.