Pink’s Hot Dogs
The 76-year-old hot dog chain that is now an icon in the US has just opened its doors to Filipino patrons. Brought to the Philippines by Wildflour Cafe + Bakery co-owner Ana de Ocampo, Pink’s Hot Dogs opened early June at Shangri-La at The Fort. It has a very simple seating area that has tables and benches that resemble a picnic area. Apart from the hotdog, the most talked about item in the eatery is the San Miguel beer bottle that they use to serve patrons water. They do serve real beer, of course.
This is Pink's 4 inch hot dog that sells for P180.
Paper Moon Cafe
Famous Tokyo dessert cafe Paper Moon Cafe is now in SM Aura Premier (3rd floor) and Uptown Bonifacio! Have a taste of Emy Wada’s specialty cakes, the most noted of which is the Mille Crepe or layered crepe cake (each layer is round, thin, and yellow, like its name, perhaps?). Aside from this, Paper Moon Cafe also serves sandwiches, salads and quiche.
Find Paper Moon Cafe at the Second Floor of Uptown Place Mall. They also have a branch at SM Aura Mall.
Banana Leaf Signature Curry House
Banana Leaf Curry House has been in the Philippines for over twenty years, but this is their first branch in Fort Bonifacio. It serves southeast Asian cuisine from Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand and India. Get your fix of green curry chicken or rendang beef there.
Banana Leaf is at basement of SM Aura Premier, near the supermarket.