14 Romantic Restaurants in Every Part of Manila to Celebrate Valentine’s Day In

By  - 6 years ago

Hearts day is in a week, but have you even made plans yet? Before the rush of the 14th, we already went right ahead and compiled options—no matter where you are in the metro—for you so you can make early reservations before it’s too late! Surprise your Valentine with a lovely dinner for two and celebrate love in these restaurants.


14. Antipolo – Vieux Chalet Swiss Restaurant

If you want to stray away from the traffic in the city, head over to the east where you’ll find a treasure that is Vieux Chalet. It’s a homey, rustic restaurant serving European cuisine using organic and local ingredients.


13. Mandaluyong – Galileo Enoteca Deli

You’ll be transported to Italy once you enter Galileo Enoteca Deli, where walls are either made of brick or covered with wine. Let the restaurant sprinkle your table with flower petals for a candlelit dinner before you enjoy their Parmesan Cheese Wheel Pasta, which they might even let you mix on your own.


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12. Manila – Champagne Room

Fancy some bubbly to celebrate a relationship milestone? Best to head to Manila Hotel’s Champagne Room, where you’ll have a wide range of sparkling wine to choose from. Accompany it with their exquisite degustation menu while a violist and pianist serenade you in the background.

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2/3 This amazing violinist while sipping wine. ?

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11. Makati – Caruso Ristorante Italiano

Have a taste of authentic Italian cuisine when you dine in the Caruso Ristorante Italiano. Try their pizzas cooked in wood-fired oven; the Trittico di Pasta Terre, three different pastas in one plate; and their best-selling panna cotta. Remember to pair your meal with their fine selection of Italian wine and liquor.


10. Marikina – Industriya Marikina

If you and the bae are foodies, Industriya Marikina has everything you’d crave for—Filipino, Japanese, Italian, you name it! After your meal, take a trip down memory lane and explore the details of this warehouse-turned-restaurant that still has bits and pieces of the old factory.


9. Muntinlupa – Caviar Restaurant and Champagne Bar

Indulge in a sophisticated supper from Caviar, a fine dining restaurant specializing in cheese, wine, champagne, and of course, caviar. Do reserve a table by the wall for an intimate space for you and your date.

Wine night with the wifey ?

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8. Pasay – Apartment 1B

Apartment 1B now has a branch in The Henry Hotel, so couples from the south can enjoy their gourmet comfort food, as well as their crowd-favorite Frozen Pie.

Let’s wine and dine. – Henry

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7. Pasig – Relish Luxe Café

What better way is there to start Valentine’s Day than with your special someone? Relish Luxe Café’s breakfast buffet is one feast your partner can’t say no to, but if that’s too early, maybe an afternoon tea for two will better suit you. Did we mention how sophisti-chic their interiors are too?

?My kind of aesthetic ✨?? #art #restaurant #food #beauty #MNL ?

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Tea party for two? #relishph #atasteofhome

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Did you know #RelishLuxe serves breakfast too?

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6. Quezon City – Ninyo Fusion Cuisine & Wine Lounge

Go the extra mile and make your date feel even more special in Ninyo’s private gazebos showered with rose petals (and balloons too if you’d like!). Chef Niño also prepares a Valentine’s Day special menu every year so guests can have a more memorable February 14.

#ninyofusioncuisine #love #escape #paradise #secretplace

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5. Quezon City – Van Gogh is Bipolar

For a unique dining experience, rely on Van Gogh is Bipolar to fill you and your special other with good food and a good mood. Owner Jetro Rafael designed a menu featuring food that uses ingredients with mood-alternating properties to help people diagnosed with the bipolar disorder.


4. San Juan – House of Wagyu Stone Grill

How about surprise the bae with an A5 Grade 11 Japanese wagyu? It’ll be one unforgettable gastronomic experience dining in the House of Wagyu Stone Grill, especially if coupled with a breathtaking view of Manila.

Truly the best! #houseofwagyu

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3. Taguig – 210° Kitchen + Drinkery

210 Degrees is for the couple who wants the quality and service of a fine-dining restaurant but in a more relaxed environment—Chef William Mahi’s own concept of “fun” dining. Enjoy a course menu featuring delectable dishes using fine ingredients and served in generous amounts. Watch out for the one-night-only menu they’re serving on Valentine’s Day. Bon appétit!

Hey hey ? it’s Foie-Day ?

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2. Taguig – FOO’D by Davide Oldani

If you want to treat your significant other without burning your pocket, Michelin Star chef Davide Oldani created FOO’D for exactly that: affordable luxury. Experience a three-course meal for only Php 800! You also have the freedom to upgrade the items in the menu, as well as try out the four- and five-course options.


1. Taguig – Lemuria Restaurant and Wine Bar

Get your French Mediterranean food fix in Lemuria then cap the night off with wine and cheese. Do not leave without trying the Bone Marrow Risotto and Mayura Pure Breed Wagyu Stuck.


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