At Santolan Town Plaza, there's no shortage of comfort food take your pick from hearty breakfasts, filling lunches, merienda and home-cooked dinners. Each meal will make you come back for more!
Breakfast: ‘Tapsilog’ by Hugo Grillery
1. Breakfast: ‘Tapsilog’ by Hugo Grillery
Who says you can’t have tapsilog every day? At Hugo Grillery, you can start your day right all the time with this favorite Filipino breakfast that’s grilled to perfection. Pair it with a hot cup of coffee and you’re fueled up for the day ahead.
Lunch: Bacon mac and cheese by Alta by Relik
2. Lunch: Bacon mac and cheese by Alta by Relik
Alta by Relik serves old favorites and Pinoy comfort food with a twist, such as bacon mac and cheese. With lots of gooey, creamy cheese and a generous helping of bacon bits, it’s guaranteed to be a kid favorite (and everyone else’s)!
‘Merienda’: Classic and chicken lemongrass sandwich by Banh Mi Kitchen
3. ‘Merienda’: Classic and chicken lemongrass sandwich by Banh Mi Kitchen
These sandwiches are probably the most colorful and scrumptious-looking ones you’ll encounter. The classic banh mi and lemongrass chicken are delicious, with a hefty helping of veggies and toppings that taste just as good as they look!
Dinner: Paella ‘negra’ by Barcino
4. Dinner: Paella ‘negra’ by Barcino
This best-selling paella is a gastronomic adventure on its own. Creamy and savory with black squid-ink rice, mayo drizzles and squid rings topped with lemon, Barcino’s paella negra captures your craving for authentic Spanish cuisine.
Beignets by Overdoughs
5. Dessert: Ice cream by Elait and beignets by Overdoughs
Elait’s special ube flan rolled ice cream is a guaranteed party in your mouth. It has real ube halaya, ice custard cream, leche flan and pinipig bits. But if you’re craving a hot treat, Overdough’s beignets are a universal source of happiness. You can also choose from a variety of dips to enjoy them with. (Story/Photos by: Jannine Sy)
Dessert: Ice cream by Elait