You can't go wrong with Red; this restaurant-cum-bar is simply too stylish. Impressive food presentation and impeccable preparations are the hallmarks of this unique restaurant. The service is efficient; you don't have to wait too long for your order. Don't leave without trying The Red Appetizer Three Ways. The dessert and wine list do justice to the hype. This is truly a gem in Makati Shangri-La's hat.
TIVOLIThe Tivoli is a beautiful and luxurious restaurant located at the Mandarin Oriental in Manila. The elegant interiors complete with shining mirrors and trellises add an extra vibrancy to the space. While at The Tivoli, try out Creamy Lobster bisque, Braised black wagyu cheeks and Mille-feuille of pan-fried sea bass. The intimate alcove is a great spot for those looking for privacy during romantic dinners. Month ending Fridays turn out to be a dining extravaganza with seven meal courses and an unlimited supply of wines.
Frequented by the beautiful people of Mandaluyong, this restaurant offers local paparazzi a wealth of material to use. Aside from the outstanding cuisine people come here for another reason - to see and be seen. Using imported ingredients, the Italian chef whips up such delectable dishes as risotto with king prawns, linguini with clams, and roast lamb wrapped in crispy Parma ham. The tiramisu is a sheer delight. The predominantly black and white decor is accented with copper tints, wood surfaces, and wicker furniture.
This is the perfect place for a dim sum lunch or a Chinese banquet dinner. The room itself is hotel elegant, with large round tables perfect for feasting with friends and family, banquettes for those wanting a bit more privacy, and private rooms for those wanting to feel they are in their own living room. If you go for lunch make sure to taste every dim sum item on the menu, and if there for dinner, well, you cant leave without trying their Peking duck.
INAGIKUInagiku is a fine Japanese restaurant located at the Makati Shangri-La in Manila. The atmosphere at Inagiku is absolutely fantastic, with minimalistic wooden furnishings and bold colors, that resemble a modern Japanese eating joint. Start of with some excellent appetizers such as Shiitake Ebi Nikutsume or Zensai Moriawase. For the main course try out the excellent Teppanyaki Live Lobster and if you still have room for dessert go for the Homemade ice cream.