There are so many new restaurants opened since we last updated you. To save you time, we will just show you some of the most recent and exciting eating establishments opened in Fort Bonifacio.

Bonifacio High Street and Shangri La at the Fort.

1. Din Tai Fung at Bonifacio High Street, near Shangri La at the Fort Hotel.

This is the second branch of the world renowned soup dumpling Taiwanese restaurant in the Philippines. They manage to keep the price low here, but the flavor of the dumplings seems to have been compromised also. You have to admire their efficient customer management system, which can handle a large number of customers smoothly and at minimal waiting time.

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2. OOMA at Bonifacio High Street, next to Stella and Rocket Room restaurants, where ‘Cue used to be.

This is a home grown modern Japanese restaurant. Its interior design has a Japanese fish market feel. They tweak the regular Japanese sushi dishes a little, so the food looks a little different from the usual, but tastes familiar. Prices are in line with other Japanese restaurants in the neighborhood.

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3. Pablo Cheese Tarts, Bonifacio High Street, near Krispy Kreme.

Famous Japanese cheese tarts. Finally, after more than a year of seeing their tarpaulin display on Bonifacio High Street, we get to see the shop’s opening. Their mini tart sells for P100 per piece. A regular cheese tart, about 8 inches in diameter, goes for about P500.

Want to know what we think about Pablo’s mini tarts? read this.

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4. FOO’D by Davide Oldani at ground floor of Shangri La at the The Fort.

Davide Oldani is a one Michelin Star chef from Italy. This is a fine-dining restaurant licensed from him. It currently only serves fixed set menu at a cost of around P1,000 per head. It is owned by the same group that operates Todd English restaurant in SM Aura Mall, Pound burgers at Bonifacio High Street, and Tim Ho Wan dim sum restaurants in the Philippines.

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5. Tomatito Spanish Restaurant at ground floor, BGC Corporate Center, corner of 11th Avenue and 30th Street
This restaurant opened in early December and is still in soft opening. It is managed by the same group that operates Las Flores Restaurant on 25th Street, and the chain of Churreria and La Lola.

The Fort Entertainment Complex

6. Thai BBQ, where Tony Romas used to be.
Their signature dish is of course chicken BBQ (P420). Other dishes available are pork BBQ, beef BBQ, and sate variety of each of these. It is owned by the same group that owns Modern Sichuan, the Chinese restaurant next to Thai BBQ.

Uptown Place Mall and Uptown Parade

The developer of Uptown Place Mall and Uptown Parade, Megaworld Corporation, has finally finished the second floor walkway that joins all parts of Uptown Parade, including the Palace Complex, together. It is now possible to walk there from Uptown Place Mall without getting too much sun or rain.
7. CHAR at 2nd floor of Uptown Parade.
This is a simple Chinese food eating place orginated from Singapore. Its name-sake dish is Char-Siew, Cantonese styyle roasted pork. Its signature dish, Special Char Siew, costs P150 per 100g, or P450 per 300g. Another recommended dish is crispy roasted pork belly, served with a mustard dip. 
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8. Livestock Restaurant and Bar at 2nd floor of Uptown Parade.
This new restaurant is the second branch of the restaurant which started in Tomas Murato, Quezon City. It is a restaurant and bar that specializes in pork dishes (of course). Balsamic Lechon Paksiu is P320, Spiced Pig Tail is P320, and Mic’s Sisig is P280. It also has a very complete drinks menu, selling anything from hard liquor to fruit juices.
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9. Uma Uma at 2nd floor of Uptown Parade.
This new Japanese restaurant specializes in ramen. Its main slogan is that they do not use any MSG. It has a very simple menu, with only 6 ramens or soba.  Uma Uma Ramen is a noodle soup that has roasted pork and other ingredients served in a spicy miso soup, for example. All soup noodles are priced at P360 to P390 per bowl.
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