Caloocan (Filipino: Kalookan) is the fourth most populous city in the Philippines. It is divided into two geographical locations with a total combined area of 5,333.40 hectares. It was formerly part of the Province of Rizal of the Philippines' Southern Luzon Region. According to the 2015 census, it had a population of 1,583,978. The city's name is colloquially spelled as Kalookan. It comprises what is known as the CAMANAVA area along with cities Malabon, Navotas and Valenzuela.
Things to do in Caloocan
4 based on 190 reviews
Did take way dinner at this place, ordered keema with eggplant and chicken Cheri kebab with rice, bill was PHP 290 only. Food was packed nicely, tasted good and service was prompt and courteous. If in the area, will come again.
4 based on 132 reviews
PArt of national chain. Tel +63 2 924-3396/98
Their chicken is always a great treat! One of a kind and very tasty. A special plate that is a must -try is the sizzling tofu. It's really good!
4 based on 127 reviews
I usualy come to this place because most of my friends chose to have the reception here after the christening. Great selection of food. The place is not that big but still it gives you the cozy feeling of the old houses.
4 based on 88 reviews
Visited the Alba Spanish restaurant in Quezon City for Monday lunch. The outside looks unprepossessing being on the corner of a busy crossroad, however once inside the restaurant we were surprised to find it almost full. The restaurant is designed to look a little like an hacienda. Wooden tables with place mats are quite well spaced from each other and of a good size. Background Spanish music was not too loud nor obtrusive. Service was efficient and knowledgeable. The al-a-carte menu is extensive and wholly and authentically Spanish. We chose fresh juices and then a mix of 6 hot and cold tapas and then had desert and coffee. The quality of the food was excellent and it is easy to see why it was full on Monday lunchtime. There is an extensive choice of wine but we did not partake of any. At the back of the restaurant is a counter selling various types of home-made Spanish sausages and cooked meats. US$45 for 2.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
i cannot locate cafe mary grace greenhills unimart in tripadvisor so i click cafe mary grace trinoma i like the interior waiters and waitress are very good the food is delicious and big in serving price is good they served the food fast and hot keep up the good service i like black velvet
4.5 based on 143 reviews
The main branch in Binondo (Chinatown here in the Philippines) is still my favorite although their goodies are now available in several locations. I suggest stocking up on their freshly made soy milk as well as their classic hopia and their wide selection of mooncake variants.
4 based on 154 reviews
Delicious Japanese food no doubt with fresh ingredients and the staff are really nice. The only downside is the place is too small for the amount of clientele they attract. But, if you are not in much of a hurry to be seated or you are there on lean hours, you can't go wrong with this place.
4 based on 457 reviews
Vikings Luxury Buffet is a contemporary and stylish restaurant that overlooks the majestic Manila Bay through its' vast windows. At Vikings, we are redefining the concept of buffet by incorporating show kitchens in our dining area to show our guests how our professionally trained chefs prepare dishes beyond expectations. We have an international buffet spread that is being constantly changed to make our valued guests to have something to look forward to (from freshly picked seafood to prime ribs, freshly made gourmet pizzas to local favorites), truly an epicurean epiphany. Vikings focuses on freshness, high-quality ingredients, comforting-unique choices and providing an impeccable dining experience worth coming back for. Vikings is the perfect place for tourists, special occasions, family gatherings and corporate events. Open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week.
Been here many times. Went here on my birthday, and boy was it the best! We reserved two weeks prior and when the time came, we went there and the staff escorted us to our table. Everything was clean and staff are more than willing to give you any extra utensils you need.
Food and drinks were incredibly diverse and tasty. I fancied the sushi and the meats too much and got full too fast. Thankfully, I had 3 hours to pace myself. I hit the desserts hard and went home bloated and happy.
-Try to get Reservations at least a week before. The waiting line could take around 30-mins to 1 hour.
- Some dishes have a sign saying that they are cold to the tummy (like the shashimi and oysters.) Don't eat them first, eat something else or you may get a stomach ache.
4.5 based on 121 reviews
Go-to restaurant for a weekday lunch out. Dined out with my colleagues past 2pm and we are still 4th in line. Went to nearby stores during the waiting time.
Consistent food quality and fast service. The set meal includes refillable miso soup, japanese rice, shredded letuce, and water melon. We are so full after all the fruit refill.
Great value for money. Still ranks as the best Katsu in Manila.
4.5 based on 154 reviews
My overall dining experience was excellent, starting from the ambiance space was not really crowded. The food was great, waiters are very attentive to customers needs, was very courteous and always ready to help. I would like to commend your staff, especially Kuya Bhogz for his excellent service. Thanks Kuya Bhogz for making us enjoy our stay. Good job! Looking forward to our next visit.
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