One of the best possible places to find a spot would probably with BF Homes Parañaque, which can offer people a bunch of lovely surprises. The story began with the opening of Amalia’s and Conti’s, two restaurants that were chiefly responsible for bringing BF Homes Parañaque on the forefront. As these restaurants are run by people who are all for an epicurean lifestyles, the restaurants started attracting crowds in almost no time. These restaurants are actually situated on old properties along the Aguirre Street and the President’s Avenue, which were subsequently renovated for the purpose of opening a restaurant. Both these restaurants are run by families and both of them had a small start. Moreover, unlike these two restaurants, the other restaurants that opened up enjoyed no such luck; however, till date they remain passionate about the food they serve. On the President’s Avenue and in front of the Tahanan Village Gate, there is another restaurant named the Tito Chief Restaurant and another one that goes by the name of All Things Culinary. All Things Culinary sports a mix of light and vibrant shades for its interiors. It is owned by Chef Menoy Gimenez, who has designed the menu to contain an eclectic mix of cuisines like Asian, American and European among many other cuisines. The perks of eating at this restaurant include quality ingredients, well executed culinary skills and the generous portions of the dishes.
- Another restaurant situated along the Aguirre Street is Hanakazu, which is manned by Chef Hiroaki Otsuka and his better half Lorna. People can hear the praises of its fresh sashimi from far and wide. People have another option, of Omakase, where people have to leave to either a la carte or they have to eat according to the chef’s choice. A rather tasty yet affordable joint would be Sen Lek, which might not be quite the big restaurant that people usually identify with Aguirre Street, however, it makes up for its size with its cuisine. This most famous dish, arguably would be the P90 bowl of mixed Thai Noodles that are generously infused with fresh herbs and give the taste of a delicious, wholesome and tangy broth.
- If people are looking for some Italian dishes, they should probably head towards A.Santos Avenue to stop at Danieles’s Casa Mia. The owner Danielle, happens to be the son of Robert Bellini, who also happens to own a restaurant in Cubao. While, people might be impressed by the exhaustive menu, however they should know that it is just the tip of the iceberg, for the menu contains over 70 variants of classic Italian dishes like pastas and pizzas. For a rather professional taste, people could end up at Tina’s Table, owned by Chef Tina Legarda. The chef has had a training in Le Souffle , while working under Chef Jessie Sincioco and has worked with the at The French Corner with the L’Opera Group. Her last stint with professional cooking was at the Marina Bay sands in Singapore at the Osteria Mozza, owned by Chef Mario Batali. She quit the job to open her own restaurant in her own house last December. The experience of eating at this restaurant probably best describes what is known as a fine dining.
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