Rainy season cannot stop the entrepreneurial spirit. We see several new restaurants as well as three new co-working spaces and a boxing gym opening in the Fort recently.
Burgos Circle, BGC, The Fort
(02) 246 9069 ext:875
This restaurant offers all popular Japanese dishes, from sushi, to yakitori. But its strength seems to be in aburi dishes, which are sushi with raw fish or meat that is torched on top.
2. Miyazaki Gyu
Podium Level, One Mckinley Place, 26th Street Corner 4th Avenue, BGC, The Fort
+63 917 168 6673
We have an article written specifically for this restaurant. Read it here.
Ground Floor, Wumaco Building, Bonifacio High Street, 7th Avenue Corner Lane P, BGC, The Fort
(02) 217 3000 / +63 917 630 8856
When you are tired of milk tea, try Taiwanese fruit tea. Yi Fang has quite a reputation. People actually line up for its drinks even on a rainy day.
Ground Floor, BGC Stopover Pavilion, Rizal Drive Corner 31st Street, BGC, The Fort
+63 956 477 1999
The main attraction of this restaurant is its modernization of the place that traditional lechon is served. Newly opened in mid July, there is still a long line for a table every day during meal time.
The Fort Strip, BGC, The Fort
Rico’s Lechon in the Fort is scheduled for soft opening on August 3, and we are sure that there will be a big crowd. For one, it has created a buzz by giving away 200 servings of lechon to those who registered online!
C2, Bonifacio High Street Central, 7th Avenue, BGC, The Fort
+63 927 222 8099
Opened in July 2018, this restaurant serves western comfort food and desserts.
Sugar Factory at Shangri La at the Fort, Burger Boutique Kitchen at the Fort Strip, Chelsea at Serendra and Ramen Kagetsu Arashi at Net Park.