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7 Hotel Restaurants in the Metro That Are Now Open for Dine-In

Don't worry; they have safety measures in place!

By: Denisse Shawntel Tan | July 22, 2020

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Hotel Restaurants in the metro

These hotel restaurants are open again for dine-in during GCQ.

Image: Fairmont Website

Good news foodies: several hotel restaurants in the metro have reopened! Restaurants in GCQ areas have been allowed to operate at a limited capacity and with safety measures in place, so you can now dine in at your favorite restaurants—including the finest spots housed in hotels. If you’re planning to treat yourself to a fancy meal, check out this list of hotel restaurants in the metro!


1. The Grand Kitchen at Grand Hyatt Manila

Location: 8th Avenue corner 35th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
Operating hours: Open Daily
Breakfast: 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM
All-day Dining: 11:30 AM to 10:30 PM


hotels

The Grand Kitchen is the “dining room” of the Grand Hyatt Hotel.

Image: Hyatt Website

Known for its world-class culinary dishes, The Grand Kitchen is an all-day dining restaurant that ofers options ranging from Filipino to Chinese food. This elegant spot inside Grand Hyatt Manila reopened with their guests’ safety as the top priority. Under the new setup, enhanced measures for service and food preparation are implemented so that diners can eat safely. Guests will be required to answer a wellness disclosure form and wear face masks at all times. Inside the restaurant, tables are also set at proper distances from each other, and a digital menu will be used. Utensils and tables will also be thoroughly disinfected regularly.


2. Raging Bull Chophouse at Shangri-La at the Fort, Manila

Location: Level 3, Shangri-La at the Fort, Manila, 30th Street cor 5th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
Operating hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM


Restaurants

Customers can also request for other grilled food such as fresh seafood.

Images: Raging Bull Chophouse & Bar Facebook Page

Craving for a hearty steak? You can get your fix from the Raging Bull Chophouse & Bar at Shangri-La at the Fort, Manila. The steakhouse offers a large selection of beef, from dry-aged, grain, to grass-fed. When it comes to safety, the restaurant is also well-prepared. The entire place and all equipment are frequently sanitized. Service and kitchen staff practice proper hygiene measures and strict food safety protocols. Tables at the restaurant will also be at least a meter and a half apart for better physical distancing. Meanwhile, diners will be required to wear face masks, undergo temperature checks, and accomplish a digital health declaration form upon entry.



3. Benjarong Thai Restaurant at Dusit Thani Manila

Location: GF, Dusit Thani Manila, Ayala Centre, Makati City
Operating hours: Open daily
Lunch: 12:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Dinner: 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Happy Hour: 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM


Metro Manila

Benjarong’s name came from Thailand’s painted ceramic porcelain.

Image: Benjarong Thai Restaurant Facebook Page

If you’re looking for a flavorful meal, you might want to try the traditional Thai flavors at Benjarong at Dusit Thani Manila. One of the most popular Thai restos in the city, Benjarong offers authentic Thai food made by Chef Watcharaphon Yongbanthom, who gives a modern twist to traditional Thai dishes. The restaurant will be accepting reservations only. For safety measures, they are following the standard health protocols set for restaurants. Seating capacity is also reduced for social distancing.


4. Long Bar at Raffles Makati

Location: Lobby Level, Raffles Makati, 1 Raffles Drive, Makati Ave., Makati City
Operating hours: Open daily, 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM


safety measures

Long Bar’s signature cocktails and dishes are now available for dine-in.

Images: Raffles Website

A favorite chill spot in the metro, Long Bar reopened its doors for those who want to have gastronomical nights out. The bar is known for its crispy spring rolls, Vietnamese style chicken wings, and pork belly chicharon (fried pork belly). Complement the dishes are crafted cocktails, international and local beers, and their signature Singapore Sling.

Under the new normal, the bar will be implementing a “no mask, no entry” policy. Guests will also have to provide an answered health declaration form upon entering the premises. Inside the bar, a limited number of people will be allowed, and they must follow proper social distancing.



5. Spectrum at Fairmont Makati

Location: Lobby, 1 Raffles Drive, Makati Avenue, Makati City
Operating hours: Open for dinner daily, 4:00 PM to 8:30 PM


Chinese food

Spectrum reopened the public starting July 1, 2020.

Image: Fairmont Website

Spectrum buffet at Fairmont Makati shifted to a strictly à la carte setup. Despite the change in service, Spectrum’s menu is still full of delectable dishes. This dining spot lets you expand your culinary experience from homegrown Filipino food to Middle Eastern fares. Along with following standard health protocols, the restaurant will also be practicing contactless self-service. Reservations are required since seats will also be limited.


6. China Blue at Conrad Manila

Location: Level 3, Conrad Manila, Seaside Boulevard corner Coral Way Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City
Operating hours: Open daily
Lunch: 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM
Dinner: 5:00 PM to 8:30 PM


Filipino food

China Blue won the “Best Asian Cuisine" award given by World Luxury Restaurant Awards in 2017.

Image: Conrad Manila Facebook Page

Conrad Manila’s award-winning restaurant China Blue reopened its doors with stringent safety measures in place. The elegant restaurant is exquisite not just for its interiors, but also for its selection of authentic traditional Chinese cuisine crafted by celebrity chef Jereme Leung. Some of the must-tries include the golden roast duck with osmanthus and rose bean sauce in momo wrapper. To complement their meals, diners can choose from various Chinese teas with health benefits, like the Organic Superfine Dragon Well Long Jing Green tea, which can lower cholesterol levels and protect the liver.


7. Kusina Sea Kitchens at Hilton Manila

Location: 3rd Level, Hilton Manila, Newport Blvd, Pasay City
Operating hours: Open daily, 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM


Hotel Restaurants

Kusina Sea Kitchens is one of the restaurants that reopened within the Resorts World Manila complex.

Image: Hilton Website

Recognized for a vast menu comprised of Asian and Western dishes, Kusina Sea Kitchens is now open for dine in services, but its buffet service has been transformed into a “marketplace” concept. This new system still offers an eat-all-you-can experience while adhering to the safety measures required by the government. To ensure the safety of its diners, the restaurant uses state-of-the-art sanitation and disinfection tools such as smart disinfection and temperature chambers. Compliance with standard health protocols will also be required from guests and staff.



Still got an appetite for more? Visit Yoorekka to find more restaurants that have resumed operations!


At these hotel restaurants, your safety is a top priority when you dine in. But remember that curbing the spread of the virus is a two-way street, so as a guest, make sure to follow the health protocols as well!


Hotel Restaurants in the metro

These hotel restaurants are open again for dine-in during GCQ.

Image: Fairmont Website

Good news foodies: several hotel restaurants in the metro have reopened! Restaurants in GCQ areas have been allowed to operate at a limited capacity and with safety measures in place, so you can now dine in at your favorite restaurants—including the finest spots housed in hotels. If you’re planning to treat yourself to a fancy meal, check out this list of hotel restaurants in the metro!


1. The Grand Kitchen at Grand Hyatt Manila

Location: 8th Avenue corner 35th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
Operating hours: Open Daily
Breakfast: 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM
All-day Dining: 11:30 AM to 10:30 PM


hotels

The Grand Kitchen is the “dining room” of the Grand Hyatt Hotel.

Image: Hyatt Website

Known for its world-class culinary dishes, The Grand Kitchen is an all-day dining restaurant that ofers options ranging from Filipino to Chinese food. This elegant spot inside Grand Hyatt Manila reopened with their guests’ safety as the top priority. Under the new setup, enhanced measures for service and food preparation are implemented so that diners can eat safely. Guests will be required to answer a wellness disclosure form and wear face masks at all times. Inside the restaurant, tables are also set at proper distances from each other, and a digital menu will be used. Utensils and tables will also be thoroughly disinfected regularly.


2. Raging Bull Chophouse at Shangri-La at the Fort, Manila

Location: Level 3, Shangri-La at the Fort, Manila, 30th Street cor 5th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
Operating hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM


Restaurants

Customers can also request for other grilled food such as fresh seafood.

Images: Raging Bull Chophouse & Bar Facebook Page

Craving for a hearty steak? You can get your fix from the Raging Bull Chophouse & Bar at Shangri-La at the Fort, Manila. The steakhouse offers a large selection of beef, from dry-aged, grain, to grass-fed. When it comes to safety, the restaurant is also well-prepared. The entire place and all equipment are frequently sanitized. Service and kitchen staff practice proper hygiene measures and strict food safety protocols. Tables at the restaurant will also be at least a meter and a half apart for better physical distancing. Meanwhile, diners will be required to wear face masks, undergo temperature checks, and accomplish a digital health declaration form upon entry.



3. Benjarong Thai Restaurant at Dusit Thani Manila

Location: GF, Dusit Thani Manila, Ayala Centre, Makati City
Operating hours: Open daily
Lunch: 12:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Dinner: 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Happy Hour: 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM


Metro Manila

Benjarong’s name came from Thailand’s painted ceramic porcelain.

Image: Benjarong Thai Restaurant Facebook Page

If you’re looking for a flavorful meal, you might want to try the traditional Thai flavors at Benjarong at Dusit Thani Manila. One of the most popular Thai restos in the city, Benjarong offers authentic Thai food made by Chef Watcharaphon Yongbanthom, who gives a modern twist to traditional Thai dishes. The restaurant will be accepting reservations only. For safety measures, they are following the standard health protocols set for restaurants. Seating capacity is also reduced for social distancing.


4. Long Bar at Raffles Makati

Location: Lobby Level, Raffles Makati, 1 Raffles Drive, Makati Ave., Makati City
Operating hours: Open daily, 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM


safety measures

Long Bar’s signature cocktails and dishes are now available for dine-in.

Images: Raffles Website

A favorite chill spot in the metro, Long Bar reopened its doors for those who want to have gastronomical nights out. The bar is known for its crispy spring rolls, Vietnamese style chicken wings, and pork belly chicharon (fried pork belly). Complement the dishes are crafted cocktails, international and local beers, and their signature Singapore Sling.

Under the new normal, the bar will be implementing a “no mask, no entry” policy. Guests will also have to provide an answered health declaration form upon entering the premises. Inside the bar, a limited number of people will be allowed, and they must follow proper social distancing.



5. Spectrum at Fairmont Makati

Location: Lobby, 1 Raffles Drive, Makati Avenue, Makati City
Operating hours: Open for dinner daily, 4:00 PM to 8:30 PM


Chinese food

Spectrum reopened the public starting July 1, 2020.

Image: Fairmont Website

Spectrum buffet at Fairmont Makati shifted to a strictly à la carte setup. Despite the change in service, Spectrum’s menu is still full of delectable dishes. This dining spot lets you expand your culinary experience from homegrown Filipino food to Middle Eastern fares. Along with following standard health protocols, the restaurant will also be practicing contactless self-service. Reservations are required since seats will also be limited.


6. China Blue at Conrad Manila

Location: Level 3, Conrad Manila, Seaside Boulevard corner Coral Way Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City
Operating hours: Open daily
Lunch: 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM
Dinner: 5:00 PM to 8:30 PM


Filipino food

China Blue won the “Best Asian Cuisine" award given by World Luxury Restaurant Awards in 2017.

Image: Conrad Manila Facebook Page

Conrad Manila’s award-winning restaurant China Blue reopened its doors with stringent safety measures in place. The elegant restaurant is exquisite not just for its interiors, but also for its selection of authentic traditional Chinese cuisine crafted by celebrity chef Jereme Leung. Some of the must-tries include the golden roast duck with osmanthus and rose bean sauce in momo wrapper. To complement their meals, diners can choose from various Chinese teas with health benefits, like the Organic Superfine Dragon Well Long Jing Green tea, which can lower cholesterol levels and protect the liver.


7. Kusina Sea Kitchens at Hilton Manila

Location: 3rd Level, Hilton Manila, Newport Blvd, Pasay City
Operating hours: Open daily, 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM


Hotel Restaurants

Kusina Sea Kitchens is one of the restaurants that reopened within the Resorts World Manila complex.

Image: Hilton Website

Recognized for a vast menu comprised of Asian and Western dishes, Kusina Sea Kitchens is now open for dine in services, but its buffet service has been transformed into a “marketplace” concept. This new system still offers an eat-all-you-can experience while adhering to the safety measures required by the government. To ensure the safety of its diners, the restaurant uses state-of-the-art sanitation and disinfection tools such as smart disinfection and temperature chambers. Compliance with standard health protocols will also be required from guests and staff.



Still got an appetite for more? Visit Yoorekka to find more restaurants that have resumed operations!


At these hotel restaurants, your safety is a top priority when you dine in. But remember that curbing the spread of the virus is a two-way street, so as a guest, make sure to follow the health protocols as well!

author

Denisse Shawntel Tan is a twenty-something who is still searching for her place in the adult world. To keep her sane from the city’s traffic, she makes art and paints with words. A self-confessed DIY addict and audiophile, you can find her making random stuff from Pinterest while listening to her 90s playlist. To get her attention, tell her that you can make sushi.

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