The Food is the Destination at Festival Mall!

Taste the flavors of Asia, America, and Europe–all in one place!

Festival Mall in Alabang, Muntinlupa City is the home of fresh, unique concepts, especially crazy-good cuisine from all over the globe. Because food is the destination at Festival Mall, adventurous eaters and hungry visitors now have a guide on all the must-try restaurants around the Expansion and River Park areas of the mall.

For a much-needed East Asian fix, there are a number of Japanese restaurants at the mall, which include Tenya, Japan’s most famous tendon and tempura place; Tori Ichi for great yakitori and drinks, and Hakata Manila, JAEU, and Asahikawa Ramen at the River Park for the satisfaction of those ramen cravings. Alternatively, try restaurants All 4 U and Cafe Seolhwa at the LGF for Korean cuisine with a twist! Soon to open are Japanese restaurants Osaka Takoyaki, Botejyu and Korean restaurants Soga Miga and Kko Kko.

Dine in Tori Ichi for the freshest sashimi! (Photo taken from Festival Mall Facebook Page)
Visit JAEU Bistro and Ramen Bar for some flavorful Tantanmen. (Photo taken from Festival Mall Facebook Page)

Try Kitchen Nine for good old Chinese cuisine and Pho Hoa for sweet and tasty Vietnamese food. For a mix of Asian dishes, dine at Skewered by Phatchick.

Grab a bite of Skewered by Phatchick’s Asian-style skewers. (Photo taken from Festival Mall Facebook Page)

Dine the French way with a meal and good drinks at Petit Bistro and L’Epicerie or try Gustav’s Café and RED Kitchen + Bar’s assortment of European dishes, and finish off with gelato at Chiara’s. Watch out for the British/Continental Union Jack Tavern that will be opening soon.


RED Kitchen + Bar has many European dishes to suit every person’s taste. (Photo taken from Festival Mall Facebook Page)

Still, there’s nothing like Filipino food, so Festival Mall also has an impressive selection of our favorite Pinoy restaurants, like Chill Bar, Mesa, Kuya J, and Gerry’s Grill, and Market Basket. Coming very soon to the Festival Mall are Antonio Uno, Cuesina Garden Bistro, Hukad, Jose Restaurant, and Juan’s Bistro.

For uniquely delicious Filipino food, try Mesa’s Shrimp Tofu Salad! (Photo taken from Festival Mall Facebook Page)

Dine American-style for all-day breakfast at Pancake House and The Morning After, and lunch and dinner at NY Cafe, Yellow Cab, Matti’s Meat and Bread, and Chef’s Barrel. Drop by Fiery Style and Gringo for a bite of flavorful Mexican food. Soon-to-open new concepts at the mall are Pepi Cubano and Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken.

Try Fiery Style’s spicy Mexican dishes for sharing! (Photo taken from Festival Mall Facebook Page)

Cleanse the palate after a delicious meal at these cafes: Starbucks, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Seattle’s Best, Cafe Mary Grace, Manila’s Best, and Blugre Coffee. For sweet desserts, visit Gongcha for their famous milk tea, Mad Mango for smoothies and milkshakes, Baskin Robbins’ assortment of ice cream flavors, and Cinnabon for the classic cinnamon roll. Paper Moon and Grand Duchess Café will be coming soon to Festival Mall to provide every sweet tooth with even more coffee and dessert choices.

Have the sweetest treats at Cinnabon. (Photo taken from Festival Mall Facebook Page)

Plan your next food trip and begin the culinary adventure, only at Festival Mall!

Festival Mall is the heart of Filinvest City, a place where needs and passions find balance and the community’s dreams find expression. It is the only mall with five anchor stores: Shopwise Supercenter, SaveMore, Robinsons Department Store, Ace Hardware, and Handyman. It has over 700 shops, almost 4,000 parking slots, a variety of food outlets, and indoor amusement rides.

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