Dimly lit, cozy, and walls adorned with British football teams and the Union Jack for emphasis, one will never mistake the Union Jack Tavern for anything else other than an authentic British pub. Located in the southern part of Metro Manila, the Alabang establishment is a great place to enjoy good beer and maybe a glass of cider or two.
A go-to place for drinks while at the Alabang Town Center, the San Mig Pub & Bistro still has the same old-school charm as when it opened its doors for beer drinkers and foodies alike.
Vivere Hotel is one of the south’s best hotels. Aside from housing a marvelous sky lounge on its 31st floor, this jewel in the south features 200 elegantly appointed suites and rooms.
The Acacia Hotel is a modern 5-star luxury hotel found in the southern portion of Metro Manila. Located in the less busy Alabang area, Acacia offers world class service without the hustle and bustle of the more populated HotSpots in the metro.
Alabang is located between the Ninoy Aquino International Airport and the business district of Makati with its Salcedo and Legazpi village Hotspots. The Alabang HotSpot can easily be reached from either of those locations via the Skyway. If you dont mind the toll fee, even the rush hour is not as bad as in other places of the Megacity.
The Asian Hospital is a leading tertiary healthcare facility in the South of the Megacity. It offers a 'hotel-like ambience' and has been around sine 2002. With 241 beds and 800 doctors, the Asian Hospital is the go-to place for medical treatment if you are staying in the Alabang Hotspot.
The South Metro Manila Skyway Project is one of the Megacity's biggest improvements in transport infrastructure in recent years. Residents of the south can enjoy relative ease of travel when using the separated elevated motorway. An extension of the Skyway to connect the south and north of the Megacity is currently under construction.
A Filipino fusion restaurant, Abe’s specialties include their Lamb Adobo cooked with popped garlic, their delectable Crispy Pla-Pla (Tilapia), and Chicken Supreme. The restaurant also serves traditionally named dishes such as Bringhe –the Pampanga version of Paella.
Dining at Café Mary Grace is like dining at your grandmother’s where you can get your fill of pastries, cakes, and hot beverages while sitting comfortably on cushioned arm chairs.
Recipes is a Filipino-owned carinderia type dining place located at the Alabang Town Center. It is a clean-looking place and since it only occupies around 30 square meters, the air conditioning system makes it quite cold.
Paella is a traditional Spanish dish served in many restaurants in the Philippines. One wonders how the modern Spanish restaurant Las Paellas Café keeps up, considering how delicate this traditional dish is.
It was 1988 when Chef Aggy’s closest friend, who worked for Philippine fast food chain Jollibee, asked Agnes Villabona to bake a cake for the former’s boss. To her surprise, her cake pushed the right buttons.
Open from 6 in the morning to 10 in the evening, the Acaci Restaurant inside the Acacia Hotel on East Asia Drive offers international and Philippine favorites on its buffet table. Complete with personalized service.
Soft, freshly baked bread, mixed meat grilled platters, mouthwatering Sea Food Rice Gratin, among other beautifully prepared dishes, and a very “country” ambiance are just a few of the things that make Wooden Horse Steakhouse different from other restaurants in Alabang.
Modern elegance and a laidback atmosphere as well as an impressive selection of dishes makes The Lobby at Acacia the perfect dining spot when you are in the southern part of Metro Manila. Once you enter the lobby, you will see patterns almost everywhere, but these patterns do not contradict each other as one would expect. In fact, the patterns go so well together that the whole place is easy on the eyes.
Dining at greater heights and watching the sun setting in the cityscape are one of the many things that diners love about Vivere Hotel's The Nest, formerly known as Skylounge.