The 10 Best Eats at BGC for Php 300

Published: August 7, 2015 | Updated: July 16, 2020 | Posted by: Carlo Miguel Castañeda | Lifestyle



When you hear the words Bonifacio Global City, the first thing that springs to mind might be High Street and all the restaurants that dot the area. What might not spring to mind is the possibility that you can spend Php 300 and get great food at the same time.

While a typical night out here might cost upwards of Php 500, there are places you can check out that serve pretty awesome food, and let you enjoy without breaking the bank.

Grams Dinerphoto via Yelp

Grams Diner

Location:32nd St., The Fort, Taguig
Contact: 02 8469822

You’ve seen Grease, right? No? Okay, Pops’ Diner from Archie? What manner of fun-hating hermit are you? This restaurant offers the ambiance of a typical diner along with local cuisine. They also happen to serve breakfast all day, and plenty of other delicious dishes.

What to get: For the ones who want a slightly healthy option, the Grilled Chicken Caesar Sandwich can be your go-to for Php280. It’s a little over budget at Php305, but the meat lover will definitely enjoy the Breakfast for Titans.

The Farm
photo via Phonebooky

The Farm

Location: Forbeswood Heights, Burgos Circle, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
Contact: 02 8528228

Speaking of meat lovers, you can head on over to The Farm in Burgos Circle for burgers and steaks. The Farm boasts all-natural and organic beef for their burgers. For the not-so-ravenous, they also have a variety of pasta dishes, salads, and soups in their selection.

What to get: You can get a lot of their all-natural burgers starting at Php140, and maxing out at Php300. The Double Cheeseburger at The Farm is apparently to die for, and so is their Tomato Soup, priced at a moderate Php120.

Big Bad Wolf
photo via Trip Advisor

Big Bad Wolf

Location: Forbes Retail, Forbes Town Center, Burgos Circle, Bonifacio Global City
Contact: 02 8225833

Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf? You shouldn’t be, especially if you want comfort food and a little southern comfort at the same time (by which we mean booze). This restaurant and bar-cum-art space is great for chilling out as well.

What to get: Rice meals here are all priced at Php235, and you get to choose from a variety of rice – mushroom fried, bell peppers, or garlic. If you don’t feel like having rice, you can try their bar food, soups, and salads.

Recovery Food
photo via Trip Advisor

Recovery Food

Location: 31st Street Corner Rizal Drive, Bonifacio Global City
Contact: n/a

Recovery Food is famous for a lot of things, one of which is being open 24/7. Late night foodies or those coming from a long evening of partying can expect to head to this place and find the scent of freshly fried garlic rice, eggs, and beef wafting through. One other thing they’re famous for? Affordable all-day breakfast food!

What to get: Meals here come in regular or Full Recovery (read: huge). Their specialty is called “Tapa de Morning”, and a Full Recovery-sized version of this meal costs Php260. They also have sandwiches and salads for those quick food runs.

Kuppa
photo via Trip Advisor

Kuppa

Location: Ground Floor, Commercenter Building, 4th Avenue Corner 31st Street, Bonifacio Global City
Contact: 02 5521057

Kuppa is a Roastery and Café combination that boasts European, Italian, and American food. The food and coffee game here is pretty strong and mostly affordable. They also have wi-fi, which makes it a great place to chill or work.

What to get: Their Chicken Milanese is a great main course and is reasonable at Php265. They also have a great selection of pizza, pasta, and sandwiches.

Uncle Cheffy
photo via Vozzog

Uncle Cheffy

Location: Ground Floor, Commercenter Building, 4th Avenue Corner 31st Street, Bonifacio Global City
Contact: 02 5521057

Like Big Bad Wolf, Uncle Cheffy doubles as both bar and restaurant. The difference is that their dish selection is much wider and includes more than a few twists on local cuisine. Stuff off the menu comes in Junior and Medium size, just to give you an idea of the portions.

What to get: The Lamb Breast Provençale Way is Php110/100g and comes with a salad, and potatoes. It’s basically meat, veggies, and a little starch to get you going through a day of shopping.

Fifteen Twenty Onephoto via Yelp

Fifteen Twenty One

Location: Ground Floor, Forbes Town Center, Burgos Circle, Bonifacio Global City
Contact: 02 5521909

If you’ve had your fill of international cuisine, you can hit Fifteen Twenty One for some new-style takes on classic Pinoy dishes. Even better, a great many of these dishes are made for sharing – and the names are kind of witty.

What to get: The prices are for sharing, but at Php295, the Bonggang-Bonggang Binagoongan is a great choice.

Nolita
photo via Trip Advisor

Nolita

Location: Bonifacio High Street Central, 7th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City
Contact: 02 4787091, 02 5197103

Craving Italian while you’re at BGC? Head on down to Nolita, where they serve by-the-slice pizza, pasta and other dishes with the distinct flavor of the region. They also serve cocktails, because it’s never brunch without a few drinks.

What to get: You and your friends can make your own pizza, if that’s your game. The basic cheese costs Php810 for a whole pizza. Prices per slice start at Php160.

Stacy’s
photo via Phonebooky

Stacy’s

Location: Rizal Drive, Bonifacio Global City
Contact: 02 5550140

If you happen to get hungry after a visit to the Mind Museum – and let’s face it, you will – you can mosey on down to Stacy’s for some quick grub. The food served here are remixes of American diner staples, and some home-cooking specials. You can also get breakfast food all day here.

What to get: Get the Irish Beef and Taters. It’s moderately priced at Php230, and the serving is huge.

You can also try Samgyupsalamat in BGC for as low as P399.

What other eats do you recommend at BGC? Let us know in the comments!

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