Your holiday dining guide at Greenfield District

By Jonnah Pante - on 15 Dec 2017, 4:53pm

In the midst of the hustle and bustle of the metro, one might find it difficult to find a place to have a chill and dine, mainly because of two reasons: (1) the tiring traffic and (2) the wide pool of choices of restaurants.

Why not simply go somewhere more accessible to you? And if you still want to experience the variety provided in food parks minus the awkward standing and waiting for a vacant table, then the Greenfield District is the definite answer.

Situated at the heart of Mandaluyong, it is known to be the nest of various gastronomic delights designed to give you the dining experience you deserve.

Here’s a list of new restaurants at the Greenfield District you can try the next time you look for the answer to, “where do we eat?”


There’s a new Japanese restaurant in town! Tokio Café offers a wide range of authentic Japanese dishes that cater to foodies with a flexible budget. Whether you’re on a light budget or you’re willing to indulge a little, there’s something at Tokio Café for you. Items on the menu range from Php 60 for breakfast meals and sushi, to Php 2,500 for the more indulgent wagyu meals.

Tokio Café’s best sellers are its wide range of wagyu meals, namely: Wagyu Course, Kaiseki, Sushi Kaiseki, Mini Kaiseki, Wagyu Steak, Wagyu Tataki, Wagyu Sushi, Stir-fried Wagyu Beef, and Wagyu Steak A5 Special.

Tokio Café is located at Level One of the Twin Oaks Place and will have its soft opening this December 2017.


Korean Buffets are getting more and more popular around the Metro—and it’s a no-brainer as to why. K-buffets are usually deliciously filling and guarantees value for your money. Deals at Lee Hak Korean Buffet start at Php 199 to Php 399, making it the perfect go-to when you want to gather ‘round friends and family to enjoy eat-all-you can Korean Barbecue.

Lee Hak Korean Buffet is now open to serve all K-buffet enthusiasts out there. It is located at Level 2 of the Pavilion Mall.


Craving for fries, pizza, and fun? Then Grid x Griddle is the place for you. It’s a board game restaurant that offers a roster of western fusion dishes on their menu. But do not be intimidated by this type of food offering, Grid x Griddle is actually pretty easy on the budget! Your Php 200 to Php 400 will go a long way.  If you and your friends are looking for a place where you can spend quality bonding time and satisfy your tastebuds without breaking the bank, this is just the perfect spot. Your belly and your wallet will thank you for it!

Grid X Griddle opened last October and has been a favorite hang-out place of many barkadas since. It is located at The Hub.


Since its launch in the Philippines, Tim Hortons instantly became a hit among those looking to get a quick fix of coffee and pastry before heading to work. Given its popularity, you might have given Tim Hortons a try already. If you haven’t yet, be sure to order their best sellers such as the Classic Iced Coffee, Iced Cappuccino, French Vanilla, Timbits (chocolate glazed and birthday cake), Steak and Cheese Panini, and Chipotle Chicken Wrap.

Selections range from Php 200 to Php 250 for a combo meal with drink and a hot item.

Tim Hortons will be opening early 2018 and will be located in Twin Oaks Place and Quantum Building.

Other restaurants at the Greenfield District that are worth a try include Blackwood Bar and Grill, Habib Persian Cuisine, Le Miel Café & Patisserie, Ramen Bar, and many more!

So, head on over to the Greenfield District and take your pick among the dining choices it offers. Try their specialties out and satisy your cravings.

The Greenfield District is located within the concrete jungle of Mandaluyong’s Central Business District. It is a 15-hectare master-planned city that features green open spaces that offer the convenience of an urban lifestyle. To know more about Greenfield, visit

Jonnah Pante

Jonnah Pante / Senior Writer