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28 Of The Best Spots For Steak In Manila: A Foodie Guide

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Rafael Reynante | Aug 07, 2017

For a lot of people, steak and its consumption has a connotation for being a luxurious affair, only afforded by the wealthy, or at least those who save up long enough for it. Terms like “black and blue,” “rare,” and “rib-eye” often fly above the heads for a lot of people, even for those who regularly eat steak. However, with the emergence of casual and budget restaurants catering to a wider market, steaks have become more accessible, and are slowly becoming a viable choice for diners of all markets.

But there are so many restaurants serving steak popping up all over the Metro. How ever would you choose among them? Well, Zomato is always on the hunt for new and up-and-coming restos, and without further ado, here’s the guide, with the photos both below and above in the gallery. For the fine diner, may we recommend…

 

22 Prime – Discovery Suites – 4.4 Rating on Zomato

USDA Prime Angus Bone-in Ribeye, Grilled Asparagus, Mushroom, Tomato Parmesan, Truffle Potato Gratin, Served with Signature Sauces

FB: @22prime  IG: @discoverysuites

 

Hai Chix & Steaks – Photo by Norman Talla – 4.2 Rating on Zomato

US Angus Ribeye 650g good for 2-3 persons.

FB: @haichixandsteaks    IG: @haichixandsteaks_official 

 

Mamou – 4.6 Rating on Zomato

Wawa's prime rib. Slow roasted, bone in, served with Yorkshire pudding and your choice of two sides. Comes in 8 Oz and 14 Oz

FB: @mamouhomekitchen   IG: @mymamou

 

Teppanya – Photo by Barnett Angeles – 4.6 Rating on Zomato

A3 Wagyu beef part of the Emperor Set

FB: @teppanyaevia   IG: @teppanyaph

 

House of Wagyu Stone Grill – 3.9 Rating on Zomato

Home of the best Saga Prime A5 wagyu cooked in a stone grill

IG/FB: @houseofwagyu

 

Raging Bull Chophouse & Bar – Shangri-La Fort – 4.6 Rating on Zomato

Offers grain and grass-fed dry-aged beef from Australia

FB: @ragingbullchophouseandbar

 

Ruby Jacks’s Steakhouse & Bar – 3.6 Rating on Zomato

John Dee Super Gold Black Angus Prime

IG/FB: @rubyjacksmanila 

 

Waterside, Solaire – 4.5 Rating on Zomato

Tomahawk Steak. Grassfed, Australian Beef, dry aged for 30 days. 1.3 Kg for P6,800. Comes with complimentary sauces.

FB: @watersiderestobaratsolaire

 

L’entrecote – 4.1 Rating on Zomato

Classic steak and fries

FB: @lentrecotemnl

IG: @lentrecote_manila

 

Spice & Cleaver – 3.8 Rating on Zomato

IG/FB: @spiceandcleaver

 

Sky Garden Steak House – ACE Hotel & Suites – 3.5 Rating on Zomato

300g. Savor great tasting, tender and nutritious meat cooked according to your preference.

FB: Sky Garden Steakhouse

IG: @skygardensteakhouse

 

Seared – 3.5 Rating on Zomato

Mr. Porter - (18oz) Pan-seared Wagyu Porter House with sautéed asparagus and garlic cloves, served with 2 sides

IG/FB: @searedph
 

For the casual diner, may we recommend…

 

Tender Bobs – 4.0 Rating on Zomato

Tender Bob’s starving Ribeye Steak with mashed potatoes

IG/FB: @tenderbobs 

 

Hogs & Cattle Steakhouse – 3.8 Rating on Zomato

Unli wagyu for only P899

FB: Hogs & Cattle Steakhouse

IG: @hogsandcattleph

 

Café Ysabel – 3.8 Rating on Zomato

A whole aged charred rib steak rubbed with seasalt and herbs, a Spanish specialty inherited from the Vikings (for two).

FB: @cafeysabelphilippines

IG: @chefgino / @chefgenegonzalez

 

La Cabrera – 4.2 Rating on Zomato

Chuleton. Rib-eye, bone in, 15 days dry aged. 1000 g. Comes with free Chicarones (beef chicaron)

FB: @lacabreramanila

IG: @lacabrera_mnl

 

Rosanjin – 3.8 Rating on Zomato

Japanese restaurant from the same group that created Sandaya Yakiniku offers authentic wagyu imported from Japan

FB: @rosanjinrestaurant

IG: @rosanjin.ph

 

Café Lidia – 4.3 Rating on Zomato

200g Australian Ribeye served with Mashed Potato or Rice and Mesclun Salad.

FB: Café Lidia

IG: @cafelidia

 

Dolce Latte – 3.9 Rating on Zomato

Steak and Foie Gras - Grilled US beef tenderloin and pan-seared foie gras served with truffle fries

FB: @dolcelatte

IG: @dolcelatteph

 

Mad Mark’s – 4.2 Rating on Zomato

Signature Steak: Triple Hand Selected USDA Flatiron, prized for flavor and tenderness served with homemade steak sauce and generous side dishes. 

FB: @madmarkshonestfood

IG: @madmarkscreamery  

 

Meatslut – 3.6 Rating on Zomato

Tender and flavorful sous vide steaks under P1000

IG/FB: @meatslutph

 

Mati’s Meat and Bread – 3.9 Rating on Zomato

A subsidiary of Melo’s Steakhouse, Mati’s Meat and Bread offers affordable prime steaks in the South

IG/FB:@matismeatandbread

 

For the diner on a budget, may we recommend…

Mardee’s Steak and Bowls – 3.1 Rating on Zomato

Budget steak perfect for students under P300 complete with soup, rice, and vegetable side dish.

FB: @mardeessteakandbowls

IG: @mardees_steak_and_bowls

 

Everything at Steak – Photo by Michelle Grace Bartolome – 3.5 Rating on Zomato

One of the best affordable steak houses that offer twister fries and potato skin on the side

FB: Everything at Steak

 

Eat & Meet Restaurant – 4.0 Rating on Zomato

Australian certified beef and USDA beef cooked in a stone grill with prices under P400

IG/FB: @eatandmeetph 

 

Brickfire – 3.6 Rating on Zomato

Famous in Katipunan for their student budget-friendly steaks!

FB: @brickfiresteaks

IG: @brickfire_smnorth / @brickfiremarcos

 

And for those looking for a quick Korean fix, may we recommend…

Namoo House – 4.1 Rating on Zomato

Aged USDA Prime Rib Eye, Juicy, tender & well-aged prime ribeye steak grilled over real charcoal

IG/FB:  @namoohouseph

 

Masil – 4.5 Rating on Zomato

160g  USDA high choice rib eye steak charcoal-grilled to perfection right on your table.

FB: @masilortigas

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