G/F Net Park Bldg., 4th Ave. cor. 27th St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

4.5 Stars

24 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 13
  • 4 stars 7
  • 3 stars 3
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 1
  • 26 Reviews
  • 52 Recommend
  • 24 Reviewers
Business Hours
Open: 10:00a - 10:00p


  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p

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Take Out:
Brunch, Lunch, Dinner
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Most Recent Reviews

Joy and Lance x.
5.0 Stars

#JLJustLanded recommends:

Caramelized Patis Wings x Laksa Style Halaan Soup x Crispy Pata with Garlic Chili Bits x Laing

--for our 4th month together, we decided to devour some Filipino dishes, with a twist! Props to Lance who researches new places to eat prior to asking me out, with or without occasion. And to add to that, he never fails too! Just like our dining experience in Manam. We both love to eat, yes, but Lance has this thing for weird... or shall I say unique kinds of dishes and loves to prove himself right about it. HAHA

Out of the 4 viands, I loved the caramelized patis (fish sauce) wings. Who would've thought it actually tastes good?! And Lance favored the Laing as it's not the usual spicy coconut based dish.

AND!! To top it all off, did you know all these were below a thousand bucks?! Talk about sulit! 128076

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Ruth S.
4.0 Stars

I was not feeling well the other week and because I can't skip meals and I need to eat "real food" aka not oatmeal or cereals or bread for lunch, Ony and I had lunch together. We went here at around 11am and good thing, a couple just left so we were able to sit right away. Best to go here extra early or prepare yourself to wait because this is still a pretty new place and a lot of people are eating here. I repeat, a lot of people. And they don't accept reservations.

Since we only have an hour to eat, we ordered right away. We got the following: Pancit Molo soup, Crispy Sisig, Caramelized Patis Wings and Rice.

Service was fast as we didn't have to wait that long.

Pancit Molo - soup was hot. Very comforting as it was flavorful and tasty. Not too salty and oily, as well. I like that they added a lot of big meatballs. Around 4-5 pcs. Tip: you can ask for a soup refill but only once. You have to pay for the succeeding requests.

Crispy Sisig - only tried a little since I am trying to avoid oily food. So it's true, this was good. It was indeed crispy and yummy. But I still like Gerry's Grill's sisig. 128518

Caramelized Patis Wings - this was highly recommended by my friend since he enjoyed and liked this before. Found the dish just okay, though. Nothing special.

The small serving size of the rice was big. Can be shared by 2 persons already but Ony finished everything! I think this is around 2 cups of rice. 128563

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Ian P.
5.0 Stars

All I can say is excellent!

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Sandro V.
5.0 Stars

Try their traditional Filipino dishes served with a modern twist like the char-grilled squid stuffed with crab and chorizo! 128077

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Kal K.
5.0 Stars


I loved everything I tried!!

Sisig (so nice and tasty and crunchy!)
Crispy Pata (Crispy na, ang dami pang laman at balat!)
Adobong Kangkong (para may gulay naman kahit konte, para healthy kuno)
Frozen Gin Pom (because college days, its like you tell your old self, uy throwback o, pero frozen siya kaya umasenso ka na bro)
Frozen braso de Mercedes (I don't know if i spelled that right)
Mango Turon with ice cream (maliit na kagat lang nakuha ko inubos kasi ni Arianna K)

Special shout out to Jen and Jasper for excellent service even though our party was full of hangry people at the beginning.

It had been a stressful day for me and that meal just hit every spot that needed hitting.

Good job whoever owns, runs, and works at Manam!

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Abbey A.
4.0 Stars

Finally tried Manam 2 Saturdays ago! I've been wanting to try this place since my friend raved about their Sizzling Corned Beef Kansi!!!

It was my parents' anniversary and I picked this place cause no one has tried it yet but I knew it was going to be a hit!

I did all the ordering! I consulted my friend and he told me to have the Sizzling Corned Beef Kansi, of course! Plus their Crispy Sisig!

From the 2 recommend dishes, I personally enjoyed the sisig so much more!!!! Gah couldn't stop getting more. We got a large size already, good for 4-6, but maybe we should've gotten 2 orders for our group of 8! Haha everyone loved it. No need for extra toyo. My friend said it's so solid because he had it taken out and it remained crisp when they ate it at home.

The Sizzling Corned Beef Kansi wasn't as good as I expected. I think it's cause I was thinking of a more on the salty side kind of dish. Since this was Kansi pala, it was a bit maasim, like a sizzling sinigang. It's good naman mixed with rice, but I don't think I want to order this again in my next visit.

We also had adobo for another main dish. It reminded us of salpicao because of it's garlick-y taste! This was actually really good, tender and flavorful, but then I tasted the sisig after and totally forgot about this dish. We took home more than half of the large serving of this one.

I got the Special Pansit also. It had both thick and thin noodles. It was just the right kind of salty and was filled with good sahog, plus not oily! Not too heavy on the stomach either!

We had Sinigang na Baboy also. We should've gotten a seafood soup, since everything was meat already, but everyone agreed pork! And pork was a good choice! 128076 Tasted homemade! Didn't get to try all the veg in it, but my boyfriend said sarap daw!

Everyone had their choice of drink also. I had a mango shake and it was sweet! 128536 Not one of those rip of shakes in restos.

The large serving is LAAAARGE and sulit talaga here! P500 more or less for each head in our party of 8 for quality food and service! 128077128077 I predicted P600-1000 per head and was so glad it was less, with the drinks already and take out pa!10084

Not-so-downside: No reservations allowed. You have to just be there early and hope to have a table available for your group! Also, all or majority of your group has to be there before you can enter. We had to wait for awhile, so we inspected the menu nalang first while waiting.

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Mico C.
4.0 Stars

The place was packed when we got there at 8 pm. Despite the number of people in the restaurant, we were seated immediately. We were given a seat at the far end. We were given menus and immediately I had a hard time communicating with my girlfriend. The acoustics of the place is bad. I had to lean forward just to hear the selections my partner wanted.

After a bit of shouting, we were able to agree on our order. We asked the waiter if we could get the table adjacent to ours so that I could sit beside my girlfriend. The waiter obliged and the problem of difficult conversation was solved. I don’t think my patience could endure a whole night of shouting and requests for reiteration. I didn’t want to sound like Dory.

The menu items were well thought off with each item having a corresponding item which gave it a twist. We ended up ordering a few best sellers.

Sinigang (Twist): They used watermelon instead of tomato. The soup was slightly more viscous than the typical sinigang. This is a dish which you think may go horribly wrong, but will most probably exceed your expectations.

Crispy Pata (Normal): It is what it is. Flavor was what I expected it to be and that’s why this option is not a twist. This is a very straightforward dish. No surprises.

Strawberry + Camias Smoothie: I love the camias kick. It made the drink more refreshing. The two ingredients blended well. I really liked this drink! Good thing I tried this.

Lemon Grass Iced Tea: Wish this had more lemon grass and less ginger.

Service was great! Given the number of people in the restaurant that night, we got our orders quickly. The only issue I had with the servers is that they dropped a lot of things. During our stay there, which lasted approximately an hour, we witnessed 4 intances of waiters dropping items. One instance involved broken dishes. Other than that, the servers were very attentive and quick.

That’s it for now. Take care everyone!

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Sir Castro A.
5.0 Stars

I’ve been to other Manam branches before but at The Fort branch, it was my first time. The service is superb, although my friend and the staff had the heated misunderstandings over the reservation policy. I apologized for my inconsiderate friend if he was a lil rude. I was in fact impressed on how Jen remained patient in handling my aggressive friend and sticking with the policy.

The food is really the best Filipino food I have ever tasted. As a Filipino, I have tasted Kaldereta, Sisigs and Sinigang countless of times in my life. But they offer tastier Kaldereta and the Sinigang I kept on hearing everywhere. I recommend everyone the Bibingka with fruit shakes, craving for those right now. Their sopas are perfect for rainy seasons. I could taste it wasn’t just cheap powder or coloring food, it’s freshly done.

Their dishes are instagram-worthy, even their balut because it comes with black, brown and flesh salts. The meals are affordable, it’s good for people with a budget. Prices do differ in sizes.

Thank you to Jen and Sam for the impressive service. The place is clean and they have fabulous interior. This is highly recommended.

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Tei A.
3.0 Stars

We got their solo crispy pata thinking it would be enough for the two of us since we still ordered kare-kare. Well it was bitin hehe. Both kare kare and crispy pata were okay, nothing special. It's okay if you just want a no-frills dinner.

The second photo was from another visit. Pinakbet, Adobo and Caramized Patis Wings were all okay too. Good comfort food.

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Jackie S.
4.0 Stars

Loved the food in this place so much, I'd be sure to return.

Their Crispy Sisig is at the top of my list.

Their Crispy Pata and Gising-gising was also good.

Surprisingly the Caramelized Patis Wings was delicious. Never imagined the taste could work.

You can also order Sinigang soup for only P50.00 if you don't want to order the whole thing.

I would have given this place a perfect score but we struggled a bit with their seating policy. They won't place you in a table unless your complete. I initially dropped off my siblings so they can get seats and order ahead while I look for parking. To my surprise, they weren't seated because headcount was 6 but only 4 were present. I get that they're trying to avoid hoarding of tables, but for god sake, not everyone arrives on the same time.

Also, our garlic rice and soup was served a bit cold already.

But as I said. Their food was Good.

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Avarlyn Dantes A.
4.0 Stars

We witnessed an arrogant guest talking rudely to the employees. We felt bad, it’s not their fault if they’re just following the no-reservation policy by the management. We didn’t enjoy our dinner that much, we felt terrible witnessing how guests are stepping down the staff. We wanted to consult the lady servers who the man yelled at, wanting to see if they’re feeling okay, but we don’t want them to know we overheard all the commotion they had. So to avoid the feeling of humiliation, we pretended nothing happened. We left a big tip though. LOL
Also, we felt boggled when the manager didn’t even consult the servers after the guests left. We assumed she’s the manager ‘cause she’s the only one not wearing a uniform. It’s a disappointing to see she’s right there behind the counter just watching the commotion. SMH I’m sure she’s the manager ‘cause she’s wearing civilian clothes with jeans and colorful blouse blah blah Emotions aren’t attached when it comes to business I guess, “business is business” as they say.

All Manam Branches have a good service based on my friends’ blogs and this is the biggest branch they have, so it makes you more relaxed in some ways only ‘cause if you have Claustrophobia or even a little bit of anxiety when it comes to being “in closed”, they have too many servers and it can make you trigger that. Just keep them a heads up and request for one server, IDK, but explain to them and let them know. My cousin has Claustrophobia that’s why she can’t even eat in fast-food restaurants or wait in a long line of cinemas. Okay, that’s another story LOL. Anyway, a server was refilling our drinks, while another server puts the orders on our table, and another one server behind assisting him, then one server getting the additional order from my friend, like relax guys. Why so many servers. Chill. LOL

My friends have been to all branches of Manam. They’re not into Filipino foods, it means the foods here made them love it. The menu is kinda diverse and it’s awesome. You can have seafoods, meats or pork with a twist. You can adjust the serving type Small for single person, Medium and Large for 3 or more people. If you are a vegan or whatsoever allergy, go tell the server to get rid of an ingredient, the service here is awesome. You will be treated awesomely.

I didn’t take much photos, I’m actually not into those things but I guess the food presentations are good for instagram or blogs. The food platings are not messy, it’s really tidy. Everything is delicious, the sinigang is highly recommended by everyone I read online, the garlic adobo isn’t disappointing, the pureness of garlic is really in there.

The university rice paired with sizzling is super the best pair, I can’t go diet anymore. The university rice is like the memories from school, what you used to eat in your college years, you know, like stores near your university that sell fried rice, fried egg with tapa, I think that’s why they named it “University rice”. It’s so cute. I was hesitating to order the ox tail, but I’m telling you, order it, and order big. LOL It’s soft and the sauce is delicious. You will go back to Manam to try other things, you’d crave for more. I like the high ceiling style with lovely interiors.

Don’t forget to order Sinigang and literally try all of their twists, there are “classics” also, the usual ones and twists with, well, interesting twists that will make your head nod and approve. They have glass house, it’s so cool, it’s a glass house like a VIP room and it allows reservations I think.

And be nice to servers, seriously guys come on. LOL

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Mary Love S.
5.0 Stars

I have been eying Manam for quite some time now. Anyone who could resist good sisig at an affordable price is not human (except vegans and vegetarians). Come on, crunchy sisig on sizzling plate at less than PHP200? I’m drooling just thinking about it. After months of planning to visit this place, it finally happened.

Hello, Manam!

The spacious and high ceiling restaurant was barely full at 6:30 p.m.. Diners started to pour around 7 p.m. and it was packed by the time we left.

It was a good thing that I made a mental list of what to order as we were really famished while browsing the menu. We could have ordered more than we could eat that night. After some “process of elimination” for the other dishes F wanted to try, we finally settled with House Crispy Sisig (PHP135, solo), Overloaded Garlic Bangus Belly (PHP175, solo), Gising Gising (PHP120, solo) and Bagoong Rice (PHP95, solo). F ordered Strawberry + Kamias (PHP115) while I went with Mango + Pomelo + Coconut Cream + Sago (PHP120).

The drinks arrived first and both looked good.

F’s drink was refreshing yet a bit tangy because of the kamias. It was balanced though by the strawberries (if it was indeed naturally sweet).

My drink was like the beverage version of Mango Sago with a hint of pomelo. It was delightful yet not exactly thirst quenching.

The dishes were served right after our drinks and the aroma made us drool.

After we hurriedly took photos, we took a small serving of each dish to sample.

I first took a spoonful of Gising Gising and though I loved the coconut milk base, the veggies were a bit too hard to my liking. I have been a fan of this dish and this was perhaps the hardest Gising Gising I have ever munched on. Jay, our server, offered to replace our plate with a new one after hearing my comment but I declined his generous offer as there was only about 3 spoonfuls left.

The Overloaded Garlic Bangus Belly was indeed overloaded with garlic and it was pure bliss! I love anything garlicky! The fish was also cooked perfectly as it had a crisp skin yet the meat remained juicy.

But the star of the night was the crunchy sisig. I have read several reviews about Manam’s sisig and that was the very reason why I wanted to try it in the first place. And true enough, it was great! It was crunchy yet not dry. Drizzled with calamansi juice, you have the perfect salty and tangy killer combination!

The solo size bagoong rice was also perfect for two hungry diners. At first, F wanted to order bagoong rice and University Fried Rice (PHP155) but the server said that it might be too heavy if we also ordered the latter as one bowl is like a complete meal given that it has tapa bits and fried eggs. And it was a good thing we stuck with just one bowl as it was indeed more than just a cup of rice. As for the taste, it was great! Its tangy and salty taste went well with the dishes we ordered.

When we asked for our bill, we were delighted with a complimentary ginataang leche flan. It sounded so weird but it was very good. The consistency of the flan was spot on. It was dense, creamy and very smooth. I loved it!

With Manam’s great food, affordable prices, and noteworthy wait service, I will definitely be back!

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Sean C.
1.0 Stars

These people are arrogant. I walked out, they will not see me again.

They forbade me, yes, forbade me from entering their premises until my whole party had arrived leaving me to stand on the hot sidewalk!

I went to Sichuan instead - even got free desserts for my table of 6.

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Con Chi S.
5.0 Stars

This is a majestic place that I didn’t anticipate it would be, as to the bad reviews I read online. Even though the flies or insects were darn true, the service was great. The foods and prices are compatible. The watermelon is a must-try, and make other people guess what’s in it. Don’t hesitate with the dish that sounds exotic like ox tail and other sisigs, or even the balut with squid salt. It’s one of the reasons why you’ll come back.

My husband and I observed this young woman for she’s an excellent leader to the staff. She said she’s the Restaurant Supervisor and her name is Jen, I praised her leadership. She complied with all of my tiresome requests and complaints about the follow ups and flies.. inside the restaurant.. that’s supposed to be clean and “fly-free”, but the ambiance with a grand service made our stay delightful.

They have a very slow wifi, so you better have your own. The place is a little bit of overflowing because of too many servers so it makes the restaurant full of loitering. The washroom is tidy enough, it smelled good and kept clean. The other servers were nice, some were not. Some smiled and friendly while some were not. The place is big and good for Instagram. :)

For sure, my husband and I will come back and bring our whole family. :)

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Clarissa P.
3.0 Stars

I'm a Manam newbie and I've read a lot of good reviews about this place. It has been recommended to me countless times even before when it was still named NamNam. Never really had the chance to try it because we don't usually eat in restaurants offering Filipino food. Besides, i'm one happy Sarsa and Abe gal - my go to for Pinoy food. Until this one afternoon when I spotted Manam near the office of husband. We settled here for lunch.

The place was so huge! High ceiling, modern interiors, very well lit - the place is inviting. There weren't a lot of people when we went so the servers were attentive. They were patient with me as I threw a lot of questions regarding their order proportions, etc etc. I liked that they offered various serving sizes, small-medium-large, depending on your appetite or the number of people in your group. You can actually order several small orders if you wanna sample a lot and share that with the group or with your date. It's also a plus that you can order a dish cooked in the classic way or be brave enough to get the version with a twist. Lots of options, right?

Their menu is also proud - lots of dishes to choose from. Hubby and I decided to get the following --

Overloaded Grlicky Chicken & Pork Adobo - well marinated, loaded with garlic kind of Adobo. I like food with strong garlic flavor but this one I did not fancy. There was way too much garlic, toasted garlic, IMO, that the taste leaned towards being bitter. The meat was tender, however.

Crunchy Salt & Pepper Squid Rings - these were good. The squid rings weren't too chewy and I liked that the breading was indeed crunchy and a bit salty. Perfect when dipped in vinegar.

Deep Fried Chorizo and Kesong Puti Lumpia - something different, this one had flavorful bits of chorizo inside that went well with the kesong puti. The lumpia wrapper was deep fried to crunchy perfection.

For dessert, we got Turon of Mango and Kesong Puti with Ice Cream. I liked the refreshing ripe mango inside the warm lumpia wrapper. This came with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, drizzle of caramel and sesame seeds. Not so spectacular though.

Didn't get the chance to try their famous Sisig because hubby and I were not in the mood for it. Will definitely give Manam another chance and try more of their dishes.

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Yvonne M.
5.0 Stars

I have been to Manam Greenbelt more than a couple of times; and each visit was always unpleasant since I had to wait for more than 30 minutes to get a seat. By the time the food is served, I was almost always too starved to appreciate the dishes. My always- hungry- stomach tells me not to go back to Manam anymore, as waiting is not in my and my stomach’s vocabulary.

I gave Manam a 2nd chance when they opened their newest store in BGC. Been there about 7 times and never had to wait a single minute to be seated. This time, I remember why I always go back to Manam: First, they have good selection of pinoy dishes like monggo & chicharon, bulalo,CPA, overloaded garlic bangus belly, house crispy sisig and other pinoy comfort food. Next, I like that they have sizes of Small, Medium, Large. That means flexibility in terms of ordering your tried and tested favorites vs “experimental” dishes. Third, I like that diners can choose between “Classic” or with a “Twist” type of cooking/food preparation. Depending on your mood for the day, you can either be adventurous (Twist) or boring (Classic).

Good food, good place, value for money. Go ahead and try.

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Ninya G.
4.0 Stars

Totally comfort food! I love their pork sinigang, salt & pepper calameres and sisig! I want to try their watermelon sinigang next time! 128523

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Elmer R.
5.0 Stars

I am awed at how delicious the dishes were: sinigang na beef ribs in watermelon, sisig and ube bibingka. My first sortie with Manam was 2 years ago in their pioneer store at Greenbelt 2 and i believe they have evolved much better.

The sisig was my first time to try, drooled from that post by Peanut D and sure is delicioso the best for me now. Dishes and even the desserts come in small, medium and large size so fret not if your a solo diner. Sure to come back here many times more.

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Peanut D.
5.0 Stars

Somebody stop me from ordering this thing. 128557128557128557 Why is it so good??? I had enough self-discipline to order just the small size even though in my heart of hearts, I knew it was longing for the medium.

Service is always good here. Hope they keep it that way! I promise I will TRY to order something else next time!

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Charles P.
5.0 Stars

Best sisig in manila for me =)

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