Where to Eat at Westgate Center Alabang

A lot of people I know travel down South for its chill vibes and laid-back cool environment. As a South Girl, I get to be asked good places where to dine. While there’s the common Aguirre Strip in BF Homes in Paranaque and Alabang Town Center, not to mention Festival Mall which is expanding and renovating, there’s Westgate Center which is known as the Village of Flavors.

What I love about Westgate is their open spaces, pockets of greenery, and just a chill place to hang. It’s like a mini village within a big village, combining innovative dining, retail, and lifestyle. It’s perfect setting for a sumptuous lunch or a relaxing dinner with family and friends. So recently we had a food crawl and yes I was able to eat at these restaurants for a whole day! So here’s the list of what’s not to miss at Westgate Center:

 

BROTHER’S BURGER

We all know for sure Brother’s Burger as the 90’s favorite when you’re craving for king-sized burgers right before all these new burger places. Now, they also serve flavored wings and other specialty burgers!

 

Where to Eat at Westgate Alabang

Big Brothers Burger

 

Where to Eat at Westgate Alabang
Soy Pepper

 

Where to Eat at Westgate Alabang
BBQ Jalapeno

 

Where to Eat at Westgate Alabang
Garlic Parmesan

 

Must Tries:

BBQ Jalapeno and Blues Brothers Burger

 

 

 

ALBA’S

You don’t know Spanish food until you’ve been to Alba’s! This restaurant is very known for their authentic Spanish dishes and their lunch buffet, serving the best of their best.


Where to Eat at Westgate Alabang
Gambas con tocino a la parilla | Gambas al Ajillo | Chorizo Fritos | Paella Valenciana

 

Where to Eat at Westgate Alabang

 Solomillo a la Alba | Paella Negra

 

Must Tries:

Paella Valenciana, Paella Negra, Conchinillo Asado

 

 

BUTAMARU

It’s a specialty ramen shop that will satisfy your Japanese food cravings. They have the five basic kinds of ramen— Shio, Shoyu, Miso, Curry Tantanmen and my favorite Tantanmen! They also have other fusiion dishes such as the Curry Gyoza and the Cheese Hane Gyoza.

 

Where to Eat at Westgate Alabang
Takoyaki

 

Where to Eat at Westgate Alabang

Shoyu | Gyoza | Toriten | Curry Tantanmen

 

Must Tries:

Dry Ramen and Takoyaki

 

 

NEIL’S KITCHEN

One of the best Filipino Restaurants and the most talked-about dining spot in the South not only because of their super delicious Filipino food but also because of their Instagram-worthy interiors. They’re known for their Filipino classics with a modern twist. I swear I can still remember the unique flavors of each dish!

 

Where to Eat at Westgate Alabang
Crab Fat Palabok

 

Where to Eat at Westgate Alabang

Menudo Mania

 

 

Where to Eat at Westgate Alabang
Sisig Canelloni

 

Where to Eat at Westgate Alabang

Ooh-La-Laing!

 

Where to Eat at Westgate Alabang

“Sloppy K” Beef Caldereta

 

Must Tries:

Tokwa and Seafood, Crab Fat Palabok, Sisig Canelloni, “Sloppy K” Beef Caldereta

 

 

After all the eating, I had a bloated tummy filled with yummy dished and I don’t regret it after all! Sorry, I wasn’t able to include the price list but you can always check their website and social media accounts! Let me know what made you drool in this post.


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This is a co-sponsored post by Westgate Alabang. All thoughts and experience stated in this post are entirely my own.

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