6 Restaurants Frequently Visited in Westgate Alabang

The Kitchen Mom took another food adventure to the city of South to check out 6 restaurants frequetly visited by people in Westgate, Alabang. I've been living in the South area since childhood days. South area is very well-known for some  landmarks like the Bamboo Organ, Sarao Motors, and the old  salt farm.

South area continue to progress attracting more investors and people to relocate in this area because of the relaxing and nice environment. Investors started to build bigger malls, food parks, and place that are great for the family to visit and to chill out with friends, one of it is in Westgate Center Alabang, Muntinlupa City.

Westgate Center Alabang is 9.2 hectares with a street style concept like  a neo-cosmopolitan setting. It's like a village within a big village. The concept of this is giving patrons and customers like the main street ambiance for more relaxing.
Since this momma has interest in food, I will take you to an awesome food adventure inside Westgate Center. I visited 6 of the most visited restaurant that will satisfy my hunger . . .


For my first stop, Melos serve a nice appetizer which is Waldorf Salad. The combination of leafy greens, thinly slices of duck breast, wall nuts,  raisins, apples with the homemade cranberry sauce.
I can say Melo's gave us a great start by serving the Waldorf Salad.

Brother's Burger 
For our second stop is the Brother's Burger which been in the food industry since 1999. It was one of the good sign that Brother's Burger is doing good in their business. They only use 100% prime choice of imported beef for their burgers.  They are well-known for their specialties such as Brothers Cheese Steak, Crispy Fish, Grilled Chicken, Onion rings and a lot more.

I was able to indulge some of the designer burger and 4 kinds of chicken wings. I can recommend the Garlic Soya for kids and people who like simple but nicely flavored chicken. For the burgers,  I like the Boss Burger and Ranchero with Bacon, simple but heavenly delightful for burger lover.

Alba Restaurante Español
Alba's is well known for its Spanish cuisine in the Philippines. They have been in the business since 1952 satisfying everyone palate especially to those who are craving for some Spanish food. Alba's was founded by Don Anastacio Alba.
I was able to satisfy my craving for some Spanish dishes.


Is a total haven for Ramen lover!
Butamaru means " pork circle"  Butamaru is a specialty ramen shop. Their Chef Jerome Lim was trained under Sugimura-san of the Menko Noodle Company in Japan. Five Basic kinds of Ramen (Shio, Shoyu, Miso, Tantanmen and Curry Tantanmen )

Niel's Kitchen

Instagram worthy " Instagramable" places that serve awesome Filipino comfort food with the best modern twist.
Chef Niel Ramos is the man also behind the Hills at Silang.  He decided to cater to what Filipino most love to eat which is Filipino comfort food and giving each dish a nice modern twist.
Aside from being an Instagram worthy place and serve food with an awesome presentation, diners can also relax and read their favorite books.

Sinigang Paella with Grilled Pork Belly and  Sinigang Noodle Soup


As we all know UCC comes from Japan and one of the most popular coffee chain now in the country.
They offer signature coffees scrumptious desserts, and Japanese Inspired dishes.

Mocca Jelly

Aside from  a nice dining experience here in Westgate Center, this place is also nice where in kids can play near the fountain. Not only adults will have a enjoyable day here but also the younger generation.

For more of TKM Food adventure, you can visit my Instagram account @thekitchenmom and Facebook Page @TheKitchenMom and please do always visit my blog for more of my featured restaurants www.thekitchenmombydhess.com

Once again, thank you lovelies for reading my new post on my online diary. Till our next adventure!

Have a great weekend lovelies! Mwuah!


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