Taguig is filled with a lot of restaurants serving delicious meals and desserts —whether it’s an international or local cuisine.

Some restaurants even have Michelin stars. Bonifacio Global City (BGC) hosts a lot of offices and malls but looking for affordable lunch deals might be a bit of a challenge especially if you’re looking for something delicious just under the budget.

But fret not! You can still enjoy mouth-watering dishes —you should just have to know where to spot them.  We compiled a list of restaurants where you can buy that sweet lunch with their locations. Here are 10 tasty lunch food options in BGC under P200:

1. Moshi Koshi

Location: G/F McKinley Parkway, Market! Market!

Craving for noodles? Ready your tummies for a bowl of affordable ramen for only under P200. The Japanese noodle house offers various Japanese staples like donburi, teishoku, curry, and even o-bentos.

The ambiance is welcoming, with a touch of Japanese culture in its interiors. The glass windows let natural light in. You surely get your money’s worth because every serving of noodles is almost half a pound.

What to try: Yakisoba (P155), Shoyu Ramen (P195), and Shio Ramen (P195)

Insider tip: You can also buy Matcha ice cream in the store.

2. Grams Diner

Location: Crossroad, 32nd Street, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig

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Perfect for those who crave breakfast meals all-day is the small diner, Grams Diner. The diner is known for their tapa, breakfast meals, and comfort food. A great hangout place for catch up sessions and lunch with your office mates. If you fancy a cute take on pancakes, you should try their Signature Silver Dollar Pancakes. These bite-size buttery pancakes is perfect with crisp bacon strips and fluffy scrambled eggs.

What to try: Signature Silver Dollar Pancakes (P110)

3. Sweet Ecstasy

Location: 2/F Uptown Parade , 36th Street cor 9th Avenue

Lunchtime is usually an hour long, so you’ve got to make the most out of your time so you can enjoy your daily meal. A good alternative is Sweet Ecstasy’s  Classic Cheeseburger, which is a handy but heavy meal you can take anywhere you go. They serve 100% pure beef burgers in toasted brioche buns, as well as milkshakes, fries, and chicken wings.

What to try: Classic Cheeseburger (P195)

4. Frankie’s

Location: 2/F Crossroads, 32nd Street, Fort Bonifacio

When we talk about wings, Frankie’s will always come to mind. After all, they have a lot of wing varieties from the usual buffalo wings to the spicy glazed chicken. You can choose from the normal or boneless wings, and their meals are also served with rice. So, this is perfect for a quick lunch fix

What to try: Buffalo Chicken Burger (P180), Boneless Wings with Rice (P193)

5. Birdhouse

Location: 4/F Uptown Mall, The Food Hall, 36th Street cor 9th Avenue, Fort Bonifacio

Everyone loves fried chicken. Even though a lot of restaurants offer fried chicken, there are still those who get to the top of the list like Birdhouse. It is a homegrown chicken brand that serves your deep fried chicken dishes cooked in different ways.

What to try: Barnyard A (P165) and Barnyard B (P175)

Insider tip: You should also try their new chicken wings while you’re at it. Flavors: K-bomb. Cheese and Caramel Popcorn, Roasted Garlic Parmesan, Pepper Cream, Smokehouse Barbecue

6. Tatang’s

Location: LGF SM Aura Grocery Food Stalls, Fort Bonifacio

Craving for Filipino food? Tatang’s got you fam. They offer the all-time favorite Cebu lechon, known for their crispy boneless lechon belly. The resto offers affordable lechon value meals with their classic and spicy lechon, as well as other Pinoy favorites like sisig, dinuguan, and many more.

What to try: Lechon Belly Value Meal (P99-P110)

7. Shawarma Bros

Location: 2/F BGC Stopover Pavilion, Rizal Drive corner 31st Street, Fort Bonifacio

Shawarma Bros might have started out as a shawarma joint in a food truck six years ago, but the shack has moved up to the scene with their quality wraps and rice. They have a simple set up of metal tables and chairs, and when your order is ready, the order puck will buzz.

What to try: Keema Rice (P119), Chicken Shawarma Rice (P169), Beef Shawarma Rice (P179)

8. Sushi Nori

Location: Food on Four, SM Aura Premier, McKinley Parkway

Of course, if you would like a handy meal for lunch, you can also opt to have sushi for take-out. Sushi Nori offers grab-and-go of your favorite sushi flavors. They are the first temakeria in the country so rest assured you get to enjoy quality hand-rolled temaki (sushi burrito). You may also enjoy a 6-pc sushi rolls set. There are also sushi bowls and salad available.

What to try: California Maki (P169) and Torched Tuna Temaki (P179)

9. Adobo Connection

Location: G/F One World Square, McKinley Hill

Filipinos love their Adobo. The soy sauce-marinated dish is deeply rooted in our long history with Spain and continues to live on as one of the Pinoy staple dishes in every household. If you miss adobo, you can enjoy it at Adobo Connection. The restaurant offers traditional versions of the favorite pork, chicken, and even beef adobo at very affordable prices. And what good? They have unli rice!

What to try: Crispy Flakes Meal (P149)

10. Eden Food Hall

Location: 32nd & 5th Building, 5th Avenue corner 32nd Street, BGC

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If you’re looking for a place where you can choose various dishes from various cuisines with a wide space for eating in groups, Eden Food Hall is the place for you. They offer a lugaw, crispy pata, and international cuisines like Indonesian and Thai.

What to try: Nasi Goreng (P160) and Beef Rendang (P185) from Bakmi Nyonya; Bagoong Rice With Pork (P165)

With these affordable food options, your lunch woes will be solved.


Where are other affordable lunch spots you know in BGC? Let us know in the comments!

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