A premier mall in Taguig invites diners to its restaurant tenants now accepting dining in guests.
With required safety protocols in place, Paul Boulangerie and Niu Vikings at SM Aura are open for those eager to once again sink their teeth in the former’s freshly baked Flute Ancienne and Flute Sesame, and the latter’s bestselling steamed fish.
Japanese food lovers can look forward to Yabu’s signature katsu specialties, Ogetzu Hime’s Matsukasa Sukiyaki Tempura, or Ramen Nagi’s create your own ramen. Other Japanese restaurants open include Genki Sushi, Ikkoryu Fukuoka, and Nadai Fujisoba.
Spanish paella, wines, and tapas await at Barcino’s; Chinese dishes at Lugang Café, Paradise Dynasty Four Seasons Chinese Cuisine, and Tuan Tuan; Southeast Asian flavors at Banana Leaf; authentic Mediterranean dishes at Hummus Elijah; and Italian delights at Cibo.
Filipino food can be savored at XO Bistro Heritage, Mesa, and Manam’s SM Aura branches.
Restaurants and other food outlets offering sweet treats such as Paper Moon and its milk chocolate crepe cake, Mary Grace and its cheese rolls and ensaymadas, Crazy Crepes’ crepes are also open. Bread Talk, Cinnabon, Baskin Robbins, and Brownies Unlimited are ready to serve customers.
Starbucks and Toby’s Estate Café are also open to serve hot and iced coffee for their customers. Milk tea, frozen yoghurt, and fruit juice enthusiasts can get their favorite flavors from Melon Pan Ice, Merry Moo, Tsujiri, Pink Berry, Pure Nectar, and Tiger Sugar.
Other restaurants that are open for dining are Honolulu HK Café, Jollibee, KFC, McDonald’s, Farmery, Pepper Lunch Express, Poke Poke Express, Sizzling Plate, Teppanyaki Brothers, The Great American Burger Joint, Jin Joo Korean Grill, Prego Trattoria, Nanyang, and Rack Shack.
Should customers prefer to dine outside of the aforementioned establishments, SM Aura has designated two areas at the Atrium and Skypark where they can enjoy their ordered meals and ensure proper social distancing
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