If there's anything we like more than envisioning digital campaigns, it's food. It's the fuel that nourishes our creativity and the comfort that makes long nights easier.
Fortunately, M2.0 is just beside Tomas Morato, where some of the best restaurants in the Philippines have set up shop. Needless to say, we've tried them all and have settled on our favorites.
99 Scout Lozano St.
We love Lola for the ambience and the food. A bit hidden from busy Tomas Morato, the restaurant is a converted home. Featuring a sleek, modern design, it's the perfect place for an intimate dinner with officemates and clients.We adore Lola's tartufo, vongole, and kare-kare!
256 Tomas Morato, cor. Scout Fuentebella
When we want to Zen, we eat at Kimono Ken. The Japanese contemporary and fusion cuisine is divine and the service is first rate. Try out its chicken curry, different katsus, bacon asparagus maki, and various sushis
Greens Vegetarian Restaurant and Café
92 Scout Castor St.
Our foodie ways can take a toll on our bodies. When that happens, we eat at Greens.Ensconced in relaxing and homey old house, the restaurant is a lacto-vegetarian paradise. The barbecue wrap, clubhouse sandwich, shepherd's pie, and house salad are great at cleansing the stomach and soul.
Uncle Moe's Shawarma Hub
F7 Building, Scout Rallos Street
Our favorite uncle offers tasty and affordable Persian cuisine. It’s a great place for a quick lunch out with the team. Beef shawarma rice is always a favorite, especially when washed down with AllMyTea.
57 B. Scout Tobias
Named after a valley in Peru, Mantaro is where our salary often goes after we just received it. The mom and pop restaurantoffers the best chicken in the Philippines – Peruvian style. Aside from the mouthwatering food, the owners bring a friendly warmth to the table found only at home.
Give our office a call! Let's have a lunch date soon, talk about business, and eat to our hearts content.