Hapag Manila – Where Fine Dining Feels Like Home

Here are some details about Hapag Manila if you are planning to dine here.

HAPAG MANILA – Private dining restaurant Hapag MNL serves familiar Filipino flavors and here are some details about this fine dining place.

Filipino foods often come in kamayans, fiestas, massive pots of stews, whole roasted pigs, and many others. The flavors would always flood us with dear memories and the Hapag Manila is surely one place where we can dine without the feeling of being intimidated.

The restaurant is included in the 2021 Essence of Asia and the brains behind the Hapag’s “progressive Filipino cuisine” are Chef Thirdy Dolatre, Chef Kevin Navoa, and Chef Kevin Villarica.

The place has a classy yet homey vibe with its wooden, minimalist interiors and warm lighting. This restaurant stresses and highlights the country’s best local produce, ingredients, and regional cooking methods.


Location: 201 Katipunan Avenue, Project 4, Quezon City
Email: [email protected]
Contact: 0919-430-6144 (from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM)

Operating hours:

Wednesday to Thursday:
Dinner first seating at 6:00 PM
Dinner second seating at 7:30 PM

Friday to Sunday:
Lunch seating at 11:00 AM
Dinner first seating at 6:00 PM
Dinner second seating at 7:30 PM

On their lunch menu, guests will be served:

  • House bread and spread
  • Panimula (Octopus Warek Warek, Pansit 911, Seasonal Sorbetes)
  • Salu-salo (Sugpo sa Aligue at Kalabasa Miso, Bistek Shortribs, Mushroom Sisig Silog)
  • Panapos (Halo-halo)

On their dinner menu, guests will be served:

  • Snackbox (Chicken Inasal Crackers, Choutax Na Baboy, Ilocos Empanada, Soy Caramel Kutsinta, Keso at Kabute Tartlet)
  • Panimula (Sinuglaw, Bonete, Street Food, Alimango, Kinaskas)
  • Salu-Salo (Binusog Na Manok, Inihaw Na Baboy, Inadobong Pugita)
  • Panapos (Gamet, Langka, Triangulo Valencia, Katmon Swits, Kababayan)

Based on their website, they also have a wide selection of wines that may be served by glass or by bottle. They also have their signature cocktails like Pomelo Negroni, Sinulog, Mapapa-Moras Ka, Sinigang, and Palitaw. They also have beers, lambanog, whiskeys, cognac, vermouth, juice, iced teas, and coffees.

They also have wine pairings.


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