Eden Food Hall is a 24-hour food court located at Bonifacio Global City. Eden provides diners with choices from local cuisine represented by the humble lugaw, to international favorites like the Bakmi Goreng and Takoyaki.
There are a total of 11 food stalls to choose from, and it can get overwhelming deciding where and what to order. Here are our top picks for each stall at Eden:
The food hall is decked in stark white walls and wooden furniture, in a sort of ambiguous industrial-meets-whimsical kind of fashion.
They also have a couple of these cute wall art on the pillars.
The Food Hall is open for 24 hours, from Monday to Saturday making it ideal for both daytime and graveyard shift workers.
In the middle of the food hall is the drinks station which offers soda, coffee, and spirits.
They use Dark Matter Theory coffee beans from EDSA Beverage Design Group.
The selection at Eden is mostly Asian, with a couple of Western choices thrown in. Listed below are our favorites, not listed in any particular order.
Bakmi Nyonya – Indonesian
Bakmi means “noodles” and Nyonya loosely translate to “Wife.” Put together, Bakmi Nyonya translates to “Noodles ni Misis”
Bakmi Ayam (₱ 150) • Tossed Noodles, Bok choy, Pickles, Chicken & Mushroom, Served with Soup
For Indonesian cuisine, I tend to gravitate towards chicken dishes. The noodles are firm and the chicken is well-seasoned. It’s worth noting that Bakmi Nyonya’s noodles are proudly handmade.
Sate Ayam (₱ 175) • Grilled Chicken with Peanut Sauce
Can’t go wrong with the classic Chicken Satay. I can’t get enough of their peanut sauce!
Ayam Goreng (₱ 160) • Succulent Fried Chicken Marinated in Turmeric and Other Spices
Could be consumed just on its own, but best paired with their rice and sambal.
Es Teller (₱ 160) • Indonesian Fruit Cocktail
Kind of like an Indonesian halo-halo. Didn’t expect to love coconut meat and avocado together. Great choice for battling the heat.
Suki Gyouza (Menu) – Japanese
Gyoza (₱ 80 for 6 pcs.)
Sometimes, you just have to focus on one thing and do it well, which is what the folks at Suki are doing. Their gyoza has a good sear on one side and has a good meat to vegetable stuffing ratio. You can also buy a bag of 30 frozen dumplings for just ₱299.
Empress Kitchen – Mixed Asian
At Empress Kitchen, you make your own combination depending on how hungry you are. Start off with a rice bowl at just ₱ 120, or create a whole platter for ₱ 150. A platter includes one entree, an appetizer, one noodle dish, and rice. We loved the orange chicken as an entree.
But our top entree pick for Empress Kitchen is their beef bulgogi. It’s so good, they usually get sold out by lunch and have to make another fresh batch for dinner.
JD’s – Japanese
JD’s serves the most commonly ordered Japanese food at restaurants. But the star of their stall is the Takoyaki.
A bit pricey at ₱ 80 for four pieces, but they are packed full of ingredients and are much larger than the ones found in malls.
Chang Thai (Menu) – Thai
Chef Aof Suwannalert brings Thai fare to the general public at very affordable price points.
Thai Bagoong Rice with Pork (₱ 165)
Even though the prices are at the lower end for Thai Cuisine, Chang Thai does not scrimp on its serving size. There’s a good balance of flavors in this dish.
Papaya Salad (₱ 100)
Light, refreshing, and with the right amount of crunch.
Pad Thai (₱ 180)
The flavors of the Pad Thai seem to have been altered to cater to the Filipino palate, but nonetheless, it’s unbeatable value for money.
Rafik Shawarma (Menu) – Middle Eastern
Rafik Shawarma serves shawarma as wraps and rice platters, with meat options like beef, chicken, wagyu, and lamb.
Large Chicken Shawarma Rice Plate (₱ 200)
Pungent garlic sauce and good spice on the meat. They also serve falafels, but it was a miss for us.
Pepa Wings – American
Pepa Wings keeps their menu simple by just offering wings in a variety of flavors.
Six Wings (₱ 149)
Decently-sized wings, my favorite flavor is the Garlic Parmesan. The dips, however, tasted too similar to one another.
Chicago’s (Menu) – American
Chicago’s serves mostly pasta and pizza, with some entrees like ribs thrown into the menu.
Baked Macaroni (₱ 130)
Their Baked Macaroni is on the sweeter side of the spectrum, but undoubtedly delicious.
Seafood and Veggie Alfred (₱ 130)
This was surprisingly good! Fresh shrimp atop a creamy bed of fettuccine.
Gastro Grub – Western
Gastro Grub is a complex mix of American, Tex-Mex, and European offerings – they have burgers, tacos, and fish and chips.
Egg Sandwich (₱ 90) • Buttered Bun, American Cheese, Caramelized Onions, Scrambled Eggs, Chives, and Sriracha Mayo
Comically named “The Insignificant Egg Sandwich,” but I beg to differ – its medley is hardly insignificant. I love their use of Sriracha Mayo for that added kick of spice.
Lucky Hickory Belly (₱ 130)
The pork had a good thickness, but I wish there were a more significant amount of vegetables.
It’s nice to see a stall that focuses on affordable, healthy food given that it’s located right across St. Luke’s.
Wild Wild West (₱ 180) • Shredded Carrots, Buffalo Chicken Bites, Greens, and Herb Ranch
Great choice if you’re looking for a quick but healthy snack. You can also have it as a wrap for ₱ 190 if you’re feeling hungrier than usual.
Breakfast Smoothie (₱ 130) • Apple, Banana, Cinnamon, Oats, Coco Sugar, Chia Seeds, Greens, and Soy Milk
This is a filling smoothie – this alone is enough to substitute one whole meal. I love that they use non-dairy milk also! You can even purchase their metal straw with a cleaner for an additional ₱ 120.
Bulacan Lugaw – Filipino
Bulacan Lugaw serves Filipino merienda favorites.
Lugaw with Egg (₱ 70), Lumpiang Togue (₱ 30)
Sometimes, you just need a good bowl of comforting lugaw paired with lumpiang togue especially on dreary days.
Dessert Table (Menu)
The most exciting stall for me! I love a good dessert. One look at their poster that said “Thai Milk Tea Soft Serve” and I was sold.
Thai Milk Tea Soft Serve (₱ 90/Solo)
I love that they serve this with actual boba. It rounded out the whole milk tea experience for me.
Classic Milk Tea Soft Serve + Waffle (₱ 140)
The chocolate waffle was fluffy and not too sweet, a perfect pair for the classic milk tea.
Overall, our experience at Eden Food Hall was definitely memorable. I was in a state of food coma afterward, but in a good way. I will definitely be back for the Bakmi Ayam, the Beef Bulgogi, the smoothies, and the Milk Tea Soft Serve. Budget at ₱ 250/head.
EDEN FOOD HALL
Address: 32nd & 5th, 32nd St, Taguig, Metro Manila (across St. Luke’s)
Open 24 hours from Monday to Saturday
Email: ed[email protected]
Facebook: Eden Food Hall
Live an Awesome Life,
Monique of Team Our Awesome Planet
Disclosure: Our meal was courtesy of our friends from Eden Food Hall. I wrote this article with my biases, opinions, and insights.