Top 10 American Restaurants in Manila

Looking for an American restaurant near you? In fact, there are many American restaurants in Manila and other parts of the Philippines. Included are both independent eateries and popular chains.  Here are 10 of the best!

Cake decorated like the American flag. Photo Credit: Roman Boed.

Food and Beverage

Americans celebrate Independence Day on July 4th. And they celebrate Thanksgiving on the 4th Thursday of November.

But you don’t have to wait until an American holiday to enjoy mouth-watering American fare in Manila.

In fact, with the large number of U.S. nationals living in Manila and other parts of the Philippines, there are plenty of restaurants serving everything from burgers to steaks, pizzas to salads.

But make sure to call ahead if you want to make sure restaurants will be open and that they will have something yummy on the menu.

Where to Eat American Food in Manila

Homesick Americans and fans of American food can find comfort with some down-home comfort food at the following restaurants, which feature American fare on their menus.

In fact, you can expect juicy hamburgers, mouth-watering BBQ, and fried chicken as well as cold beer, fine wine, and signature cocktails.

Therefore, click on links beneath photos for direct access to restaurant websites for menus, hours, and phone numbers if you want to make a reservation.

In fact, many of the American chain restaurants have multiple outlets in Metro Manila. Moreover, they also have outlets in other parts of the Philippines.

1. 1166 Bistro and Bar


Hotel La Corona Manila, 1166 M H Del Pilar Street, Manila, Philippines.

Starters, salads, seafood, meats, vegetables, rice, pasta, noodles, sandwiches, pizza, and desserts.

2. Texas Roadhouse


4th floor, Uptown Mall, Bonifacio Global City, Philippines and G/F S Maison, Conrad Manila, Seaside Blvd, Pasay City, Philippines.

Starters, salads, soups, hand-cut steaks, country dinners, and desserts.

3. Murray’s New Orleans Jazz Kitchen


Bonifacio High Street, Taguig, Manila, Philippines.

Appetizers, salads, soups, Southern smoked BBQ, cast iron skillet steaks, thin-crust pizza, and pastas.

4. Denny’s


Uptown Parade, 9th Avenue, Fort Bonifacio Global City, Taguig,  Philippines, and several other locations around the country.

Family style American restaurant with feel good food you’ll want to eat every day.

5. TGI Fridays


Stall 0193, Robinsons Place Manila, Pedro Gil St. Cor. Adriatico St. Ermita, 699 Zone 72, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines – and nearly 20 more locations throughout the Philippines.

Appetizers, burgers, sandwiches, Jack Daniel’s Grill, signature mains, steaks, ribs, soups and salads, pasta, local favourites, flat breads, and desserts

6. Wild West Roadhouse Grill


Bldg. 1 Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Philippines.

Starters, salads,  seafood, steaks, ribs, chops, chicken, fireside favourites, burgers, and desserts. burgers, sandwiches,

7. Racks


Numerous locations around the Philippines.

Starters, soups, salads, house specialties, premium selections, seafood, pasta family platters, sides, and desserts.

8. Shakey’s Pizza Parlor


Numerous locations around the Philippines..

Starters, soups, salads, pizzas, chicken, pasta, wholesome combos, group meals, and desserts.

9. Cowboy Grill


A. Mabini Street, Ermita, Manila, Philippines, and other locations.

Best sellers, pizzas, samplers, chicken, seafood – the list goes on.

10. Kenny Rogers Roasters 

kenny-rogers-roasters-american-restaurantNumerous locations around the Philippines.

Soups, salads, pasta, sandwiches, wraps, grilled plates, combo meals, desserts – the list goes on.

11. Chili’s Philippines


SM Mall of Asia and several other locations around the Philippines.

Pastas, ribs, quesadillas, burgers. desserts- the list goes on.

If You Would Prefer Mexican Food …

Americans love Mexican food. So check out the following link if you’d rather celebrate the nosh on some Mexican fare …

Where to American Food in Other Asian Cities

For more on the Fourth of July and why Americans celebrate it as their national holiday, click HERE.


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