At Bonifacio Global City (BGC), a sprawling financial district east of central Manila, dozens of restaurants line both sides of the outdoor dining strip in Forbestown Road.
Prices at the 300m-long enclave are a bit steep for the average Filipino worker. A cup of gelato costs 155 pesos (S$4.30), a bowl of ramen is 455 pesos, and it costs up to 3,500 pesos for a plate of premium Angus beef. Yet, the restaurants are packed every day, drawing diners from the tens of thousands of workers, tourists and residents who occupy BGC's high-rises. Read More via StraitsTimes.