[BGC EATS] Asian Bites at Pink Panda


Bonifacio Global City has always something new to offer to people like us who love to eat and explore. That’s why it is one of our favorite spots to go to if we are in the hunt for good food. In our recent EATSperience, we discovered something new in a familiar place. Something new in a familiar place? Find out why and join us as we share with you our Asian Bites at Pink Panda! Enjoy!

Hello there, Pink Panda – BGC!

We mentioned that we found something new in familiar place, because the location of Pink Panda is on the same spot where Crisp on 28th was. Having been able to eat at Crisp on 28th, Pink Panda has a similar vibe to what the former restaurant offered their diners. Casual and chill ambiance with an Asian touch from the paintings and the interior. Perfect spot for lunch breaks, after office night outs and family meals.

Pink Panda’s Asian Bites!


When we arrived, we asked our friendly server for the recommended dishes. And she suggested quite a lot, enough to make our tummies full. We had dim sum and buns, rice bowl, pho, pork and chicken dishes. All very Asian with a their very own twists.

Steamed Pork Siomai
Php 95

Steamed Pork Siomai will always be one of the most comforting dim sum for us. We loved that the wrapper was not that thick and that it had a good amount of pork filling.

Panda Sisig Buns
Php 145

The Panda Sisig Buns was a unique concept and it actually worked pretty well for us. Soft buns filled with creamy and tasty sisig, with just the right amount of spiciness. One of our favorites in this EATSperience! Well done, Pink Panda!

Tamarind Chicken Wings
Php 290

This Tamarind Chicken Wings was a family favorite! Baby Eats enjoyed eating the perfectly cooked, juicy and crunchy chicken wings. And the sesame hoisin dip? Perfect! A good balance of sweet and savory flavors, all in one bite. We will definitely order this again when we come back.

Bulalo Pho
Php 380

The idea behind this Bulalo Pho was a genius. 2 comforting soup dishes merged into one. The Bulalo or Beef shank is big enough to share for 2 people and the dish itself is good for sharing. However, the beansprouts was too much for us. It would have been better if the beansprouts was served on the side, and to just be added accordingly. But the soup? It was really flavorful, we could taste both Pho and Bulalo flavors.

Chicken Satay Rice Bowl
Php 180

For the price and the serving size, Pink Panda’s Chicken Satay Rice Bowl is a win! Sweet and tender satay with pickled vegetables and heaps of rice. This is must-try for the people who are eating our for a lunch break. Their rice bowls can be in sets too. Just check the menu and ask the server about it.

Cereal Pork Bagnet
Php 340

Another dish that we will surely order when we come back. The Cereal Pork Bagnet was cooked perfectly. Juicy and crispy pork with an added crunch from the cereals. And their awesome vinegar dip was so good, that we could not stop ourselves from eating this.


It was fun going back to a familiar place but this time with a new discovery. A fusion of Asian and Filipino dishes that can surely satisfy one’s desire for good food. So if you are in the hunt for a good place to dine during your lunch break or after work meal, or if you are just eating out with the family and you happen to be in BGC, check out Pink Panda! That’s it for this edition of EATSplorations, ’till next time!

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Pink Panda

Ground Floor, Alveo Corporate Center, 28th Sreet, The Fort, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City

+63956 912 4941

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Operating Hours:

11:00am to 12:00mn (Mon-Sun)

Budget: 1000 php for two

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