The Podium is now opening its doors not just for mall-goers but also for dine-in customers as they now allow restaurants to welcome customers who wants to eat inside the restaurants. They can also try out the mall’s new dining spaces at the Roof Deck Garden on the sixth level and Atrium East on the second level.
As restos are currently limited to 30% on dine-in seating capacity, the extended dining spaces can accommodate overflow from any of the mall’s restaurants. Diners can enjoy their meal inside the restaurant or opt to have it at the new dining spaces. The Podium’s Roof Deck Garden offers shoppers a unique al fresco dining experience amid lush gardens and the city skyscrapers, while the Atrium East’s garden-inspired set-up is perfect for those who prefer dining indoors.
With this, mallgoers can order food directly from pop-up restaurants at the dining spaces. At the Atrium East, mallgoers can enjoy their favorites from New Bombay, Souv by Cyma, Uma Uma, and Xing Fu Tang; and from fine dining Japanese restaurant, Sen-Ryo at the Roof Deck Garden.
Of course, there are additional safety protocols at the mall’s restaurants. New dining spaces are strictly implemented to ensure the safety of diners. These include: registration and filling out a quick health survey form; thermal scanning; sanitation stations; disinfection mats; disposable menus, diagonal or solo seating; marked seats and tables set apart to observe physical distancing; designated safety protocol and sanitation officers; and frequent and thorough disinfection of tables, seats, and the dining area.
Restaurants are Ready to Serve
The Podium’s restaurants now open for dine-in service include: fine dining favorites
and other restaurants like Paradise Dynasty Sen-Ryo, and Shanghai Saloon; as well as modern Filipino restos Lola Café, Manam Cafe, and Nono’s.
Enjoy Asian regional fare from Banana Leaf, Bowl’d, Healthy Shabu Shabu, JinJoo Korean Grill, Juju Eats, Kimono Ken.
Other Asian restaurants available are, Mann Hann, Marugame Udon & Tempura, New Bombay, Nikkei, Shi Lin, Tai Koo HK Roast, Tsujiri, Uma Uma Ramen, and Yaku.
Savor again European cuisine specialties you’ve missed from Ca Va Café, La Vita, Motorino Pizza, Salvatore Cuomo Café Souv by Cyma, and The Café Mediterranean; as well as the much loved Cocina Peruvia from Latin America.
Café bakery Wildflour, Starbucks Reserve, and Famous Amos are also open for your cravings, and baked delights.
Foodies can dine in at the Corner Market, the mall’s food hall. Indulge in crowd favorites: Bird House, Ca Phe Saigon, Catch of the Day, Char Express, Easy Tiger, Gusto, La Taqueria del Chupacabra, Sundays, Stockwell Cafe, and The Rabbit Hole.
Whether it’s Sunday brunch with the family, intimate date nights, or a quick catch up with friends, enjoy safe dining at your favorite restaurants and cafes at The Podium with the new mall hours of 11:00am-8:00pm from Monday to Thursday, and 10:00am-8:00pm from Friday to Sunday.