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Skippy's - New Australian Restaurant in Manila

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September 18, 2013 / Pacific Rim / By
Matthew Edmunds

I just tried a new 'Australian' pub / restaurant recently opened at Bonifacio Global City in Manila. (Philippines)

I have listed the food under 'Pacific Rim' becuase Australian food is not offered as an option (Dear Eat the Planet - please add Australian as an option as it is a distinct food style).

Skippy's is a new venture of Australian owner 'Steve' and his Filipina partner 'Tina'.

A very friendly, warm, and welcoming place and if you are craving Australian delicacies such as 'Kangaroo burgers', or 'Bugs' - then this is the place to head.

In addition -- large falt screeens adorn the walls and show live feeds of Australian Rules Football and of course RUGBY (Steve is an avid fan).

The flavour of the place is relaxed, down to earth and just like a neighbourhood pub so if you are in the mood for a round of darts or pool, a pint, and some good down home grub, then check out Skippy's.

Matthew

Skippy's

Country: Philippines

Province/State: Manila

City: Bonifacio Global City

Address: 25th Street

Zip/Post Code: 1643

Location Tips: N/A

Phone: N/A

Website:N/A

Price Guide:$$ (What's this?) N/A = home cooked meal,etc
$ = street food, fast food,etc
$$ = bistro, cafe, pub, bar,etc
$$$ = fine dining,etc

You can't get more Aussie than a Kangaroo dish!
Dinh
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