Filipino cuisine may not have an international reputation but one thing Filipinos love to do is to eat, as seen in the many restaurants, bars, cafés, and coffee shops all over Manila. Some of the more prominent restaurants that serve Filipino food are Aristocrat (capital Manila), Abe (Taguig) and Via Mare (various branches). The influx of expats all over the metro has also brought in international and fusion cuisines like Japanese, Indian, European and African. The epicenter of dining in Manila is Greenbelt in Makati. Ortigas Metrowalk in Pasig, Eastwood and Timog in Quezon City, Malate in Manila, and The Fort, Serendra and Bonifacio High Street in Taguig offer a wide range of dining options that suit every budget and appetite.