NAIA Terminal 3: List of Restaurants for Passengers & NON-PASSENGERS (Landside)



Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) is the Philippines’ primary gateway. It chiefly serves the Greater Manila area, a usual layover destination, and nearby provinces in Luzon. The airport has four terminals — NAIA Terminal 1, 2, 3, and 4. Terminal 3 is the newest and the largest.

Officially inaugurated in July 2014, Terminal 3 was part of the expansion plan to increase NAIA’s capacity to accommodate the burgeoning volume of passengers. Currently, it serves international flights, but it still welcomes several of Cebu Pacific’s domestic routes. The final plan gears toward appointing Terminals 1 and 3 to facilitate international flights and Terminals 2 and 4 to handle domestic flights.

Today, NAIA Terminal 3 features various restaurants and shops that even non-passengers can access! Yes, you read it right. This article will help you navigate your way through NAIA Terminal 3 restaurants & dining options. Here’s the list of food and dining options in NAIA Terminal 3 Landside. Again, these establishments are accessible to both passengers and NON-PASSENGERS.


Important Terms and Reminders

But before we proceed to the list, here are some helpful reminders and definitions of terms.

  • Passenger vs Non-Passenger. This one is already obvious. Passengers refer to those with confirmed flight tickets and travel documents for check-in, immigration, and security checks. Non-passengers are those who are accompanying and sending off their passenger companions, family members, loved ones, or colleagues.
  • Landside vs Airside. Landside refers to the public area or zone BEFORE Immigration Section and Outbound Security Check. Airside pertains to the restricted passenger-only area or zone AFTER passing through the Immigration Section and Outbound Security Check.
  • The Departure Hall’s check-in lobby (Level 3) where airline counters are located is strictly guarded and gated. The zones allowed for the general public to access are anywhere outside the restricted check-in lobby.
  • The Arrival Hall on Level 1 is open to non-passengers. The general public can roam and wait anywhere outside the Custom Section barrier.
  • Entrance to the Public Landside Zone. Non-passengers can enter the public Landside area from Terminal 3’s multi-level parking or through the Manila Runway footbridge connecting NAIA 3 to Newport City. The Multi-level parking can be accessed from either the Arrivals access road or the Departures upper access road. Just follow the road sign leading to the terminal building. From Newport City, the Manila Runway leads to Level 4 of the terminal.

NAIA Terminal 3 Restaurants & Dining Options

Note: Level 3 is primarily for Departure Hall concerns and transactions. The restaurant lists below are subject to change without prior notice.

NAIA Terminal 3 Restaurants Level 1: Arrival Hall

As of October 2023, here are the food establishments on Level 1:

  • 1st Colonial
  • Burger King
  • Caffe Te Ree Ya
  • Caffe Xpress
  • Canaly Pasalubong
  • Chowking
  • Dunkin’
  • Fiesta 7107
  • Jollibee
  • Krispy Kreme
  • Lawson
  • Tsim Sha Tsui Dimsum
  • Wendy’s

NAIA Terminal 3 Restaurants Level 2

As of October 2023, here are the food options on Level 2:

  • Denny’s
  • Lutong Bahay
  • Reyes Barbecue
  • Royce Tea

NAIA Terminal 3 Restaurants Level 4

As of October 2023, here are the restaurants and food options on Level 4:

  • 7 Eleven
  • Binalot
  • Caffe Xpress
  • Grand Kitchen
  • Kenny Rogers Roasters
  • Krispy Kreme
  • Kusina
  • Jollibee
  • McDonald’s
  • Merlion Cafe
  • Pancake House
  • Pan de Coco
  • Potato Corner
  • Raku Ramen
  • Shakeys
  • Sissy’s Diner
  • Subway (Soon to Open)
  • Tako
  • Tim Hortons
  • Turks
  • Uncle John’s
  • Unli Rice
  • Uy Pasalubong
  • Wendy’s

NAIA Terminal 3 Restaurants Level 4: Food Hall

As of October 2023, here are the dining options on Level 4:

  • Aero Pizza Centrale
  • Army Navy
  • Cafe Mary Grace
  • Chowking
  • Goldilocks
  • King-Men
  • Max’s
  • Mong Kok Bistro
  • Ramen Nagi
  • Shanghai Saloon
  • Shitamachi Tendon Akimitsu
  • Via Mare

NAIA Terminal 3 Transportation Options

NAIA 3 is easily accessible by private car and public transportation. The terminal is directly connected to the NAIA Expressway. If you are taking public transport, you can board the P2P premium bus service, book a car via a ride-hailing app, or hail a taxi. For more information about airport transportation, have a look at our other related articles:


Where to Stay Near Manila Airport (NAIA)

Did you know that you don’t need to step outside NAIA Terminal 3 if you’re looking for no-fuss accommodation? The Wings Transit Lounge is on Level 4 of NAIA 3, just behind McDonald’s. The property is perfect for a quick stopover.

It offers three types of basic lodging: capsule, twin, and family. The capsule features a cocoon-type space, much like the Japanese capsule hotels, while the twin and family rooms provide bunk beds. Basic amenities include free Wi-Fi connection, unlimited hot and cold drinks, a luggage storage area, and shower access with toiletries. You can also avail of the lounge seats, a massage service, or a foot spa.

If you’re looking for a full-service hotel to stay in for a night near the airport, here are some hotels to consider:

If you want more suggestions with more details about each hotel, you can also check our Top 10 Hotels Near NAIA (Manila Airport) article.


Related Article: NAIA (Manila Airport) Transportation Options


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