FOOD Restaurants in the Philippines
Before, foodies in the Philippines would need to travel just to savor surely authentic food from different countries, but now they can experience it easily--all thanks to the never-ending openings of restaurants all over the metro offering various foreign cuisines. One such restaurant is the FatFook Kitchen in BGC, Taguig that only serves the best of Taiwanese food.
Nikkei Nama seeks to celebrate the food of both cultures, with ingredients that complement each other as if they were meant to be combined. And to give a new savor to Nikkei's frequent diners, Nikkei Nama is serving dishes one can only find in this branch--thanks to the collaborative effort of South American Chef Juan Barcos and Filipino Chef Richie Buenaventura.
At the end of the day, the objective must be to relieve one’s soul of workloads that, for sure, are stressing you out. Meet with friends, and get in some revelry are among the favorable ways to make it. Thinking of a new place for a perfect night-out? Visit the hip restaurant named Concepto, located along Manalac St. in Poblacion, Makati.
Barbecue stands along the streets are a common sight in the Philippines--this street food has undoubtedly been one of the ways Filipinos would bond and enjoy the simple pork or chicken skewers with family and friends. B&B Grill in Pampanga upped the barbecue game by pushing the simple stand into a restaurant, pairing grilled meats with ice cold beer.
Souv! By Cyma is a modern restaurant in BGC that offers everyday Greek food perfect for both meat and vegetable lovers. Opened in 2017, Souv! by Cyma 's unique concept came from Chef Robby Goco’s famous Cyma Greek Taverna restaurant which serves as its casual sister restaurant. It is inspired by a popular Greek grilled fast food called “Souvlaki,” thus the name Souv.