Davao Dencia’s Restaurant is a prestigious restaurant that offers Chinese and Filipino cuisine. It is also an establishment that has been well-loved by the locals of Davao for 50 years. It is said that the current store was opened in 1999, while the first store located in Manila began its operation in 1950s. Since the prices are low and the food tastes wonderful, Dencia’s name became known throughout Davao. The lugaw (Chinese rice porridge) and tokwa’t baboy, which are also included in Dencia’s menu, have a lot of fans in the entire Philippines. Their chop suey is another dish that you should also try out. Japanese customers might like Davao […]
Filipino food is amusing because each district has different characteristics. The menu of Tambayan sa Kanto is centred on Ilocano cuisine. This restaurant uses ingredients that came directly from Ilocos region and the origin of its homey recipes are from the owner’s grandmother who resides in Ilocos. Its hipon (P358), which is this restaurant’s recommended dish, is a healthy soup that has onion, whitebait (Japanese anchovy), tomato, and ginger. Ensaladang gamet (photo 2), a seaweed and tomato salad, and bagnet (P430), crispy fried pork that is cut into small pieces, are just some of the typical Ilocano cuisine that Tambayan sa Kanto serves.
“Revolutionizing Filipino Cuisine” is the strong statement that Cafe de Bonifacio released which focuses on innovation in Filipino food. This café’s original recipe added a delicate twist to the Filipino dishes it offers, which is something worth boasting about. Its dishes have incorporated the cooking principles of Asian countries such as Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. Cafe de Bonifacio’s Lumpia (photo 1) is similar to a spring roll that is then cut and arranged beautifully, making it easy to eat. This restaurant’s Tilapia (photo 2), which looks like it’s going to swim at any moment, is a dish that is very tasty up to its tail!
The original menu, plus, the bold arrangement in its dishes is something that Damaso is proud of. Its entire menu is full of originality and it is said that its menu is inspired by ‘Noli Me Tangere,’ a famous book that is written by the Philippines’ national hero, Jose Rizal. Placido Penitente (photo 1) is a risotto using Northern Luzon’s exquisite brown rice, topped with white fish and baked squid. Customers usually add a hint of lemon to it for a refreshing taste, Smoked BBQ Mango Pork (photo 2) is Damaso’s recommended menu. It is grilled pork that is suited with fried garlic rice, spinach, and nuts.
Since its opening in 1979, this well-established café is loved by many patrons and is considered as Manila’s original bistro (a restaurant for the masses). Filipino cuisine, Western cuisine and rich liquors is enjoyed in here. The wood interior of this restaurant gives off a classical feel, making it a perfect place to just chill out with friends. Its refined atmosphere has attracted many college students and artists, which actually led in nurturing the youth culture of Manila. You can find Cafe Adriatico at the open space café, which you can’t overlook. It faces one of the landmarks in Malate District and Remedios Circle.
Since its establishment in 1973, this traditional Filipino restaurant has been in business for over 40 years. The authentic Filipino cuisine that Zamboanga Restaurant offers, such as fresh seafood, lechon, pinakbet, and lumpia, are loved by many generations. Aside from its food, the traditional dance of Visaya and Mindanao performed in this restaurant’s wide stage is also a highlight of the said establishment. The dance company showcases their talents from 10:30 pm for about 1 hour. Their show is worth a look, so make sure not to miss it. To celebrate weddings and other events, dancers who are under the contract with Zambanga Restaurant are dressed in traditional costumes such […]
Since its establishment in March 2013, this extremely popular buffet restaurant is not only packed with locals but also with customers worldwide. The store’s interior has a warm ambiance that seems to take you back to your grandma’s house. Its inner architecture from the 1920s is still the same, complimenting the restaurant’s dishes. In order to avoid boring the customers, about 70 different traditional and modern Filipino cuisines are prepared for the daytime, nightime, weekday and holiday menus. Not only that, its prices are cheaper than a hotel, successfully accomplishing a high quality dream restaurant: customers can wholeheartedly enjoy food without worrying about the price. Since this restaurant provides us […]
Café by the Ruins has a reputation of serving European and local cuisine with an “All Fresh and Organic” concept. It uses plenty of vegetables in its dishes and bakes its own bread and scones. Some of the café’s desserts are chocolate fondue (P120), which is served with a lot of strawberries, and the strawberry shake (P150). It is already a part of the restaurant staff’s routine to pick strawberries in the morning and use bountiful of them in its desserts.
Kalamundo means “hometown” in Australian language and “Sylvia” is the owner’s name. This place emanates a homey atmosphere, hence, making you feel like you’ve been in a retreat. Moreover, Kalamunda offers food with a fusion between Filipino and Western cuisine. *** Set Menu (P890) Salad with Mustard Dressing and Gorgonzola Cheese Wild Mushroom and Herb Chicken Sauteed US Beef Spanish pa de Valence Custard Strawberry Peach Cake Lemongrass Tea For reservations: maximum of 70 people and minimum of 8-10 people (reservation required)