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  • Greenbelt and Glorietta

    4 out of 5 stars

    Manila Restaurants

    Part two of My Umu Japanese restaurant tips with more pictures. Umu Japanese restaurant in Dusit Hotel Manila in Makati City is knowned for really expensive but very satisfying japanese cuisine and they have seasonal promotions for the different japanese regional cuisines with the japanese goodies flown strait from japan hence the amazing...

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  • Malate

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Manila Restaurants

    One of the Popular Locally Owned Tex Mex Fast Food Chain is the Army Navy- Burgers + Burrito which is a relative newbie in the mexican and tex-mex fast food scene at it was founded only in 2009 but now has more than 35 branches around the Metro Manila Area and around the Philipines! the restaurant has a military barracks type of ambiance where the...

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  • Native Restaurants

    4 out of 5 stars

    Manila Restaurants

    ADO'S Panciteria or Pancit ni Ado has been pleasing Pasiguenos since 1952 and has become an iconic restos to the surrounding communities and anyone who happens to stumble upon it. Situated just down the road from the Catholic church of Pasig or Simbahan ng Pasig 126 A. Luna St. Bgy. Malinao in pasig. near sumilang. They really got their pancit...

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  • The Podium

    4 out of 5 stars

    Manila Restaurants

    Part two of House of Wagyu Restaurant with more pictures! one of the most expensive steakhouses in Manila, offerring Australian Raised Wagyu Beef. (Wagyu is a generic term for cattle derived from wagyu cattle from tajima in kobe, japan. Wagyu is the cheapest japanese style beef, kobe is more expensive, matsuzaka even more expensive, ohmi very...

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  • Jollibee

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Manila Restaurants

    The Jolibee at Robinsons in Laoag, the hamburger was cold, had to ask no pink sweet sauce, FF;s were cold had to ask for hot fries I dont think they are trained in proper holding times.. Chicken has a weird taste (not good way), BUT the staff was very nice & helpful.. I guess it depends on quality of food your used to.. coke was flat.. glass of...

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  • Greenhills

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Manila Restaurants

    Crystal Jade is an international Chain of Shanghai style chinese restaurants which have branches in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and here in the Philippines. It is one of the first restaurants to offer Shanghai type of Chinese Cuisine and the most famous of the shanghai food is the xiao long bao, a savory prok meat dumpling filled with...

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  • Rockwell

    4 out of 5 stars

    Manila Restaurants

    This restaurant is located at the Rockwell mall. They mostly served Italian food, so if you want to add some Italian on your journey, simply go here. But I tell you, its not cheap! Infact, this should be considered as a one time treat! The menu ussually hit a wooping 5-15$ a meal! (does not include drinks) And the servings are kinda a small,...

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  • El Pueblo

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Manila Restaurants

    a lot of the japanese expats from the asian development bank eats here so i guess they approve about the quality of food, only is too expensive for me. total bill of 796.37 - tenderloin steak - 2 coke light - gyoza (8pcs)

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  • Delicious Halo-Halo

    Jollie Bee is Philippine's no.1 Burger house. It is like MacDonalds but becuz it is Philippine owned and the food and meals perfectly blend to the taste of the locals, it is therefore popular than MacDonalds. We found out that there's more varieties in this burger house, like pancit canton pancit guisado (local delicious noodles) and breakfast like...

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  • The number one fast-food chain in the...

    I must be honest. I don't like all Jollibee branches because the franchisees build their branches according to target markets or demographics(yeah, yeah...all businesses do that...let me expound). They don't want to make a too swanky Jollibee outlets in areas that could probably have lots of pickpockets nearby or something(Why would I go there?)....

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  • Don't even try

    EVEN TRYING TO DINE HERE WAS A HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE....We drove for more than two hours facing heavy rains and a snail-paced traffic from our place to MOA (Mall of Asia) just so some receptionist could turn her nose at us and tell us that they'd be closing at 10:15. We arrived at around 8:45 and were trying to get our party signed up but when we...

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  • Filipino Delights

    Max's has been existing in this country since the mid 1940's and it has been through hell and high-water. Their name has always been synonymous to good Filipino Cuisine and they are most famous for their chicken (they are also called "The House That Fried Chicken Built").It was handled by Francorp since 1988. The old was merge with the new. They...

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  • The Aranetas have conquered the...

    Note: I know I should put more local chains here, but even if this is an international one, they "Philippinized" it.Who are "they"?The Aranetas own the master franchise and they have made this resto-chain family-friendly.Most of the branches have very alert and efficient staff. They are neat and very, very courteous.The food is very, very...

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  • Every finger lickin good food

    I was walking up from one of the local diving shops when i noticed a line up of people standing out past the sidewalk.I looked up to see on their sign that this place is called the Blue Carabao Diner.The sign also has pictures of their specality,carabao {Philippine water buffalo} offered in two soups. I ventured in to take a look and seen that the...

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  • Authentic dishes

    For authentic Philippine cuisine dining, you must try jj's foodstream in Tagbilaran city.My favourite dish during my last night in Bohol province was 'Kinilaw'. It is actually raw fish steeped in vinegar to 'cook' the soft white flesh. The balance of the sourness with the sweet richness of coconut sauce was just perfect. The lime added was nice...

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  • Bataan Lunch

    Caught two really cool local places. Dhey's was one of the restaurants on my way to Bataan. Nice cool drink. Fish and coca-cola.

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  • Maureen Gabriel Of Dencio's is rude!!!

    MAUREEN GABRIEL you suck!!!!!there is a very unrespectful emloyee in your resto that has a very foul mouth! what kind of resto are you if you can't control and teach your own employees to respect people!!!!i think that you should think of firing her because if you dont, she might just injure a lot more costumers in the future because of her...

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  • The best Filipino food in Manila!

    My last VT meet was in Manila at Dencio's Restaurant. It was suggested by Aida (asianbelle). The restaurant is very close to the Megamall and very convenient place to eat. There were a lot of young people hanging outside just looking at their laptops and some people were just chatting and drinking their beer.The ambience of the restaurant was...

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  • NEVER AGAIN

    AT LAST....THIS IS OUR 3RD ATTEMPT EATING THIS RESTAURANT, THIS RESTAURANT IS JUST OPEN RECENTLY, BECAUSE EVERY TIME WE VISIT THIS RESTAURANT IT IS FULL PACK WHAT EVER THE REASONED I DON'T KNOW THAT WHY WE MAKE IT APPOINT TO VISIT THIS RESTAURANT EARLY AS 4PM FOR A DINNER BUFFET. WE ARE SO CURIOUS WHY SO MANY PEOPLE WASTING THERE TIME FOR AN HOUR...

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  • Don't Miss The Fresh Seafood!

    A fresh seafood market. You can pick the food you want and have it cooked for you. Or you can go in a place, order off a menu and eat it that way. Shrimp and Crab!!

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  • over rated food and annoying name...

    The ambience is quite good for dining in a country side and for its being an italian restaurant,I find it lucky enough to dominate the place for not having other competition in business! In addition, that it's place is in a popular leather shoe making destination wherein similar of what in Italy is famous of.although Liliw leather shoe is much...

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  • FAST AND FURIOUSLY YUMMY PINOY FOOD

    The food is traditional Pinoy style- especially the chicken which is the specialty of the house! Most Pinoys know the real taste of MAx cannot be duplicated so it is best to make a reservation at your local restaurant as it can be packed to the rafters especially during Christmas season like when we usually go to the Philippines! I love the fresh...

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  • CLASSIC and MODERN PIZZAS plus YUMMY...

    This place in trendy Greenbelt in Makati, Metro Manila surprised us with their authentic Italian pizza crusts which are not so oily but quite substantial. Another surprise was the salads which were really tasty and with fantastic dressings! I am not much of a salad eater but I was really into my Caesar salad which had very fresh ingredients and...

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  • Lift your feet

    The experience of having lunch next to a waterfall and the cooling water running around your feet was a new experience.The food which was plentiful was very good all of which was local cuisine. The cottage we opted for, was right on the water it was cool and relaxing, we were also seranaded by a group who could both sing but play their guitars very...

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  • Pancit Canton

    Another dish I honored a lot was Pancit Canton. It is supposed to originate in Canton, China but since I haven't been there I have no idea if the chinese version is also tasty. What I know is I couldn't resist trying it again and again. If you are a vegetarian you can order it without meat, only veggies. But the authentic recipe is with pork(or...

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  • Lechon Baboy - a national dish

    Lechon can be found in most restaurants but the best is made at home by Filipinos. It is said to originate from Spanish cuisine. It is a suckling pig, that is a young pig that has been fed only by its mother's milk. ( leche means milk in Spanish). It is cleaned thoroughly and stuffed with aromatic herbs. The seasoning differs from family to...

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  • Fish Sinigang - my favourite

    While in Philippines I was literally living on fish sinigang. Sinigang is tradiotionally cooked with pork , beef, chicken or shrimps but as fish is my favourite I steadily ordered fish sinigang. This is a sour soup with tamarind(which gives the sour taste),onion, garlic,cubed or whole tomato, salt and pepper and kangkong (water spinach). They say...

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  • Yum Yum Top Silug...

    You can find little shacks all over the city of Cebu that sell differing forms of these rice dishes. Try the corn silug or spam and rice for a cheap yet hearty meal! Cornsilug, top Silug, chicken, spam

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  • Crustasia: The Freshest Crab and Seafood...

    Crustasia Crab & Seafood House, the latest restaurant from the people behind the reputable Red Crab Chain, offers incredibly sumptuous seafood cuisines which are a mixture of different Asian influences. It is a haven for the freshest seafood and the best of Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese and Filipino Cooking. The menu is very impressive with its crab...

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  • Balut in the Bottle

    THIS PERMENTED CHICKEN EGG EMBRYO COMMONLY CALLED BALUT A FILIPINO DELICACY NOW IN THE BOTTLE AND EXFORTED IN OTHER COUNTRY .

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  • PERMENTED CHICKEN EGG EMBRYO

    Balut. That much-loved, much Filipino delicacy: favorite of beer drinkers all over the country it is usually sold late at night but the most yummy Balut sold out 24 hours 7days a week in a small restaurant in Arlegie Street Quiapo they only serving Balut in there restaurant Those who love eating this Filipino delicacy swear by just how tasty it is,...

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  • Chinese Food

    If you are looking for affordable place to eat, this is a good bet. This is one of my favorite restaurants to go to when I'm in the mall. This is what I call, Chinese food with the Filipino twist since their dishes are adapted to the filipino taste buds. When we have balikbayans, they always request that we bring them here to eat. We always order...

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  • Don't Miss the Fresh Talaba

    I highly recommend this buffet restaurant, the staff is courteous and polite, the ambience is real Pilipino, and the food is delicious, the buffet cost php219 (less than US$5/pax) they have over 59 dishes to choose from, name Pilipino food they have it, the Lechon de Leche (sucking pig) and Fresh Talaba (oyster) served nightly. Come and try there...

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  • Don't Forget the Beef Short Ribs

    Everyday we fast by to this restaurant because my 3rd kids school is on the way to this Petron station where one stands a small place with the sign, "Everything at Steak." , We ignored this restaurant thinking this restaurant is like a typical restaurant that you can find in a gas station, but one day when we pick up my daughter from school she...

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  • Don't Miss The Mango Bravo

    This is not an Italian restaurant It a serve good pasta Conti, the restaurant features an eclectic mix of Filipino, European and a few Japanese dishes, along with sumptuous pastries and desserts, the house specialty. The simple decor is highlighted by a glass-enclosed garden. If you haven't eaten at this place, you're missing a lot. The food is...

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  • Dencio's QC branch has unrespectful...

    MAUREEN GABRIEL you suck!!!!!there is a very unrespectful emloyee in your resto that has a very foul mouth! what kind of resto are you if you can't control and teach your own employees to respect people!!!!i think that you should think of firing her because if you dont, she might just injure a lot more costumers in the future because of her...

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  • More than Cakes and Pastries

    When Red Ribbon entered the Filipino Market in the 1970s, she had to offer something that the other famous bakeshop wasn't offering. She offered first class affordable cakes and so much more (which was good because the competition improved their products too). The dining area is a fast food "type", but since they cook your meals after you order...

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  • One of the best Filipino resto

    One of the best restaurant to go to in Manila is at Filos which is located at The Fort strip. Just take the taxi and tell the driver to bring you to The Fort Bonifacio Global City in Taguig. Here you will find good Filipino dishes at a reasonable price. This is one of many Filipino fine dining restaurants but be comfortable to wear your casual...

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  • Beyond Churros con Chocolate

    Dulcinea has been a part of the Philippine restaurant scene since the 1960s. It started with one shop in the heart of Manila and now it has branches in the major commercial areas in Makati, Alabang and Quezon City and in the SM malls, among others.Apart from the Churros con Chocolate, another reason why I love dining at Dulcinea is the ambience. It...

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  • Sisik - chopped up roasted porky

    This is found in most food stalls and restaurants. It is usually in a pot and you can just point at it and you will be served a portion on a plate. Goes with rice. Had my share of Sisik when I was in Angeles City. It's roasted pork chopped into pieces and mixed with slices of onions and fresh chillies with dash of lime.Delicious in taste.Price :...

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  • Longganiza and Tocino

    These are specialities of Province of Pampanga. I tried these two special dishes in Angeles City - a sari-sari stall. See details in Angeles City travel page Tocino - "honey-cured pork" is pork marinated in a sweet sauce (slightly pinkish) and deep fried. Taste is real delicious - sweet in taste. Something like the Chinese "char siew".Longganiza -...

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  • Krock..krock ... crunchy bite -Chicaron

    This snack food can be found anywhere in Philippines. You want to know what these are?? Yes, it's pork skin (mixed with some flour), deep fried till crispy.. You can be addicted to it..... chewing it with the krock..krock sound.. It tastes like any snack crunchy crackers.. maybe tastier :)Per packet of chicaron : 10pesos! (sometimes comes with...

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  • Empanada - Filipino pancakes

    The empanada is made by rolling out a small piece of dough on the banana leaf and fillings of shrimps, vegetables and egg are placed on top of the flat pastry and then fold-over. The uneven edges are then trimmed off using the edge of the bowl. The ready "puffs" are then deep fried in a hot wok. Great as snacks and for tea breaks.I tried my...

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  • "Pinoy" Indigenious food

    Indigenous or "Pinoy" food are a blend of Malay, Spanish and the Chinese cooking. They are usually eaten with rice. You can order them in ala-carte form (in pricey places) or by way of "turo turo" ("point, point") in small shops or stalls.I tried the Ilocano (a Pinoy food) food at La Preciosa Restaurant in Laoag. See address of restaurant under...

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  • C2 (Clean and Cool)

    You can get it anywhere : in restaurants, stalls, street vendors, supermarkets and convenience stores. C2 is a local brand and is very saleable .... I have been drinking it almost everyday!. It is a refreshing cold fruitty drink that comes in many flavours : green tea, apple, strawberry, lemon...You will actually crave for it during a hot, hot...

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