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The OG Ube Champorado Is Now Available At The Podium

This is their second branch!
Friends and Family boasts of mouthwatering, nostalgic Filipino comfort food that was once served in different Manila eateries and diners for the past years. The first branch is at High Street, Bonifacio Global City, but now, they recently expanded with a new concept called the Friends ...

You Can Find Strawberry Sinigang At This QC Restaurant

Yes, it has strawberry slices.
They say you shouldn’t mess with a classic and if you are a sinigang purist, you may balk at the mere mention of putting fruits such as strawberries in sinigang. We say, don’t knock until you’ve tried it: this fruity twist on ...

Kuya J's First-Ever Cafe + Restaurant Will Offer Calamansi Muffins + More

If you’re a fan of Kuya J’s Filipino dishes, you will love this, too.
We all know Kuya J as a restaurant that serves delicious Filipino food, but now they've expanded their menu to the coffee and merienda crowd with the recent opening of the first-ever Kuya J Cafe in Park Square, Makati City.The Kuya J Cafe will ...

You Have To Try This Delicious Bibingka With Ube!

The calamansi tarts are to die for, too!
If you love local flavors and pastries, these new treats will hit the spot. Newly-opened Manam Cafe at the SM Fashion Hall boasts a Minatamis, Tinapay, at Kakanin menu for people who love rice cakes and Pinoy pastries. Make sure not to miss the calamansi tart (P220): it has a crisp, ...

Yummy Chats with Top Chef Alum Leah Cohen

We talked to the Fil-Am chef about representing Pinoy food, being on a reality TV show, and more.
We caught up with Top Chef alum and chef-owner of the popular New York City restaurant Pig & Khao after her stint at last weekend's Madrid Fusion Manila convention. We talked to her about her roots, how she started cooking, and what it was like ...

5 Global Pinoy Restaurants You Need to Watch For

Filipino food is ready to go global.
The world is buzzing about Filipino food. Writers and food nerds from the world over can’t stop talking about the bright, bold, sometimes confusing, and always fascinating flavors of Pinoy cuisine. Whether it’s umami-packed adobo or the colorful halo-halo, people can’t seem ...
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