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Where I Eat View All

Patio Filipino

1770 El Camino Real, San Bruno, CA 94066, United States

Patio Filipino serves great tasting and authentic Filipino cuisine in south of San Francisco area.

 
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Abe (Trinoma)

Edsa corner North Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines

Kapampangan cusine is one of my top regional food in the Philippines. Abe is an upcoming torch bearer of Pampanga cuisine. Rich, authentic and delicious food.

 
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Bacolod Chicken Haus

6320 N Lincoln Ave. Chicago, Illinois 60659

Maskara ambiance, chicken inasal and batchoy. You're in for a Bacolod treat.

 
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What I Cook View All

Pinoy Chicken Curry

2 Reviews

If I will think of one Filipino dish that can't be eaten without a lot of rice, I think it is Chicken Curry. The coconut-curry sauce is just perfect for white steamy rice. Though not originally Pinoy ...

Embutido: Pinoy Meatloaf

1 Review

Americans have their meatloaf and Italians have their meatball. We, Pinoys, have our very own embutido. The sweetness of the vegetables, meaty juice from the meat and a touch of creaminess from ...

Chicken Sopas

0 Reviews

This is a typical Filipino pasta/noodle soup that is inexpensive, highly nutritious and a complete meal in itself- it has protein, starch and vegetable all in one dish.

Tokwa’t Baboy (Tofu/Pork Mash Up)

1 Review

Tokwa means tofu while baboy means pork in Filipino. This is a simple mash up of boiled pork parts such as belly and ears and fried tofu soaked in soy-vinegar sauce.

Easy, Lemony Chicken Inasal

0 Reviews

Chicken Inasal is now big in the Philippines. This is a popular chicken grill that originated from Bacolod in Iloilo region. This dish left a good imprint in my food memory for the first time I tried it whenRead more

Pancit Malabon

1 Review

Pancit Malabon is a native Filipino noodle dish using tubular rice noodles with shrimp-base thick sauce, just like palabok or luglog, and with generous garnishing of pork crackling and seafood such as shrimp...

What I Think View All

Pinoy Chicken Curry

2 Reviews

If I will think of one Filipino dish that can't be eaten without a lot of rice, I think it is Chicken Curry. The coconut-curry sauce is just perfect for white steamy rice. Though not originally Pinoy ...

Embutido: Pinoy Meatloaf

1 Review

Americans have their meatloaf and Italians have their meatball. We, Pinoys, have our very own embutido. The sweetness of the vegetables, meaty juice from the meat and a touch of creaminess from ...

All Roads Lead to Jollibee

1 Review

Jollibee is the most popular fast food chain in the Philippines and now branching out to big cities in the US where there are big Filipino communities.

What to Do View All

Malabon Kulinarya Festival

Malabon, Philippines

The City of Malabon launched a month-long celebration to commemorate its 413th Foundation Day. In connection with their founding anniversary...

 
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