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Banchetto: The First and the Original Overnight Food Fiesta

Born in 2006, Banchetto is now open four times a week in three different locations. A fourth location is bound to start operations this coming 21st of September and will go on every Friday night from 8 PM until 5 AM.

 
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Hecky’s Lechon (3rd Level Eastwood City Cybermall)

How can you go wrong with lechon? Well, Hecky's Lechon is exceptional Cebuano lechon joint that will surely make you crave for more.

 
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Johnny’s (3rd Level Eastwood City Cybermall)

If you love chicken and you like it fried, this is the way to go. With a Marikina twist to it.

 
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Goto King (2nd Level Eastwood City Mall)

They are king when it comes to congee particularly goto. One of the many Pinoys' favorite snacks.

 
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Pan de Manila (2nd Level Eastwood City Mall)

It's a modern-day panaderia which sells big pandesals (among other breads) and anything that goes well with it.

 
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Sérye Café Filipino (Eastwood City Walk)

The name “Sérye“ is actually a play on the letters of the family name, R-E-Y-E-S. Named after the family, it endeavors to uphold their culinary tradition: crispy pata, honey-style fried chicken and barbeques.

 
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Mang Inasal (Eastwood Cybermall)

Mang Inasal barbecue endeavors to adhere to elements that bear a distinctively Pinoy stamp: grilling with charcoal, rice wrapped in banana leaves, a marinade concocted out of local spices and herbs, bamboo sticks for skewers, and the ambience that encourages kinamot (the Ilonggo term in eating with the hands) whenever chicken barbecue is served. That's inasal in a nutshell.

 
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Kuwago’s Island Grill (2nd Level Eastwood City Walk)

Serves authentic Filipino cuisine and booze with a live band to suite your music craving.

 
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Dencio’s (Eastwood City Walk)

Founded by Dennis Nakpil and Dennis Mariano Jr. to bring the barrio to the metropolis. They offer some reasonably priced Pinoy food. Name it and they probably got it.

 
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Rufo’s Famous Tapa (Eastwood City)

Rufo's serves delicious, affordable and freshly-cooked tapa and other silog meals 24/7.

 
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