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qwekqwek

  • Qwekqwek is the food persona of Mark de Leyos who is an intense IT consultant by profession and an ardent food enthusiast outside the corporate world. Propelled by his constant hunger, he is always sniffing and tasting food from place to place; and at times, creating dishes in his own kitchen.
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365 Restaurant

 
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Kabalen

 
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Max’s

 
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Pinoy Grill

 
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Aling Mary’s

You could smell the fresh pan de sal from a couple of blocks away from the store. Other than the popular Filipino baked goods, they also serve home-cooked Filipino dishes such as adobo, laing, ginataang langka, palabok, dinuguan and many more. This place is worth checking out if you're craving for Filipino food here in Vancouver.

 
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Mayas at Jony’s Beach Resort

One of the most interesting is the Filipino-Mexican fusion food from Mayas at Jony's restaurant. Chef Jun Salme is making a successful (and delicious) attempt to combine both cuisines, which makes a lot of sense since both Philippine and Mexico have Spanish lineage.

 
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Max’s in Vallejo

A popular Filipino restaurant in the Philippines which serves authentic Filipino cuisine has branched out to the US.

 
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8065 Bagnet

Bagnet is an Ilocano delicacy that involves drying pork under the sun, slicing it into smaller pieces, boiling it, deep frying it and repeating the last step after letting it dry for at least 20 minutes.

 
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Elias

Elias is one of the characters in Jose Rizal’s Noli Me Tangere and is also the name of this restaurant in Bonifacio High Street.

 
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Tagpuan

 
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