food, products or place Zip code or address


Pinoy Chicken Curry

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 ...

2 review Add to Favorites

Embutido: Pinoy Meatloaf

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 ...

0 review Add to Favorites

All Roads Lead to Jollibee

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.

0 review Add to Favorites

Pig-out at Max’s

Max’s breakfast buffet offers popular Filipino breakfast fares from daing, tocino, scrambled egg, longganisa, sinangag, lugaw, garlic rice, paksiw, itlog na maalat (salted eggs), etc.

0 review Add to Favorites

Lamon at Patio Filipino

My San Francisco friends brought us to Patio Filipino during my last visit there. The food is outstanding, according to my standard at least. Actually, my standard is pretty simple – if a dish can make me eat more than 2 cups of rice, then it passes my taste standard.

1 review Add to Favorites

“Food is Love” Contest

It's February. Love is in the air. Are you starting to feel it? Kung hindi pa, maski may date man o wala, let's celebrate love by sharing our love thoughts. What special dish/food makes you think of love and why?

1 review Add to Favorites

Till Next Holiday Season

The holiday is over, sad to say. But we’re glad to hear amazing food stories and photos from our readers and friends. Check out some of the photos shared by our friends in’s event last Christmas.

678 review Add to Favorites

Fisherman’s Wharf

Strolling in San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf where the freshest seafood such as crabs, clams, lobsters, oyster and many more are abundant

1 review Add to Favorites

Chicken Sopas

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.

0 review Add to Favorites

Tokwa’t Baboy (Tofu/Pork Mash Up)

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.

1 review Add to Favorites