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Goto King (2nd Level Eastwood City Mall)

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Eastwood Cybermall, Eastwood Avenue, Quezon City, philippines

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

Pan de Manila (2nd Level Eastwood City Mall)

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Eastwood Cybermall, Eastwood Avenue, Quezon City

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

Mayas at Jony’s Beach Resort

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Boracay Island, Malay Aklan Boracay 5608, Philippines

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 Read more

Mang Inasal (Eastwood Cybermall)

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Eastwood Cybermall, Eastwood Avenue, Quezon City

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 Read more

Sérye Café Filipino (Eastwood City Walk)

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Eastwood Avenue, Quezon City

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.

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

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2nd Level Eastwood City Walk, Quezon City

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

Rufo’s Famous Tapa (Eastwood City)

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Eastwood City Walk, Quezon City, Philippines

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

Dencio’s (Eastwood City Walk)

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Eastwood Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines

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.

Max’s in Vallejo

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3555 Sonoma Blvd. Vallejo, CA 94590

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

8065 Bagnet

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8065 Estrella Ave., Makati City, Philippines

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.