Blog Posts - Filipino Food



Andy's Famous Batangas Lomi

Tag-ulan na, masarap kumain! Any food will do during the rainy season, but nothing beats Filipino soup dishes. Just like this festive Batangas Lomi from Andy's Famous Batangas Lomi & Bulalo. Lomi is a noodle soup dish consists of thick noodl...
by Lettes Haven on Jul 4, 2016

Blue Rocket Cafe + Kitchen: Coffee & Comfort Food in Quezon City

Cafes have always been my happy place. Most of my favorite ones are cozy and even serve good food and coffee. But there's a better feeling that beats my actual cafe visitations -- discovering new cafe gems.It was already pretty late one Saturday nigh...
by The Purple Doll on May 11, 2016

Isla Una: Filipino Island Favorites at City Golf Pasig

As much as I enjoy Filipino cuisine, I normally don't choose to eat at Filipino restaurants. I guess it stemmed from the fact that my mom makes mean Filipino dishes at home. Another is how I've trained my mind to work for many years now -- that there...
by The Purple Doll on Apr 29, 2016

Boracay Island : Golden Cowrie Filipino Food

It was around 7.00pm when we were walking on the shores of Boracay island. while we were passing in front of the Uptown Hotel, we noticed a lot of seats in front of the beach shores. one of it is the Golden Cowrie Filipino Restaurant. The restau...
by Totz Adventure on Apr 6, 2016

Boracay Island : Random Videos Taken while in Boracay island

FIRE DANCEWhile eating at the Golden Cowrie Filipino Restaurant, these fire dancers showed us their talents. In fact one of the best fire dancing I've seen.DANCING CREW OF SEA BREEZE CAFEWhile walking around at night, we pass by the Sea Breeze Cafe t...
by Totz Adventure on Apr 2, 2016

Beef Pochero

Pochero was one of my childhood favorites. My mom's beef or pork pochero sure satisfy my palette and definitely need extra rice ;)Pocheros usually have saging na saba, and some were cooked with pechay (or bokchoy) and some add carrots too. Since my m...
by Pinoy Tsibog on Feb 18, 2016

Celebrating Filipinos' love affair with the new Jollibee ads debut this Valentine’s Day

Real-life stories... making each memory more memorable. Jollibee, the nation’s favorite fast food chain has its own fair share of life’s experiences and surprises. Capturing the country’s largest fast food chain’s enduring love affair w...
by enjoying wonderful world on Feb 13, 2016

Cheesy Teriyaki Meatballs

Meatballs are great on its own or on pasta, but for us Pinoys, rice will always be the best for such meaty dish. I recently craved for meatballs and wondering what would be the best sauce to match for my cravings. I could use tomato sauce, mushroom g...
by Pinoy Tsibog on Oct 25, 2015

Spiral Buffet at Sofitel Manila: Is This Asia’s Grandest Buffet?

Just about every hotel has a buffet. But the Spiral Buffet at Sofitel in Manila, is a buffet that takes... The post Spiral Buffet at Sofitel Manila: Is This Asia’s Grandest Buffet? appeared first on Migrationology - Food Travel Blog.
by Migrationology on Sep 12, 2015

Sauteed Kangkong in Oyster Sauce

Filipino Style Recipe: Sauteed kangkong in oyster sauce is a simple and affordable dish made of water spinach sauteed and cooked together with smoked fish and oyster sauce. Estimated time of preparation and cooking: 15 minutes Ingredients: 2 bunch of...
by Filipino Style Recipe on Jul 19, 2015

Lechon Belly (Roasted Pork Belly)

Lechon is definitely one of Filipino favorites when it comes to authentic Pinoy dishes. Unfortunately, lechon is not very much available here in UAE unless you visit Filipino restaurants in hotels which are very expensive.Last weekend my brother boug...
by Pinoy Tsibog on Jul 2, 2015

The Legendary Masuki Mami!

The first I’ve tried Masuki was after a basketball match way back in freshman college (yes, there was a point in my life where I played that sport despite being the nerdy type haha.) We were in Binondo at the time, and my Chinese classmates too...
by Akashic Records - Chad Senga on Jun 30, 2015

Pork Ears Pares

Whenever a food craving strikes I always make sure to have it as soon as possible. Well, my husband knows that, because if I won't get it, he's the first one affected of my mood swings.At times I don't have much things to do at work, my brain is wand...
by Pinoy Tsibog on Jun 30, 2015

Chicken Curry (Pinoy Style)

I remember my college days while I stayed in a dormitory along España Manila, eateries were everywhere. And to have anything sizzling for dinner was something expensive. So, the usual menudo, caldereta, adobo, igado, anything fried and chicken curry...
by Pinoy Tsibog on Jun 28, 2015

Adobong Bagnet with Pineapple

Filipino Style Recipe: Adobong bagnet with pineapple is another variety Filipino adobo together with popular Ilocano delicacy “Bagnet”. Bagnet is a popular delicacy in Ilocos made from pork belly deep fried until crispy and blister on ski...
by Filipino Style Recipe on Jun 20, 2015

Diablo Penne

Filipino Style Recipe: Diablo Penne is a popular tomato-based Italian pasta made of Penne cooked together with Italian sausage in olive oil, tomatoes, red chili, basil and other herbs. Served with Parmesan cheese and crusty bread. Estimated time of p...
by Filipino Style Recipe on May 27, 2015

Flavours by Chef Fham: Good Ol' Comfort Food in Tomas Morato

While I've always found myself in Tomas Morato, I know for a fact that there are more foodie gems in the area I've yet to discover. That's why when Joy, a fellow blogger, mentioned there's a restaurant in front of Il Terrazzo that goes by the name of...
by The Purple Doll on May 24, 2015

The Best of Ilocos : Must-try Foods

Ilocos Region, Philippines – You haven’t been to Ilocos unless you’ve tried authentic Ilocano dishes.  Known for being thriftiest people in the Philippines, Ilocanos keep their food simple but impressive. Their cuisine only use...
by No Rest For the Weekends on May 17, 2015

The Best of Ilocos : Must-try Foods

Ilocos Region, Philippines – You haven’t been to Ilocos unless you’ve tried authentic Ilocano dishes.  Known for being thriftiest people in the Philippines, Ilocanos keep their food simple but impressive. Their cuisine only use...
by No Rest For the Weekends on May 17, 2015

Omonok Korean-Style Fried Chicken, Marikina!

Omonok Korean-Style Fried Chicken hits Lilac, Marikina! A good and distinct addition to the already colorful foodie haven in the city. Actually, this is the only restaurant that specializes in serving this cuisine. There’s another Korean place...
by Akashic Records - Chad Senga on May 5, 2015


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