There’s so much that Philippines has to offer – its tourist spots, warming welcome, and of course, its delectable dishes. To appreciate Philippines better, here are some must try Filipino food:
Pancit Canton, a dish that is usually associated with long life, can be found in almost all special occasions in the Philippines. It’s a tasty egg noodle dish loaded with sautéed vegetables slathered in oyster sauce and sprinkled with bite-sized shrimp, pork, and sometimes chicken bits. With countless different take on this entrée spread across the country, you won’t get tired to chomp on this fare wherever you go.
There’s no doubt that Filipinos love to drink. Every major gathering and milestone is celebrated with a drinking session to cap it off. Now, what makes a great drinking session even more worth remembering? A drool-worthy pica-pica, of course! Whether you’re into savory Sisig, Tokwa’t Baboy, Crispy Pata, or Lechon Kawali, you can’t go wrong trying one of these!
If you are looking for a perfect dish from our local cuisine to recommend a friend, look no further. Foie Gras Sinigang is served with harvest vegetables and tamarind broth, a brilliant take on a Filipino table staple. Your friend will surely like the perfect twist to this local dish.
The Philippines has 7,107 spectacular islands that you can explore. You can experience different kinds of beach in the country and savor one of the most popular main course when at the shore. The country’s take on grilled BBQ is a combination of tender meat and succulent sauce that will make you get more than one stick.
Crispy Fried Vegetarian Spring Rolls
Looking for something vegan? Maybe our Crispy Friend Vegetarian Spring Rolls paired with spiced Ilocos Vinegar on the side will satisfy your cravings. These crunchy and delicious spring rolls (Lumpia) are the perfect appetizers for any party and great for snacking, too.
Half Free-range Chicken Inasal
You can find Chicken Inasal almost everywhere in the Philippines but the taste will be the same. With lots of herbs and spices that sums up its palatable taste, Chicken Inasal is usually served in unlimited rice – a feast.
Yema is a sweet custard confectionary with egg yolks, milk, and sugar. It’s a creamy delight as soon as it lands on your taste buds. What more if you’ll taste this heavenly blend in cake form? One word – divine!
What’s better than the well-known Filipino dish of all time, Adobo? I’ll tell you. Twice Cooked Adobo Short Ribs, of course! A fusion of the traditional adobo and melt-in-your-mouth short ribs that will tingle your taste buds as you want to reach for more.