Food Tripping in the Philippines

Philippines
August 12, 2011 7:42pm CST
I love food. Would you care to share your fantastic food discoveries so that i can try them out myself? I would like to share my discoveries to you as well. If you are looking for Barbeque, then try Aling Nene. Looking for Pancit Malabon, go for Amber. Looking for Brazo de Mercedes, try surfing on Sweet Surrender of Sweet Life by Ange. Looking for baked Cheese Puffs, go for Conti's. Tell me more please!!!
8 responses
@ybong007 (6659)
• Philippines
13 Aug 11
We just had a pacit malabon from amber the other day. It's seems a little bit too salty for my taste.
• Philippines
13 Aug 11
Awww... I kinda liked it... Which pancit malabon do you prefer and i will try it out for myself..
• Philippines
13 Aug 11
Amber is in Makati right? I know they sell very delicious Pichi-Pichi. I love 'em.
@ybong007 (6659)
• Philippines
15 Aug 11
@grace, nothing beats the orig pancit ng malabon. @january, yeah the pichi pichi that came with the pansit was delicious.
@enigma13 (372)
• Philippines
13 Aug 11
I also love food as much as I love to cook it. Hmmn... The last restaurant I went to was Razon's and their halo-halo is simply delish! It only has 5 ingredients. A minimalist halo-halo. =) Others say it's not authentic because halo-halo is supposed to have a lot of ingredients but whatever. That does not change the fact that it is delicious. I also love Aling Lucing's for sisig. Talk about authentic. Now I'm hungry. *LOL*
@nytrisco (567)
• Philippines
13 Aug 11
I wouldn't endorse you to Razon's at Megamall foudcourt, their halo-halo is different from Razon's at Banawe,QC and Cubao. Did you try their Sizzling Bulalo? I love that dish! =)
• Philippines
13 Aug 11
Yah Razon HH! Where is this Aling Lucing? I would soon be hopping there!
@enigma13 (372)
• Philippines
13 Aug 11
Maybe because they are just a franchise. I'm not sure. That's sad. Haven't tried their Sizzling Bulalo yet. Will do next time. =) I don't know if they have branches. We went to the original Aling Lucing restuarant in Pampanga one time and it was worth it. Two thumbs up!
@ellovire (409)
13 Aug 11
If you are from Quezon City, try these out: Pancit Habhab - Budi's Grilled Chicken and Pork - Chicboy Shawarma - Master Kebab Sisig (to go) - Sisig Hooray Sisig (dine in) - Dencio's or Jerry's Asian/Japanese buffet - Yakimix
@mimiang (3777)
• Philippines
29 Jul 12
palitaw - We call this palitaw
This is a good suggestion.I wll try it.Promise
@jpso138 (7844)
• Philippines
13 Aug 11
Practically, there a lot of wonderful foods in our country. This must be because we are a mixture of different cultures and races. I have travelled to different placrs and have tried different foods. As of this writing, I am currently in Davao. Should you be able to visit the place, try out Baby Back Ribs by Lyndons restaurant.. They are certainly tasty and soft as well as juicy.. You will certainly like it. That is why when I visit Davao, I always make it a point to eat there.
• Philippines
13 Aug 11
Lyndon's? Is this anywhere near Apo Hotel? We would be hitting Davao next year as we will be revisiting Pearl Farm.
@nytrisco (567)
• Philippines
13 Aug 11
Try Pancit Batil Patung of Tuguegarao, Cagayan. It's a new twist of Pansit, but I should warn you to limit your intake of it if you have a high blood pressure. =)
• Philippines
13 Aug 11
Cardiac delight! Give me some! Dont they have that here in Manila?
@mimiang (3777)
• Philippines
29 Jul 12
Filipino cuisine is rich. It is developed through our interactions with our neighboring countries and it continues to evolve as many Filipinos go abroad
13 Aug 11
hi:) Yes aling nene's BBq is awesome I tried that so many times and just right for my budget. if you like steak try MELO it's on makati, if I'm not mistaken it's on greenbelt area, once our aunt brought us there and their steak is superb. If you like Italian I recommend italianis.
• Philippines
13 Aug 11
Hi there! Well, are you fond of eating Halo-Halo? If you know Brgy Digman has several restaurants selling delicious Halo-halo in Cavite, they're one of the best! Also, in Tagaytay, you can go to Bag of Beans and they served good tasting Coffees and their blueberry cheesecake is love. And this will be our biggest secret, if you want the best Lumpiang Sariwa in the whole archipelago, go to my house and meet my Aunt!