Ulam has been around since 1986 specializing on seafood dishes and also serving Balinese food.
Mulia is a six-star hotel and resort located along Nusa Dua coastline that has a number of restaurants, one of which is The Cafe serving a wide array of international cuisines.
Chinese cuisine has taken a special part in Filipino culture. And yes, the Pinoy crowd is very lucky to have a number of places that serve authentic Chinese food, one of which is David’s Tea House.
Sisig is a popular Filipino dish that originated from Pampanga. For those living in the metro, Aysee located at Tiendesitas will save you the hassle of going as far as Pampanga to taste a remarkable Sisig recipe.
A famous district in Manila, Binondo is claimed to be the oldest Chinatown in the world overflowing with historical anecdotes. Today, it also serves as a favorite destination for gourmets craving for authentic Chinese food and more.
Tiny Kitchen is one of Davao’s pride serving delicious Spanish cuisines and desserts established by couple Vincent and Donna Rodriguez. It actually started as a pastry shop in the late 90s. Today, it offers Davaoeños favorite Spanish dishes and of course, more pastries.
Located at the steep mountain slope of Shrine Hills, Jack’s Ridge is a famous eating destination offering a panoramic view of Davao City. Various restaurants can be found at Jack’s Ridge including Taklobo.
Serving authentic Korean cuisine in an art themed setting is Hogalbi at Tiendesitas.
Originating in Dagupan, Silantro is among the favorite Kapitolyo restaurant lineups serving affordable Filipino and Mexican cuisines. With around 10 wooden tables, Silantro gets easily crowded with a lot of people checking out the place. You can opt to sit inside or you can stay with the benches outdoor for that sort of al fresco…
Being in Batanes means eating lunis, uvud balls, bukayo and coconut crabs. Probably the last thing you’ll find in the place is a yummy pizza house. Surprisingly, there is. There is Casa Napoli.