R&J Bulalohan is a favorite haunt among call center agents and office workers in Manila who are in need of a Bulalo fix, but regular guests know that their Tapsilog is equally worth remembering. Their tapa delivers the signature taste loved on most homemade tapa recipes, crunchy, tender, and served with egg and fried rice on the side — a real bang for the buck considering its affordable price!
If you’re craving for some light snacks, Cafe Adriatico has salads, sandwiches, omelets that you can munch on before calling it a day. Visiting this restaurant feels like going back to Manila’s good old days with its vintage-inspired ambiance—complete with wooden furniture and dim lights for a quaint atmosphere.
Classic Filipino Food ✨ my favorite meal was definitely the Kare Kare and their Halo Halo! Cafe Adriatico has classic Filipino dishes done with an elevated twist. They also have live entertainment , with singers who sing old Filipino folk songs. Cafe Adriatico is the perfect place for a traditional Filipino experience.
It doesn’t get more Filipino than having a boodle fight in a jeepney which is exactly what you can do at Gerry’s Jeepney. Their menu leans heavily on the barbecued side like sticks of pork and chicken, or three kinds of fish grilled to charred perfection.