Eat to the Fullest

Makati City, Quezon City, Mandaluyong City

I’ve been sharing my food escapades online for a long time now, and every resto or cafe I’ve visited has introduced me to so many dishes. I wouldn’t have reached this far if not for the people who trust me, and I’m just so blessed to have this kind of platform. I also believe that no matter how busy you might be, treating yourself to a delicious meal is a classic mood-booster. As we all continue our lives in the new normal, consider these restaurants on your list for the next get-together or weekend brunch.

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Palm Grill: Authentic Southern Mindanao Cuisine

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Quezon City, Philippines • Recommendation • 

I just love the authenticity of every dish. I love their Green Chicken, Tiyula Itum, Curacha, and Knicker Iced treat. It was my first time to taste the flavor of Southern Mindanao cuisine and I loved it! The taste is so unique, and you can sense the deep history of its flavors. It’s underrated, which I think needs to be made more mainstream.

  • +63 2 8373 1668
  • 179 Tomas Morato Ave, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

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Kuppa Roastery & Cafe

5 saves

Makati City, Philippines • Recommendation • 

I worked in Bonifacio Global City for more than a decade, and Kuppa is just across my office building. I love their Crispy Pata, which is quite ironic because I’m not a fan of that dish. For some reason, their version of the Crispy Pata is special. Aside from the classic liver sauce and vinegar-soy sauce combo, they also serve it with apple chutney.

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Manam Comfort Filipino (Greenbelt)

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Makati City, Philippines • Recommendation • 

Manam’s Sisig is the best for me! At the same time, their refreshing shakes like Ube Sago are just so good! I remember bringing all my expat colleagues here every time they visit the Philippines.

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Chef Arch's Lime

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Mandaluyong City, Philippines • Recommendation • 

They have all my favorite street food that, dare I say, have a fancy twist. From isaw (BBQ chicken intestine), balut (fertilized duck egg) to ice scramble, you name it, they have it upgraded here! It’s been a while since I last tasted their offerings, though, so you can imagine how happy I was when I discovered they have a branch nearby!

  • +63 2 8400 2268
  • 160 San Rafael St, Mandaluyong, 1550 Metro Manila, Philippines

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Pat-Pat's Kansi

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Makati City, Philippines • Recommendation • 

From the name itself, it already asks you to order their signature Kansi when you visit. I lived for more than a year in Kamagong, Makati. Pat-Pat’s was just walking distance from me, so I was able to try most of their dishes. Their huge Daing na Bangus (marinated milkfish) is a must-try, too. There’s no need for a plane ride to experience the taste of Ilonggo food, as this restaurant is bringing the cuisine of Iloilo to Manila!

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Friends & Family PH

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Makati City, Philippines • Recommendation • 

This restaurant offers the best Lechon Sinigang ever! I also enjoy their Ube Champorado. The first time I ate here was when Pop Talk invited me as one of their food critic guests. I’ve been a loyal customer ever since.

  • +63 917 891 7053
  • C3, 7th Ave corner 30th Street Bonifacio High Street Central, Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines

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