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It's named one of the city's "four hottest new restaurants."
An upscale Filipino restaurant that just opened in San Francisco, California in the U.S. has been drawing raves from diners in the food-mad city.Abaca restuarant opened just last August and already it was named one of the city’s “four hottest new restaurants” by
They love our local dishes and delicacies!
We recently found out that The Penthouse star Eugene has packets of sinigang mix in her pantry. She also described what sinigang tastes like and this led us to the idea: Who are the other Korean actors and K-pop idols who have
This hearty sour soup is a Filipino favorite for good reason.
If there’s any Filipino dish we find ourselves craving time and time again—most especially when it’s cold out—it’s sinigang, the tangy, well-loved soup that some have even lobbied for the title of being the Philippines’ national dish. And why not? Nothing warms
If you've ever tasted Ifugao rice, consider yourself lucky.
If you’ve ever tasted Ifugao rice, consider yourself lucky. Not a lot of Filipinos get to have the same experience—it is produced in small quantities, and is not available to a lot of places in the country. This heritage food is produced by
Kwek-kwek, taho, and ice candy at the Big Apple? Yes, please!
When you think of food snags in the incomparably iconic city of New York, you'd think of cheesecake, pizza, hotdogs– and, of course, bagels, to dunk in a takeaway latte. Maybe even lobster, which we've seen time and time again on TV.
Elevate your pandesal experience!
When I think of pandesal, I think of the run-off-the-mill sari-sari store bread my dad buys every Sunday morning. That's all there is to it—a fist-sized Filipino delicacy to tide you through breakfast. But if you think pandesal is as simple as
Are you Team Adobo or Team Sinigang?
Food rests at the heart of Filipino culture. We all grew up with basically the same recipes, and everyone knows adobo and sinigang all too well. Our love for food unites us, and it's probably why even foreigners can't help but take a peek
It's a burgeoning food culture.
The Philippines had been occupied by many countries that essentially turned our archipelago into a melting pot of various ideas and a divergence site of culture. But food-wise, it seems that we have found our grounding in establishing what makes Filipino food,