Where to eat out in Manila

Cafe Adriatico

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Experience a mouthwatering feast of Spanish-Mediterranean and Filipino dishes set in an old charming café called Café Adriatico. It is located in Manila’s backpacker area, Malate. Must-try dishes are Spareribs Adobo, Salpicao Rice, Knockout Knuckles, and Lengua Estofado. Cap your meal with a cup of traditional Spanish hot chocolate, Tsokolate Eh. It is manually made using a batirol or wooden mixer that gives the drink a thick and flavourful taste.

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Binondo Food Walk

A way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. Likewise, a way to discover the multi-cultural heart of Manila is through eating at the world’s oldest Chinatown, Binondo. Binondo has been a settlement of Chinese migrants since 1594. They brought not only porcelain and silk to trade but also their tasty cuisine. Join Old Manila Walk’s Binondo Food Wok with Ivan Man Dy as he leads you to the alleys of good eats. Fill not only your stomach but also enrich your mind with tales from the past.

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Weekend Markets

The central business district of Makati is not only home to the stock exchange office but also to two weekend markets that cater to foodies. Satisfy your adventurous palate for gourmet food, ready-to-eat meals or desserts at the Salcedo Market every Saturday. On Sundays, head over to Legazpi Park for suman (sticky rice), baklava, and brewed ginger ale. You may also find interesting art pieces to beautify any space.

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Street Food

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Experience a mouthwatering feast of Spanish-Mediterranean and Filipino dishes set in an old charming café called Café Adriatico. It is located in Manila’s backpacker area, Malate. Must-try dishes are Spareribs Adobo, Salpicao Rice, Knockout Knuckles, and Lengua Estofado. Cap your meal with a cup of traditional Spanish hot chocolate, Tsokolate Eh. It is manually made using a batirol or wooden mixer that gives the drink a thick and flavorful taste.

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