Gas up and surprise your S.O. on a romantic date night at any of these hidden restaurants.
A list of Philippine native delicacies as I travel the country.
Walking around Vigan is very pleasing to the eyes, its streets boast intricate architecture, plus so much history. Yet, one’s curiosity isn’t the only thing that’s filled while in Vigan city, also your stomach! With its diverse cultural heritage, its food scene is equally charming to satisfy every foodie.
I found myself walking along C.P. Garcia Avenue in Quezon City one afternoon, looking for a place that no one knows just yet.
No Joke, Banayad Whiskey is real!
I was just scrolling endlessly on my social media feed like any other day when I stumbled upon the best reason to go to Baler – FOOD.
In addition to the famous Waterfalls Restaurant, Villa Escudero offers mouth watering classic Filipino food that would make you rediscover being a Filipino.
Isabela is a tourist gem in the making.
To top off the whole Sulyap experience is the food paired with music, still with Fil-Hispanic influence. Dine at their in-house restaurant.
What a great way to get a taste of one’s culture and heritage than to eat their food. Immerse oneself in a cozy country inn surrounded by trees and seven lakes. Experience the tradition, be a coconut baron for a day in Casa San Pablo a Bed and Breakfast in San Pablo City, Laguna.