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Being foodies mean we enjoy different cuisines and one-of-a-kind delicacies, but some days, we just want the comfort of our Filipino favorites. Growing up in a household that serves adobo, kare-kare and sinigang with a big bowl of rice for our everyday meals,we can’t help but reserve a special place in our hearts (and tummies!) for these dishes.
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Without further ado, check out these foolproof Filipino restaurants that serve some of the best Filipino dishes in town. If you have have balikbayan relatives coming over or if you simply just want Filipino food for dinner with the family, then these restaurants should be on the top of your list.
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Locavore – multiple branches
Locavore serves locally grown and produced Filipino dishes with a French touch. They’re known for their Sizzling Sinigang, Lechon and Oyster Sisig, and Kare-Kare Wings.
Golden Cowrie – multiple branches
Established in 1982, Golden Cowrie is an upscale restaurant designed to highlight authentic Cebuano flavors. It is a concept by Cebu Golden Restaurant Inc., which also established the famous Hukad. Some of their bestsellers include the baked bantayan scallops, lechon belly, and balut sisig featured here.
Mesa – multiple branches
Mesa serves a wide variety of modern Filipino and Asian fusion dishes. Some of their bestsellers include the sisig in a pouch, crispchon, crispy hito, and more.
Also featured here: 16 Unique Sisig Dishes That Will Win Your Heart
Lazat – Tomas Morato
Lazat is an Asian-Mediterranean fusion restaurant that serves traditional Filipino dishes with a modern twist. It was formerly called Cerchio, which means ‘circle’ in Italian. Read more here.
Also featured here: 8 Sinful Crispy Pata Dishes to Devour
76 Sct Limbaga, Laging Handa, Diliman, Quezon City
Sentro 1771 – multiple branches
Sentro 1771 is one of the pioneers in the modern Filipino cuisine scene. A favourite and always a must-order when dining here is their Corned Beef Sinigang.
Romulo Cafe – multiple branches
A tribute to the late Carlos P. Romulo, Romulo Cafe offers traditional Filipino comfort food from heirloom recipes. Romulo Cafe gives its diners a glimpse of the Philippine history though its museum-style interiors. Read our full feature here.
Ombu Kusina – Tomas Morato
Ombu Kusina offers modern Filipino cuisine infused with popular dishes from other countries. Some of their bestsellers include the baked prawns, binakol na manok, lechon kare-kare, and more. Read more here.
G/F Sequoia Hotel, 91-93 Mother Ignacia St cor Timog Ave near Tomas Morato, South Triangle, Quezon City
Hapag Heritage Cuisine – Maginhawa
Hapag Heritage Cuisine serves traditional Filipino dishes from year-old recipes like kare-kare, bagnet, beef morcon, pochero, bagnet and more. Read our full feature here.
Cafe Juanita – Kapitolyo
Cafe Juanita has been a neighborhood favorite. Inspite of the restaurant boom in the area, this place continues to pack itself to the brim due to its classic Filipino dishes, kitschy details, and treats for the eyes thanks to its eclectic and over the top Asian-inspired interiors.
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