With all the cuisines you can think of!
THIS WEEK: Laksa, Thai tea float, and chicken in waffles!
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October 1 to 7, 2018
Kko Kko – SM Clark
Kko Kko is a modern Korean chicken house that uses traditional and contemporary recipes. They aim to bring together Korea and Manila through food. Kko Kko has a three-part menu that includes Korean Fried Chicken, Korean Street Food, and Dosirak (Korean Lunchbox).
Crazy Cone – Maginhawa
Crazy Cone is the country’s first-ever flavored chicken bites served in a waffle cone with different, crazy combinations. Let’s go #ForkFree!
Rico’s Lechon – Glorietta 1
Rico’s Lechon is a popular choice for tourists and locals alike who want a taste of Cebu’s finest lechon. They specialize in their original and spicy lechon, and also offers other dishes such as ngohiong and baked scallops.
Ai-sian Fusion – Ayala Malls Cloverleaf
Serving Asian fusion dishes, Ai-sian Fusion shakes things up with items such as crispy Korean fried chicken fondue, baked kimchi seafood rice, and sous-vide roasted char siu noodle soup.
Nanyang – SM Aura
Nanyang serves Singaporean favorites such as laksa, Hainanese chicken, kaya toast, and kopi & peanut butter toast.
Macao Imperial Tea – Capitol Commons
Hailing from the ‘Vegas of China’, Macao Imperial is one of the fastest growing cafe chains with an extensive menu, offering coffee, milk tea, tea, cream cheese-based drinks, and more. Read our full feature here.
Chikos Peruvian Roast Chicken offers Peruvian dishes such as roast chicken and fried chicken with sides like spiced bean rice and spiced grilled corn, with their bestseller Pollo a la Brasa (marinated in Cerveza Negra and basted with spice rub and special native chili paste from Peru) and Lomo Saltado.
House of Kapalmuks – Malingap Central
Specializing Filipino favorites, House of Kapalmuks by Pepeton’s Grill serves crispy pata, crispy liempo, pork sisig, and also chicken wings as well as a wide selection of seafood.
K Bingsu Cafe – Megamall
KBingsu Cafe serves the famous shaved ice dessert from Korea. They offer different kinds of flavors like Choco Banana Bingsu, Berry Berry, Banana Mango and Choco Green Tea.
Siam Yum – Malingap St.
Siam Yum at Malingap Central Food Hall specializes in Thai favorites such as Pad Thai, Mango Sticky Rice, and Thai Milk Tea, but also serves their own recreations like Thai Tea Float, Curry Puffs, and Thai Wings, all served with their signature sauces.
Takamura – Pasig
Starting out as a stall in the Hole in One Food Hub, Takamura is your little affordable Japanese go-to restaurant where you can get your sushi and ramen fix. A must-try is their wasabi sisig, cooked in Kapampangan style with just the right amount of wasabi.
Samgyeopmasarap – SM Marikina & SM Telabastagan
Samgyeopmasarap is one of the many new KBBQ concepts taking over the Metro, offering unlimited pork, beef, and chicken BBQ that you can grill the meat yourself, as well as a la carte items like bibimbap and bulgogi.
Nitro7 – Fort Strip
Nitro 7 Coffee offers nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee and tea for both bean and tea leaf lovers alike! Their signature brews Black Nitro, Hazelnut Caramel Mocha, and Irish Breve are their best-sellers.
Starbucks – Quezon City, Newport, & Roxas
Starbucks Coffee is one of the biggest coffee franchises serving warm hospitality, constant and consistent quality, and a love for coffee to everyone who comes in.
Abdul: Kebab & Curry – Timog Ave.
Perfecting bang-for-your-buck Persian and Indian eats made with high-quality ingredients, Abdul: Kebab & Curry serves charcoal-grilled, expertly spiced kanto-style kebabs and curry.
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