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There’s no place like home… cooking.

Last updated: October 20, 2020 at 12 NN

We all love a good adobo, siningang, or kare-kare and nothing beats home cooked meals. But if you’re craving one of your favorite Filipino restaurants’ famous fares, you’re in luck because these restaurants offer Filipino food delivery!

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Classic Savory

Classic Savory is one of those restaurants that stood the test of time. It’s been around for over 60 years, making it one of the oldest restaurant chains in Manila. It’s been around for good reason too! The wide array of Fil-Chi dishes always warm the hearts of many, and who can forget about their fried chicken?

Available for: Ordering through Booky and delivery via Grabfood, Foodpanda.
Savory whole chicken
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Max’s

An all-time Filipino favorite, it’s hard to not love Max’s. Their iconic fried chicken has won the hearts of many Pinoys and now, you can have it delivered straight to your home!

Available for: In-house delivery, or via GrabFood, LalaFood, or Foodpanda.
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Tapa King

Silog dishes are undoubtedly one of the most famous pinoy breakfasts, ever. And who can do pinoy breakfasts better than Tapa King? Their huge selection of silogs — bangsilog, tapsilog, hotsilog — is enough to make your mouth water even if it’s not breakfast time!

Available for: Pick-up, in house delivery (through Booky), or delivery via Grabfood, Lalafood, and Foodpanda
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Manam

There’s a good reason why many of us bring our foreign guests to Manam if we want them to try the best of our cuisine. Manam offers hearty, comforting Filipino modern classics that often cause lines outside their storefronts. The good news is that you no longer have to wait to be seated because now they’ll deliver their dishes to you!

Available for: In-house delivery, or via Grabfood, and Food Panda.
Manam Sinigang
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Amber

Did someone say office party? This quintessential Pinoy gathering staple is always at the pulutan table for good reason. From pichi-pichi to Filipino-style spaghetti to shanghai rolls, a delivery from Amber will keep the party going.

Available for: In-house delivery.
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Gerry’s Grill

Gerry’s Grill is a mainstay in the Filipino cuisine restaurant scene. Best known for their grilled tuna panga and a variety of fresh seafood dishes, you can never go wrong with Gerry’s Grill.

Available for: Pick-up and In-house delivery.
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Rufo’s Famous Tapa

Breakfast food will never go out of style. That’s why Rufo’s Famous Tapa will always have a place in the hearts of Filipinos. Aside from their different versions of beef tapa, they also serve a variety of Pinoy faves, which you can easily turn into breakfast by ordering an extra serving of Rufo’s sauce or fried egg.

Available for: Delivery via Foodpanda, GrabFood, or LalaFood.
Rufo's Garlic Tapa
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Sisig Society

Sisig is one of those dishes that is uniquely Pinoy. Born from the want to not waste any part of the pig, this humble dish has grown to become such a staple that restaurants like Sisig Society has dedicated themselves to it. Amidst the many takes on this pulutan fave, Sisig Society does one of the best versions of it in the Metro.

Available for: In-house delivery, or via Foodpanda, GrabFood, or LalaFood. 
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Via Mare

For Spanish-Filipino food that both comforts you and fills you up, you can’t go wrong with Via Mare. This giant in the restaurant scene is famous for their crispy pata, but their kare-kare, salpicao, and merienda selection are all worth seconds.

Available for: In-house delivery, Foodpanda, and Grab. 
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Ate Rica’s Bacsilog

Before the pandemic hit, Ate Rica’s Bacsilog has been the lifeline of a good number of college students in Manila, and for good reason. It’s filling, it’s cheap, and it’s really tasty. It’s all thanks to their signature cheese sauce, which is highly addicting whether you’re having it with bacsilog, tocilog, or by even by itself!

Available for: Delivery via Foodpanda, Menugo, and EXPress.
Ate Rica's Tocilog
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Casa Empanada

Need a quick yet filling meal? Look no further than empanadas. Casa Empanada in particular serves delicious and creative flavors of this Spanish-Filipino version of a pocket pie. From chicken teriyaki to ubod, their empanadas are a definite hit.

Available for: In-house delivery, or via Foodpanda, Lalafood, and GrabFood. 
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XO 46 Heritage Bistro

XO 46 Heritage Bistro’s flavor is all in it’s name. They honor our heritage through their food and they do it very well. Their smoked crispy pata is a crowd favorite but some of their sleeper hits lie in their dessert menu, too.

Available for: In-house delivery.
XO 46 Smoked Crispy Pata
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Locavore Kitchen x Drinks

If you’re looking for modern yet close-to-home Pinoy dishes, then look no further! Locavore seemed to have cracked the code when it comes to elevating pinoy cuisine. From their take on sizzling sinigang or boneless lechon belly, you’re sure to have a deeper appreciation for our own cuisine.

Available for: In-house delivery, or via LalaFood, and Foodpanda.
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Mang Inasal

Most of us have fond memories of eating in Mang Inasal and indulging in their unli-rice promo. Sadly, because of the pandemic, we can no longer partake of the same promo at our homes. But we can definitely still have their chicken inasal delivered at our doorstep, paired with a lot of chicken oil! Sans the unli rice, of course.

Available for: In-house delivery, or via GrabFood, LalaFood, and Foodpanda.
PM1 Mang Inasal
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Chooks-to-Go

“Masarap kahit walang sauce,” — That’s the infamous tagline of Chooks-to-Go. Although somewhat of a newcomer to the litson manok industry, Chooks-to-Go has managed to win the hearts of many by staying true to it’s tagline. Whether you’re having their sweet roast chicken, or the spicy variant, the Chooks-to-Go tagline will keep ringing, and you’ll definitely say “no thanks” to the sauce.

Available for: In-house delivery, or via GrabFood, LalaFood, Foodpanda, Deliber, and DeliRush.
Chooks-to-Go sweet roast
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Andok’s

Ah, Andok’s — one of the OG litson manoks in the Metro. No matter who you are, you’ve definitely seen an Andok’s branch or seven. Their popularity is well-deserved; their chicken barbeque, litson manok, and liempo are just some of the must-trys. For a Filipino meal that’s affordable, delicious, and simply hits home, Andok’s is your place.

Available for: Delivery via GrabFood.
Andok's boneless bangus
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Baliwag Lechon Manok Liempo

Baliwag Lechon is one of the fastest growing litson manok franchises in the Philippines, and for good reason. Baliwag has managed to spice up their menu by serving not just litson manok or liempo, but by tapping into the deep fried market as well. Order their crispy pata, or crispy ulo for a good pulutan. Or just go for their Chikititas if you want great fried chicken!

Available for: Pick up, delivery via Foodpanda, Lalafood, and GrabFood.
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Kuya J

Kuya J is a fairly new contender to the family restaurant scene, but don’t sleep on them. Their lechon baka is killer and their pochero is good enough to eat all on your own. And fun fact: many people believe their endorser, Jericho Rosales, is the actual Kuya J but really, the heartthrob is just the (very handsome) face of the franchise.

Available for: In-house delivery via centraldelivery.ph.
Kuya J litson baka
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Rico’s Lechon

When you think Lechon, you’ll always think of Cebu. That’s why we’re all glad that Rico’s finally graced the lands of Manila. The famous Cebu-based restaurant serves not only great lechon, but a variety of Cebuano favourites as well.

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Adobo Connection

Hailed as the unofficial dish of the Philippines (well, not if you’re on #TeamSinigang), adobo is undoubtedly a granddaddy of Pinoy food. And for some seriously good adobo, you can bet on Adobo Connection. The fan-favorites are their adobo flakes and bistek tagalog, but their whole menu is very solid overall!

Available for: Pick-up, GrabFood, Lalafood, and Foodpanda.
Adobo Connection Adobo Flakes
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Chopstop

While Chopstop is branded as an American restuarant, it still has a selection of Filipino food that you shouldn’t miss. Try their fried chicken adobo — which is both crispy and saucy — or their soy vinegar chicken and pork.

Available for: Take-out, Pick-up, GrabFood, Foodpanda, Lalafood, and Delirush.
Chopstop Soy vinegar pork and chicken
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Empanada Nation

Have you ever stared blankly outside your window and said to yourself “I want Ilocos Empanada”? If yes, then order from Empanada Nation! From batac empanadas to vigan empanadas, this shop will definitely satiate your empanada cravings.

Available for: Dine-in, Take-out, Pick-up, in-house delivery, GrabFood, Foodpanda, and Lalafood.
Empanada Nation Empanada
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Pansit Malabon by Country Noodles

Pancit is commonplace in every filipino handaan. Sometimes you might just want to spice it up! Pansit Malabon by Country Noodles offers one of the best pansit malabon dishes you’ll ever taste! Pair it with their lumpia, or embutido, and you got yourself a party!

Available for: Pick-up, in-house delivery (minimum order amount of P300)
Country Noodles Special Pansit Malabon
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Pansit Malabon Express

What’s a party without pansit malabon? For generous toppings and that classic taste that everyone can’t help but get second servings of, one call to Malabon Express is all you need.

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Farinas Ilocos Empanada

Farinas brings the flavor of Ilocos to Manila – and not just because of their empanadas. Farinas Ilocos Empanada also offers mouth-watering and crispy bagnet by the bilao! It’s enough for everyone, or just for yourself if you don’t want to share.

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Farinas Bacon Bagnet Bilao
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Congo Grille

Crispy pata. Let’s talk about it. Deep fried pork knuckle with crispy skin, paired nicely with a vinegar soy dipping sauce. Craving for it? Congo Grille has it, and it tastes amazing! You can also try their other specialties like sinigang na baboy, jalapeno poppers, and Congo sisig!

Available for: Delivery via GrabFood, Lalafood, and Foodpanda.
Congo Grille crispy pata
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Kamay Kainan

The pandemic has sadly put our buffet hopping urges to a halt. But worry not! Kamay Kainan — one of the most popular buffets in the metro — still has its (delivery) doors open for you! Feast on their specialty items like kare-kare, fried bangus, and pata paksiw, and you’ll surely have a good time!

Available for: For pick up only care of buyer (via Lalamove or Grab)
Kamay Kainan chicharon bulaklak
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The Red Crab Alimango House

Some days, you just have to have a good crab meal. And on those days, you go to The Red Crab Alimango House. They’re one of the go-to restaurants for some amazing crab dishes that are always well-worth the fairly high price point.

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Red Crab Red Curry Crab
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Buko Loco

Who can say no to a refreshing bottle of buko juice? Buko Loco certainly does it best with their wide array of coconut juice blends and flavors. After all, not only is buko juice delicious, it’s extremely good for you too!

Available for: Delivery via CocoDelivery.
Buko Loco coconut milk
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Mang Bok’s

There’s a lot of litson manok stores all around the metro, but that didn’t stop Mang Bok’s from standing out! Their marinated roasted chicken is so full of flavor, you’ll probably order a second serving.

Available for: Pick-up, in-house delivery, or delivery via GrabFood and Lalafood.
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Buddy’s

Looking for a place that serves great pancit and great chicken? This Buddy’s got your back! Their Lucban inspired dishes is enough to make your mouth water. Pick from a variety of dishes – from traditional pinoy food, to pizza – and turn your meals into a fiesta!

Available for: Pick-up, or delivery via GrabFood, LalaFood, and FoodPanda.
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121 Grille and Restaurant

121 Grille is a popular go-to restaurant for those who love Manila nightlife. The good news? You can now enjoy their meals at home! Sizzling beef salpicao? Check! Lechon Kawali? Check! Happiness? Check!

Available for: Pick-up and in-house delivery.
121 Resto Crispy Pata
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Razon’s of Guagua

The Pampanga based restaurant showed us that you can make great food by keeping it simple. Their minimalist halo-halo is to die for, and their palabok is definitely one of the best you’ll ever taste.

Available for: Delivery via GrabFood, Foodpanda, and Lalafood.
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Tatang’s Boneless Lechon

One great thing about Tatang’s Lechon is that they serve them boneless! Yes, enjoy the one of the most coveted Cebu Lechons hassle free! Looking for a spicier kind? They got you. The spicy variant will surely be a party in your mouth!

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Tatang's Puso and Lechon
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Sabroso Lechon

If there’s one thing they do right in Visayas, it’d definitely lechon, and Sabroso Lechon is one of their benchmarks. Their oh-so-flavourful lechon will make anyone’s mouth water. Don’t think you can finish an entire lechon by yourself? Don’t worry – Sabroso’s minimum order is one kilo of lechon goodness.

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Sabroso Lechon belly
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King Sisig

Is there any pulutan more iconic than sisig? We don’t think so. When it cIs there any pulutan more iconic than sisig? We don’t think so. When it comes to this Pinoy favorite, King Sisig is one of the best places to go to. But this time, you can have them come to you! Choose from their arsenal of sisig from their Sizzling Boom Pares, or their Sizzling Lechon Sisig, and dine like royalty.

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King sisig porky pork sisig
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Hukad

Hukad, meaning ‘to serve food on a plate’ in Bisaya is a perfect name for this hometown favorite. Born in Cebu, this family style restaurant has won the hearts of many Cebuanos and is doing the same in Metro Manila. Make sure you don’t miss out on their baked scallops and liempo!

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Aristocrat

Those who grew up in Manila most likely have had the experience of having Aristocrat, right after church! The family restaurant has been serving recipes that have been around since 1928, and is still well-loved almost a hundred years later. From their chicken barbecue to their adobo sandwiches, Aristocrat doesn’t only serve food. It serves an experience.

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Aristocrat boneless chicken bbq
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Reyes BBQ

Nothing says Pinoy palette more than sweet and salty, and Reyes’ BBQ certainly infuses that into their marinades and sauces. And don’t even get us started on their peanut sauce! It elevates any of their already delicious barbecue dishes to a whole new level.

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Reyes pork bbq
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Binalot

If you’re looking for food that reminds you of the good old days, then check out Binalot. Their classic filipino dishes will remind you of home, whether you’re getting their fried tilapia, pork sinigang, or their sisig na makisig.

Available for: Delivery via GrabFood or LalaFood.
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Inengs

Barbecue — we’ve all had it! Whether it’s purchased from the street vendors, or eaten in a sit-down restaurant, barbecue is an essential part of Filipino cuisine. That’s why Ineng’s is such a big deal in the restaurant business! For over 20 years, they’ve been known to serve one of the best pork barbecues in Manila, and makes it even better by pairing it with their signature pancit.

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Tapa King

Silog dishes are undoubtedly one of the most famous pinoy breakfasts, ever. And who can do pinoy breakfasts better than Tapa King? Their huge selection of silogs — bangsilog, tapsilog, hotsilog — is enough to make your mouth water even if it’s not breakfast time!

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Tapa King Silogs
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Chicken Bacolod

For a quintessential Filipino favorite, check out Chicken Bacolod’s inasal. One bite and you’ll be transported straight to Negros! Their classic take on the inasal is enough to make people believe that it might just be the best chicken dish in the Philippines.

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Bulalugaw Express

Bulalugaw Express takes your traditional pinoy comfort food to the next level! Who knew that combining goto or lugaw with crispy pata and bulalo would be such a great hit? Well, they did — and that’s worthy of applause.

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Bulalugaw Express assorted lugaw
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RBX (Rice in a Box)

Upon its establishment in 1999, RBX has revolutionized meals-on-the-go. While the concept is simple (rice + toppings) the variety is definitely more than what will fit your plate!

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Bulalo World

When we think of Filipino comfort food we think of two things — sinigang, or bulalo. But can you have both? In Bulalo World, the answer is yes. Their bulalosinigang combines two of the most iconic Filipino dishes into a bowl of heaven.

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Lechon Factory

Who says lechon should only be saved for special occasions? Allow Lechon Factory to satiate your roast pork cravings, and order your lechon any day you want!

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JT’s Manukan

Did you know that JT’s Manukan is owned by Joel Torre? The Bacolod-born actor shares the same passion for food as he does with acting. Not only do they serve Bacolod-style chicken inasal, but they have popular Ilonggo dishes like kansi and batchoy.

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Bacolod Chicken Inasal

No need to fly out in order to have the authentic inasal experience. Bacolod Chicken Inasal will put that on the table for you, plus a huge selection of Filipino dishes!

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Bacolod Chicken Inasal, Pancit platter
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Michelle’s Homemade Putong Ube

In the realms of puto lovers and enthusiasts, no name rings a bigger bell than Michelle’s. Apart from their putong queso and putong ube, Michelle’s also offers a variety of pinoy delicacies such as piyaya, banana chips, and lengua de gato.

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Michelle's Assorted Puto
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Food-To-Go by Albergus

If you’re looking for hearty home cooked meals in the Metro, then check out FTG by Albergus. FTG (Food-To-Go) by Albergus serves pre-cooked frozen meals that are easy to store. Order from a wide range of classic dishes, heat, and then serve!

Available for: Pick-up or delivery via Lalamove or Mr. Speedy.
Summer Roll from Albergus
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We know you loved using the Booky app for discovering the newest places in your city. Given these extraordinary times, we want to continue being helpful during the ECQ so check out our updated food delivery guide,  restaurants that just reopened, where to shop for groceries online, and more.