Filipino Food

Sky rises and sunsets: Outdoor dining with stunning views

If you want to catch the sunset or enjoy the city skyline with a drink in hand, these venues are worth the visit

adobo flavored fries laid with adobo ingredients
Adobo is not just chicken or pork. At this local chain, it’s also fries

Potato Corner’s new limited-edition flavor is an ode to the lasting salty and sour flavor of adobo

A list of bellychon places for your putok batok prayers

The beauty of bellychon is that it immediately cuts to the chase. Less mess, no carving, and *definitely* no leftovers

Fish fest: The difference between daing, tuyo, and buwad

Give a person fish and it’ll last them a meal. Teach a person the types of fish prep and it’ll last them a lifetime

burger with lechon as buns, double patties, double cheese, pickles, rice
Lechon burger with 1/2kg pork belly as buns exists in Australia

Think lechon kawali stacked with double beef patties, double cheese, pickles, and special sauce. It also comes with rice in another version!

filipino restaurant jeepney in east village new york
Filipino restaurant Jeepney that popularized kamayan in NYC to close down

The shutdown doesn’t mean the end of Jeepney. Restaurateur Nicole Ponseca said she wants to expand to other cities with a “fast-fancy” iteration

adobo beets with atsara and coconut lemongrass rice
Adobo can be meatless, too. Just ask this home ‘kewk’

Instagram food account @ahomekewk, created by our former publisher Bea Ledesma—of chefs- and stars-approved veggie burger fame—is not a one-dish wonder. In a new collab with long-time friend and chef Miko Calo, A Home Kewk takes on adobo made meatless

sinigang versions
These sinigang versions are next on our must-cook list

These unconventional sinigang versions are here when you want to try something new

filipino barbecue stall selling grilled skewered innards
LOOK: Ihawan in NYC earns P200k a week from selling isaw, betamax

Robin John Calalo a.k.a. Isaw Boy started with just a $50 capital. Now he is NYC’s go-to spot for Pinoy barbecue

If you haven’t tried these Cebuano dishes, you’re missing out

Lechon is always the first dish people associate with Cebu. While that’s valid, there are so many other dishes that deserve attention