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Happy 116th Philippine Independence Day

What can be a more fitting celebration for Philippine Independence Day than dining at our very own Filipino Restaurants and savoring our history through sumptuous Filipino dishes.

Here's my list of restaurant suggestions:


Aristocrat for its famous chicken barbeque.

Casa Roces for its beef tapa or tapsilog.


Livestock for its crispy pata. 

Pino Resto + Bar for its "isol" popcorn.

Ristorante delle Mitre for its laing.

Sentro 1771 for its sinigang na corned beef.


And for great tasting Filipino desserts, you may head to:


Nathaniel's for the buko pandan salad.

Razon's for the halo-halo.












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