This Independence Day weekend, celebrate your freedom at these awesome food festivals

Monday, June 12, is the 119th Independence Day of the Philippines and it also means one extra day of freedom (from work) after the weekend. Here are some awesome food festivals you can enjoy with family and friends wherever you are in the metro. Kanyaman Filipino Food Festival Novotel Hotel Manila, Quezon City Celebrity chef,

Food guides & features

The best things we ate at World Street Food Congress 2017

Today (Sun, June 4) may be the last day of the much talked about World Street Food Congress, but the culinary delights we devoured will forever be in our hearts and minds. The...

The best things we ate at World Street Food Congress 2017

Words of wisdom from speakers of the World Street Food Congress 2017

Street food is more than just street food. It’s also a celebration of culture and heritage. For the second time in a row, the Philippines is playing host to the World Street...

Words of wisdom from speakers of the World Street Food Congress 2017

How to make Chef Tatung’s signature Pork Pot Roast at home

Internationally acclaimed celebrity chef, Madrid Fusion presenter, author, and host Myke ‘Tatung’ Sarthou created the perfect family dish for the weekend. Just like...

How to make Chef Tatung’s signature Pork Pot Roast at home

Have a deliciously rebellious meal at Black Sheep by Chef Patrick Go

For Chef Patrick Go, every dish is a story. Every ingredient tells a tale. Every chef, a storyteller. As the new executive chef of Black Sheep, Chef Patrick has his share of...

Have a deliciously rebellious meal at Black Sheep by Chef Patrick Go

This Korean restaurant serves ‘cold desserts with warm hearts’

Summer is here! And as much as you love getting that perfect tan this summer, we also know you’re looking forward to a cold, refreshing treat to cool you off (because this heat...

This Korean restaurant serves ‘cold desserts with warm hearts’

Shakshouka? Bourekas? Discover irresistible Israeli food at Chaplin

It’s one thing to lust over this Israeli treat on TV, but tasting it — no, experiencing it — is a completely different story. Shakshouka, an Israeli dish, from Chaplin...

Shakshouka? Bourekas? Discover irresistible Israeli food at Chaplin

Savor heavenly Japanese fare at Aozora Bistro & Cafe in Tagaytay

Tagaytay City is of the best weekend destinations since it’s only about two hours away from all the busy-ness of Metro Manila. Surrounded by the scenic view of the Taal...

Savor heavenly Japanese fare at Aozora Bistro & Cafe in Tagaytay

Why chicken lovers (and more) flock to Señor Pollo

Señor Pollo Famous Latin Chicken is another gastronomic creation by Dixie Mabanta of Café Mediterranean and El Chupacabra fame, but his son Jaco takes care of the operations....

Why chicken lovers (and more) flock to Señor Pollo

Of Conquests and Callos: Café Enye’s flavors of Colonial Spain

  Eastwood City in Quezon City is a sea of restaurants and food stalls this part of the metro, but every now and then an establishment stands out from the crowd and sets...

Of Conquests and Callos: Café Enye’s flavors of Colonial Spain

Coconuts Manila Food guides & features

We do the leg work so you don’t have to end up lost and hungry. In the Coconuts Manila food guides and features, read about our explorations as we search for the best beef pares in Quezon City or the undiscovered watering holes in Marikina. Coconuts Manila loves to go deep into the Manila food scene- from surveying out-of-town restaurants that make long trips worthwhile, to checking out the best milkshake places in town. Our food guides and features will help you plan your next food adventure. Whether you’re a tourist wanting to experience the best of Filipino cuisine or a local looking for a new place to add to your regular spots, we’ll make sure you get to try all the best eats in the country's capital.