In-N-Out hosting pop-up event in Taguig City today

Californian cult favorite burger chain In-N-Out is setting up a pop-up store in Taguig City for a one day-only event today. The brand is notoriously restrictive about expanding its operations in other parts of the world (and even within the US) but it looks like Filipinos can get a taste of its beloved “Animal Style” ...

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Elephant Grounds: Cult favorite HK cafe brings specialty coffee, artisanal ice cream, and Asian-inspired brunch to BGC

Elephant Grounds: Cult favorite HK cafe brings specialty coffee, artisanal ice cream, and Asian-inspired brunch to BGC

Bonifacio Global City has become the go-to location for international brands coming to Manila for the first time, and the latest to set up shop in the business district is Hong...

Japanese-inspired ‘craft milk bar’ FRNK opens today

Japanese-inspired ‘craft milk bar’ FRNK opens today

Those who love creamy drinks but have had enough of milk tea can now turn their attention to FRNK, a new Japanese milk bar that opens in Makati City’s Glorietta 3 mall...

Where to find the best, most bangin’ cookies in Manila

Where to find the best, most bangin’ cookies in Manila

We wish we lived in a world in which all cookies were made equal, but alas, readers — we know that world does not exist. If there’s anything more maddening than biting...

Tokyo Tokyo now has three flavors of Japanese-style chicken wings, including Sriracha

Tokyo Tokyo now has three flavors of Japanese-style chicken wings, including Sriracha

Japanese fast food chain Tokyo Tokyo said today that it will start serving three flavors of chicken wings in all of its stores nationwide. The Japanese-style chicken wings called...

Choc Nut ice cream is now a thing and you can get it at The Lost Bread 

Choc Nut ice cream is now a thing and you can get it at The Lost Bread 

Choc Nut is a chocolate-peanut candy that most Filipinos grew up eating. They’re a favorite recess snack and are ever-present in children’s party loot bags. Now that...

McDonald’s now offers Milk Tea McFloat in Philippines

McDonald’s now offers Milk Tea McFloat in Philippines

The milk tea craze just keeps on growing in the Philippines and the latest joint to offer it is none other than fast-food giant McDonald’s. Their Milk Tea McFloat is now...

Popeyes brings signature fried chicken and Filipino-style spaghetti to Manila

Popeyes brings signature fried chicken and Filipino-style spaghetti to Manila

Fried chicken chain Popeyes has got everyone in Manila excited ever since they announced their comeback in August last year, several years after closing up shop in the city. And...

Happy Thursday, Folks: Yellow Cab to offer unlimited wings each Thursday this month

Happy Thursday, Folks: Yellow Cab to offer unlimited wings each Thursday this month

Ain’t no party like a chicken wing party. Yellow Cab announced today that it will offer an unlimited wings promo for PHP349 (US$6.66) on May 16, 23, and 30 — all the...

World Street Food Congress canceled (again)

World Street Food Congress canceled (again)

Will there ever be another World Street Food Congress here in Manila? Not anytime soon, according to an announcement from its organizers today. The World Street Congress (WSFC)...


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Coconuts Manila Food & Drink

Restaurants are opening left and right; the best chefs have reached rock star status; and diners are willing to empty their wallets just to try the latest food trends —without a doubt, Manila’s F&B industry is thriving! Coconuts Manila is here to report on the most gastronomical destinations you’ve got to check out (or avoid). From craft beer bars to the cutest cafes, we’ll let you in on some of Manila’s best kept secret spots. Where to take your balikbayan guests for dinner? Where to get the best homemade dessert? Where to enjoy the crispiest lechon skin? Coconuts Manila regularly publishes food guides that can help you eat your way around the Metro. We’ve also traveled in different parts of the Philippines in search of the best culinary gems that the country has to offer (Bulalo from Iloilo, anyone?). Coconuts Manila writers are always interested in eating and learning about good grub. There’s always space in our tummies for sinigang and adobo, for cinnamon rolls and ice cream cakes. We try to keep up with the latest food trends, from the most affordable street food vendors to the finest 5-star dining restaurants. Over the years, Coconuts Manila has become known for a series of videos called Carinderia Crawl, where we visit the most interesting eateries in the Metro. We also have regular food columns like the Coconuts Hot Spot and the Critic’s Table. Watch this space, and we’ll serve you all the food and drink stories you can handle.