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Craving for a good doughnut? There are many to be found around the Metro!
Always from scratch and starting off with whole local potatoes, Pompoms flaunts fries that are crispy on the outside, but soft and mushy on the inside, making it unlike any other French fry you'd find in the market.
Up your snacking, whatever mood you’re in made more eggciting with The Golden Duck’s choices of salted egg crisps!
The wildly popular salted egg yolk snack from Singapore is now available in the Philippines, with its main store located at the U.P. Town Center in Quezon City.
We tried all the 15 hobbit holes open on our visit to give you all the can't-miss eats and drinks when you visit Grub Hub!
Kapitolyo's first outdoor food park is now open. Here are the food merchants ready to serve you.
Home to bargain and tiangge shopping, Greenhills evokes fond memories from decades past--especially of its little eateries serving comfort food for cheap. Here are seven food haunts, still standing after all these years, selling their iconic fare that won't hurt your wallet.
Now on its fifth year, the annual benefit food fair celebrates with even more reasons to eat and shop by finally opening a little store in Makati where you can get the best food finds from your favorite local food purveyors.
Fresh, nutrition-packed, yet vibrant with flavor -- healthy 'clean' eating is slowly permeating the metro, and this new spot offering salads, sandwiches, rice bowls, pasta bowls, and healthy juices is another refreshing addition to the lot.
A new quick to-go and self-service restaurant has sprouted in Salcedo Village, serving fresh and healthy fare.
At these DIY restaurants, you get to play chef as you choose, assemble, or even cook your own food.
Crispy, deep-fried, golden potato fries -- an awesome snack to share, and a side order to pair. We list 15 establishments found all over Metro Manila for your next french fries binge -- from budget and all-time food cart faves to various restaurants serving it with new flavors and messy-fun toppings.
Halo-halo, literally ‘mix-mix’ in Filipino, is a staple Pinoy shaved ice dessert, especially popular during summer. Read on to know how to make your own halo-halo at home and where to find the best versions in Manila.
Finally, a full-service salad bar and restaurant in the metro!
From pasta to sandwiches, gelatos to dips, coffees to wines -- this Greenhills cafe caters to every craving.