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Where to Get Your Homemade Filipino Meals

Where to Get Your Homemade Filipino Meals

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Filipinos around the world will agree that there’s nothing quite like the taste of home.

Filipino cuisine is famous for its diverse flavor, colorful presentation, and ability to make you feel at home. Whether you’re throwing a party or are in need of a little comfort, you can count on these local businesses to serve good ol’ Filipino food.

Bella’s Comfort Food

Parañaque’s very own place for delicious Filipino meals, Bella’s Comfort Food has a wide array of authentic dishes for your next meal. The dishes, which range from pork adobo and sisig to lumpia and rellenong bangus, are served in large family-size trays in pretty generous amounts. Customers can also try their hand at playing chef with Bella’s special sauces, which are offered through Lazada.

Puto Pao King

Puto Pao King is a proud business that provides “Filipino favorites with a twist.” Since 2009, this shop has been serving popular Pinoy dishes like pancit palabok, adobong pusit, kare-kare, and beef salpicao. Customers with a sweet tooth can also order Filipino classics like tibok-tibok, puto pao, and biko

Josephine’s Comfort Food

Another source of “just-like-home” Filipino food, Josephine’s Comfort Food offers tasty packed meals like lechon kawali, bistek tagalog, and pork binagoongan. This Makati-based business takes orders with a two-day lead time, so make sure to plan ahead!

Open Galley

Southies, heads up! Open Galley, which is located in Las Piñas, is here to serve you special, mouth-watering Filipinos meals. Choose from dishes like chicken pastel, miki bihon, and halabos na hipon to satisfy your cravings. If you’re looking to explore your taste buds, you can also try their non-Filipino meals like chicken fillet and beef lasagna.

Pinoy Afoodable

And of course, North peeps can also expect their own Filipino food hub in the QC area. Pinoy Afoodable caters to big and small parties with their large fresh lumpia and palabok trays as well as their bopis and Bicol express tubs. They also offer kakanin bilao and sapin-sapin for your after-dinner dessert.

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