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Top Philippine Restaurants to Visit
Here’s a list of Philippine restaurants all over the archipelago that will put utter satisfaction to all of your other senses other than your taste buds.
By: Philippine Restaurant Directory
Here’s a list of Philippine restaurants all over the archipelago that will not only leave your taste buds wanting for more but will also put utter satisfaction to all of your other senses: the beautiful sceneries that also serve as soothing music to your ears and the well-known Filipino’s love and hospitality.
• Antonio's, Tagaytay-Aside of course for the money, Antonio's is a place if you don't want to worry about absolutely everything, with its most ideal ambiance, and a high class service combined. The place itself has the most ideal atmosphere that passes, even exceeds the criterion of a perfect setting for a romantic and intimate wedding proposal shooting, perhaps in real life as well. Antonio's' food and service in general has also made it grab the 10th spot in the recent "Top 20 list of restaurants in Asia".
• Kulinarya Kitchen, Makati City-The place will make your stomach growl just by looking at their meticulous and creative food presentations. Kulinarya Kitchen, Makati City-If is that kind of place where you can just close your eyes and order confidently whatever your finger points to without worrying if whether your money will go in vain since all their dishes are cooked to a wide mixture of tongue likeness.
• Breakthrough Restaurant, Iloilo-Traveling to the city of Iloilo won't be complete without trying out the Aligue Rice and the Managat fish in Breakthrough. The restaurant is named for what the owner, who is in fact a marine biologist, want to achieve in his chosen field.
• Floating Restaurant, Bohol-This restaurant is a must when traveling to Visayas. One doesn't have everyday to get to enjoy all the classic Filipino food and seafood specialties while on a restaurant that floats about a river, giving diners a spectacular panoramic view of Bohol.
• Jack’s Ridge, Davao City-especially during the night from its deck, the restaurant offers its diners the most spectacular city lights view of Davao City. It is in these kinds of places where you are obliged to pause and live at the moment. It is a great place to unwind with such a very soothing atmosphere and luscious dishes that mostly define local and native cuisines.
• The Bahay Kubo Restaurant, Samal Island- great escape for those who live and travel to the infamous Samal Island. No printed menus, great wines, authentic Filipino delicacies at reasonable prices, and all the best of Samal Island.
Other notable restaurants include:
• Ka Lui, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan
• Isla Naburot, Guimaras
• Kusina Salud, San Pablo, Laguna
• Vieux Chalet, Antipolo
• Claude Tayag’s Bale Dutung, Pampanga
• Kinabuhayan Café, Dolores, Quezon
• Café Juanita, Pasig
• Pendy’s, Bacolod City
But the list of the best Philippine Restaurants is not only limited to that. Other innovative ideas might still be in draft in the mind of someone’s creativity. As one foreign Travel Channel foodie said, “Filipino food is the next big thing”.
Set apart with a mixture of food spices and dishes, there’s more to Filipino dishes than the talk-of-the-