Filipino Food

10 Rainy Day Filipino Dishes to Cozy Up With

As the seasons change and the temperatures begin to drop, we may find ourselves reaching for more plentiful, rich foods. From comforting steaming soups to indulgent Kapeng Barako. What better way to fight off the cold-weather blues than with a hearty lineup of Filipino comfort food classics? Here are a few of my favorites to fend off the chill.

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Ooma Japanese Rice Bar, Mandaluyong City

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I am not a fan of fusion cuisine (as it is so often done poorly). I do enjoy it once in a while, but given a choice between authentic cooking or fusion cuisine, I would much rather have the authentic one, the way the locals eat it. Given, I didn’t had a choice that day since most restaurants were full and my friend was insistent to try Ooma.

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Cafe Juanita in Kapitolyo, Pasig City

Cafe Juanita is one of my favorite restaurants in Kapitolyo. I always go back to their sumptuous cooking. And I love the homey yet old fashioned ambiance of the restaurant. It has so much flair and it looks quirky and alive.

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Takashi Japanese Cuisine, Pasig City

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A short but sweet review of one of my favorite restaurants in town, Takashi Japanese Cuisine located in Pioneer Center, Pasig City.

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Torch, BGC

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This place was referred to me by my aunt who is a huge foodie too so I went to try it out. This is their branch in Bonifacio Global City.

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