Being part of an archipelago, you’d think that going pescetarian would be easy. Boy, was I wrong. There is a lot of pork, beef, and chicken consumption in the Philippines. Unless you’re living right next to the sea, better say goodbye to affordable fish dishes.
Living in the Metro means a busy day, hectic life. So the obvious is go for fast food. Here’s a handy list of what fishy orders get from the local fast food scene.
Above Sea Level is among the fastest growing franchise in the Metro. Heck, even in the Philippines, I bet. Within a year, Above Sea Level rose to meet the huge demands and had expanded exponentially. The target of most of these franchisees are the food parks that are popping up everywhere in the country.
This Above Sea Level restaurant in Maginhawa is the first stand alone the franchise has built. It’s ran and managed by the creator of the brand, you’ll truly experience what the restaurant is all about.
Cafe Adriatico has become an institution. From early 1980’s, it has been known to be the most popular date place in Manila. My parents had their dates there before they even got married. Years later it’s still a popular place for diners.
Cafe Adriatico pulls into its embrace lagacies and generations of people who have always been coming. It usually starts when the parents had dated there, got married, brought their family there. Those kids would bring their date there, get married, then bring THEIR own families in turn.
Bistro Remedios is an iconic restaurant that upholds the traditional Filipino family and eating culture. They try to preserve the old houses exterior in the area. Bistro Remedios does exactly that by preserving the exterior of the old house it used to be and converting it into this legacy of a restaurant.
Right in the heart of Banawe with the rich culture and overflowing food places in the area, Chinatown’s Best Food had to compete with intense competition. How did they stay on top? The establishment really steps up in proving that they do more than deserve their restaurant name.
If you’re looking for ramen in San Juan, you’ll definitely think of Oyasumi Ramen. Oyasumi in Japanese means “Good night”. Surely, it’s the best description for this restaurant for after eating here, you’ll be so full you’ll want to sleep right there and then.