If you are a food stylist, food blogger, gourmet chef, caffeine junkie or just a keen foodie, you definitely are more worried about your salad being finely chopped than your appearance. To keep up with your food cravings there are these street food fairs, wine tasting events and food festivals in Manila. For all the foodies who are avid learners; there are cooking workshops, baking workshops, cake making classes in Manila and a lot more. You can also explore various food truck festivals happening in the Manila.
Content your taste buds with sumptuous food. Craving for food already? Explore some amazing food events in Manila.
Weekend means getaway and getaway means good food and chill scenes. Manila, the capital of the Philippines, has you covered. The island city is not only rich in art but take cares of the needs of a foodie too. Metro Manila houses a variety of foreign cuisine restaurant, helping you cherish every mood. Indian Butter Chicken to American Burgers, food in Manila will not disappoint you. Apart from foreign cuisines, the cities own delicacies are a must try. Food trucks in Manila and the Manila pub crawl are your ultimate guide to what the city has to offer. This city sure screams and says “You can take Manila out of food but not food out of Manila.”.
Food Trucks in Manila make sure that you have a way of enjoying the scenic beauty and fill your stomach with mouthwatering dishes. Joe’s Meatshack at Chino Roces Ave is every meat lover’s ultimate destination. Open till 5 AM on weekends, it serves American burgers and steaks, accepting cash and card as acceptable modes of payment. The FoodTruck Manila QC has your Taco and Burrito mood covered as it is a Texas-Mexican Joint and is recommended by many people on social media. Food parks in Manila are not only Insta-worthy but also give you everything in one place and satiate every desire of yours. Carnival Food Park’s bright lights and 26 varieties of stalls are sure to make you go gaga over the food in Manila. Another tourist-favorite food park in Manila is the Grub Hub that consists of dining areas, each with a unique them of their own. There are 17 food stalls in Lord of the Rings inspired stalls.
A cultural trip to Manila can only be complete when you avoid the food parks in Manila and opt for street food. The street food in Manila ensures a burst of flavors in your mouth. The Quiapo Market in the bustling old downtown district offers the perfect view and houses dishes such as mami, tusok-tusok, balut, and fresh lumpia, each more promising than the other. Mang Larry’s Isawan offers a sight of the grilled dishes of Manila. Salt, pepper and crispy skins are the only distinguishing features here but they will not leave you with a bland taste and that is exactly their specialty. The food in Manila goes way beyond regular restaurants and dishes for it also conducts annual food festivals to make sure you have the perfect cheat day. The Great British Festival, inclusive of brands such as M&S, Chuck’s Grub and Union Jack Tavern, hosts British food and drinks and concerts as well as fashion shows by famous British artists. Entry to the public is free with a chance of winning various prizes and one lucky winner gets to visit the United Kingdom. National Pancake Day on the third of March does not go unnoticed in Manila as IHOP allows customers to eat unlimited pancakes on that day for P250.
For all the hoggers who are in hunt for appetizing food, we have you covered with some fantastic food and drinks events that satiate your heart.
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