A visit to the Philippines is not complete without good food. It is only at The Mabuhay Manor Hotel in Pasay City where you’ll get to sample the best of regional Filipino cuisine without the hassles of traveling.
When at our Pasay City accommodation, make it a must to taste scrumptious delicacies from the Philippines’ 3 island groups: Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Here are just some of the food to try:
Bulanglang – a popular Kapampangan dish, it is a sour soup made with a medley of vegetables and pork, shrimp, or milkfish
Chili Chicken Feet – Manila’s counterpart of the Buffalo wings: tender chicken feet cooked to perfection and spiced just right
Pancit Habhab – a famous noodle dish from Quezon Province, it consists of special noodles from Lucban, fried pork meat, and a variety of vegetables. It is commonly served in a banana leaf and eaten with vinegar.
Arroz Valenciana – a specialty from Cebu that is similar to the Paella, it is made of a combination of glutinous and regular rice, chicken, chorizo de bilbao, shrimp, squid, and other spices.
Inihaw na Panga ng Tuna – you don’t have to go to Davao just to taste the freshest tuna. You can easily enjoy it here, its jaw grilled and served with a special sauce.
Of course, never miss out on these food items that are distinctly Pinoy:
Halo-Halo – an all-time favorite Filipino dessert that is a mix of sweet bananas, gelatin, sweet potato, and young coconut, among others, topped with leche flan (caramel cream custard) and ube (sweet violet yam)
Fresh Buco – refreshing coconut water and meat straight from the shell
Balut – Be adventurous! They say it isn’t for the weak, but it is a local delicacy that every Balikbayan and tourist should definitely try out.
From breakfast to dinner and all the merienda in between, you will surely be able to savor the best of Filipino food at The Mabuhay Manor Hotel in Pasay City.