Filipinos love food. Marvel on the many delicacies in the Philippines. Travel with a happy tummy.

Location: Powerplant Mall, Rockwell, Makati City, Philippines


Cuisine: Breads and Pastries

 

The BreadTalk in Powerplant mall in Rockwell, Makati City, Philippines is a daily destination for many people. The shop offers top-class baked products at affordable prices.

BreadTalk Powerplant Mall

Every bread or pastry fan will go drooling over the many selections you have in BreadTalk. The favorites in the place are the breads with floss like Hot Chick.

 

Buying bread is also easy and convenient. You can pick up the bread yourself on the stand with a provided thong and tray. This being the process in buying, you can meticulously look at the bread you are buying up close and personal. After choosing the bread or pastry you want, you can proceed to the counter and pay.

BreadTalk

The bread and pastry products are of reasonable prices and exceptionally delicious. You should definitely visit and marvel yourself with the selections.

 

Location: Rizal Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Philippines

Hours of Operation:

Mon - Thu:

8:00 am - 1:00 am

Fri:

7:00 am - 12:00 am

Sat - Sun:

9:00 am - 9:00 pm

Cuisine: Singaporean-Malaysian

Toast Box, Bonifacio Global City

Toast Box is a Singaporean-Malaysian food destination. As their name expresses, they serve superior bread toasts with tea and coffee. The price of the food is not that cheap but the satisfaction is guaranteed. Located in the beautiful Bonifacio Global City, it is a great place to go to. After a satisfying meal, you can stroll around Bonifacio Glocal City and marvel on the beauty.

 

The average price for toasts and other entrees in 180+ pesos. If you visit, don't forget to try the Pork Floss with Condensed Milk set. The set comes with 2 soft boiled eggs and your choice of coffee or tea.

 

Toast Box, Bonifacio Global City

 

Finally, a Jamba Juice in the Philippines! It is located in Bonifacio High Street in Taguig City. Jamba Juice boasts all natural juices from fresh fruit at affordable prices. It is located in a very beautiful place with colored fountains at night.

 

Going to Jamba Juice's location is worth the while. Bonifacio High Street is such a beautiful place. After buying your favorite juice concoction, you can stay there and watch the colorful fountains or stroll around Bonifacio High Street and visit the many shops in there.

 

I have tried the Juice and indeed it was satisfying. You can really taste the natural fruit flavors as you sip the cold beverage. It is really a treat to oneself.

Jamba Juice Philippines

The prices are reasonable, you have a wide range of choices of flavors and varied prices. It is also available in different sizes.

 

You can even take your picture in their photo booth and send the picture to your email like the one below:

Jamba Juice Picture Booth

Jamba Juice is indeed a treat. Go and visit now and go healthy and delicious!

 

Jamba Juice Philippines

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Location:B1 Bonifacio High Street, Fort Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Metro Manila,Philippines


Business Hours: 11:00 am - 12:00 mn


Cuisine: American

 Texas Roadhouse Grill

Hungry for grilled food? Texas Roadhouse Grill is the place to be! They serve classic American dishes like steaks, porkchops, fries and burgers. If you are in Bonifacio High Street and is hungry for big servings and American delicacies, this is the place to be. The ambiance is perfect and the people are super friendly.

 

The needed budget per person is plus-minus 350 pesos. With that budget you can have an entree. The entree are of big servings therefore, even if you are super hungry, you will definitely be satisfied. They have an indoor and outdoor dining area so wherever you feel like dining, its just a matter of choice.

 

Texas Roadhouse Grill

 

Admit it, half the reason people travel is for the food. Each country offers different tastes to tease the taste buds. Philippines have their own share of mouth watering, not to mention interesting delicacies that are just waiting to be explored by the tourists.


Balut

 

Balut

 

Tourists -- and I mean every tourist should get a taste of “balut”. A visit of the Philippines is not complete without sampling this product deemed to be an aphrodisiac by most Filipinos. Basically, it’s an egg – usually of a duck – wherein the embryo is allowed to grow up until a point, and then boiled. It’s best eaten with salt and most Pinoy’s take them with beer.

 

Dinuguan

Basically made from pig’s meat and blood. It actually taste’s very good especially if eaten right after its cooked partnered with another Filipino delicacy: puto.

 

Crispy Pata

One word: Crunchy. What makes food delicious involves the utilization of all senses, even hearing. Thus the crunchier the food is, the more attractive is it to us. And crispy pata made from pork knuckles is as crunchy as it gets.

 

Lechon

Firs there’s the blood, then there’s the knuckle. Lechon is the whole pig. This delicacy is very popular in huge parties. It’s basically the whole pig roasted with a special sauce periodically wiped on the pig’s skin to add flavor. The pig is also stuffed with sampalok so the taste would go all the way through.

 

Kwek-kwek

This one is extremely popular with the students. Its boiled quails egg covered with flour and fried. The delicacy comes with sauce specially made to complement its taste.

What else?

There are lots more actually, but discussing all of them could take a while. These are just the tip of the iceberg. Amount to be eaten should be moderate though as too much could cause havoc in your digestive system. Happy eating!

 

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