This week, Department of Tourism and SM Supermalls celebrate the flavors of the Philippines and there’s no better way to feast than through a salu-salo with your closest friends and family. Here’s a rundown of the most mouth-watering dishes in the South.
Flying to Cebu to get a taste of the best lechon is now a thing of the past as Zubuchon opened a branch in SM Southmall. Try their sizzling lechon – a twist on a classic favorite!
- Gerry’s Grill
Whether you like yours with mayo or no mayo, the Filipinos’ love for sisig is irrefutable and Gerry’s Grill has served 10 million of these already over the years.
- Blackbeard’s Seafood Island
For extreme seafood bonding, try Blackbeard’s Seafood Island’s Garlic Seafood Delight Boodle. Garlicky, grilled goodness!
- Kuya J Restaurant
For a more casual dining experience, go to Kuya J’s. Their deep-fried crispy pork skin with tender juicy pata meat will make you order another round of rice.
- Mesa Filipino Moderne
Sinigang is always a Filipino comfort food. Mesa Filipino Moderne however has a unique take on the classic sour dish – adding some sweetness to it with pineapple. The somewhat odd pairing makes for a fresh take on sinigang!
- Hukad sa Golden Cowrie
A feast isn’t a feast without pancit in it. Try Hukad’s Pancit Habhab loaded with seafood and veggies.
- Maxi Mango
Mango desserts, whether served on its own or with condensed milk, are always popular in the Philippines. Maxi Mango’s deconstructed mango graham dessert with ice cream is definitely a crowd favorite.
Malling is made even more fun in the Philippines when you have these tasty favorites nearby! For more information, visit @SMSouthmall on Facebook and Instagram.
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