It's the food found everywhere in the Philippines, such as Jollibee, the Filipino McDonald's - plus two bakeries (Red Ribbon and Valerio's Bakery); Grill City serving chicken and pork skewers,... Read More
It's the food found everywhere in the Philippines, such as Jollibee, the Filipino McDonald's - plus two bakeries (Red Ribbon and Valerio's Bakery); Grill City serving chicken and pork skewers, grilled fish, classic dishes like Silog (garlic rice, fried egg and meat) and interesting vegetables like bitter melon and taro. Try Lechon Kawali (deep fried pork); lumpia (egg rolls); crispy bagnet (pork belly) or chicharon calamari at Crispy Town; Noodle City's noodle dishes, especially sweet Filipino spaghetti; fried rice; and soups like a beef wonton noodle. Finish with ube ice cream. It is a supermarket, too, so after eating wander the enormous fresh seafood area and Asian produce sections, browse packaged noodles and imported snacks; and pickup canned spicy sardines, longanisa pork sausage or Filipino vinegar for your next go at making adobo.
- Food Halls: "The lines are long on weekends (try to know what you want to order before it's your turn) and communal tables may not be cleaned as often as one would hope, so tidy up when you're done."
- Best for Food Halls Because: The food is inexpensive and adventurous and the massive supermarket is fun to explore.