10 Pinoy fusion dishes to try around Metro Manila

Traditional Filipino dishes have always been our comfort food ever since. From well-known viands to classic meriendas, we will always crave for dishes like Sinigang, Kare-Kare, Pancit Palabok, and so much more!

But since it’s already 2019, Filipinos started to elevate those traditional recipes. Giving our favorites a whole new twist and connecting it with other cuisines all around the world. Yes. We are talking about those Pinoy fusion dishes that we often see on Instagram. Nakakagutom, right?

Well, if ever you’re roaming around Metro Manila, we’ve handpicked a bunch of Pinoy fusion dishes you should definitely try:

10. Tapa Eggs Benedict at Kanto Freestyle Breakfast

When you wanna be fancy and want an English breakfast but you just can’t simply let go of your favorite tapa…

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9. Spicy Laing Carbonara at Empacho Restaurant

Can’t make your kids eat “Laing”? They won’t know it’s in there… *wink*

Branch: #170 Tomas Morato Avenue corner Don Roces, Brgy. Sacred Heart, QC

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8. Chicharon Bulaklak & Isaw Pasta at Chef Arch’s Lime

Street food and pulutan in one dish? Make it better by adding a touch of Italian to it!

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Branch: 160 San Rafael St., Mandaluyong City

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7. Shrimp Aligue Pasta at Lola Cafe

I’m pretty sure aligue rice is one of your faves… But have you ever tried aligue pasta?

Branches: Scout Lozano St., Diliman QC, and The Podium

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6. Crispy Pancit Palabok at Manam

Can’t decide whether you’re gonna have Chinese crispy noodles or your favorite Pancit Palabok? Say no more!

Branches: Greenbelt 2, Net Park BGC, Power Plant Mall, and more.

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5. Pritchon Wrap at Cabalen

What’s better than your usual Lechon? Having it fried (hence the name, Pritchon) and wrapping it with pita bread!

Branches: SM Mall of Asia, Alabang Town Center, Trinoma Mall, and more.

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4. Sinigang Paella with Grilled Pork Belly at Neil’s Kitchen

You know what’s gourmet? Turning your classic Sinigang na Baboy into your favorite Spanish dish – Paella! Fancy, right?

Branches: Westgate Center Muntinlupa and Glorietta 1

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3. Sizzling Sinigang at Locavore

When you can’t have enough of that delicious hot soup… Go for Sizzling Sinigang! (Because why not?)

Branches: Burgos Circle BGC, Kapitolyo, S Maison, and more.

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2. Kare-Kare Burrito at Tittos Latin BBQ & Brew

Yes, we know. This is crazy. Who would have thought that you can actually enjoy your favorite ulam in a wrap?

Branch: 16 East Capitol Drive, Kapitolyo

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1. Sisig Tacos at Tipsy Pig

Talk about some ‘belly good’ tacos! And yeah, those crispy pork belly on top looks bomb!

Branch: Capitol Commons, Burgos Circle, and Tomas Morato

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Gotta start calling the gang for a delish food crawl around the Metro! Also, share with us your favorite Pinoy fusion dishes!






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