Filipino Comfort Food 101: Manam Philippines

Filipino food has more often than not become an underdog in international culinary cuisine. It’s not as widespread and popular like Chinese, Japanese, or Indian food yet, but it’s one Asian culinary cuisine that is slowly getting recognized worldwide. In the Philippines, some of the best Pinoy chefs have mustered the courage to diversify classic and traditional flavors but also add fusion in its flavors.

Number One Sisig in Manila

A crowd favorite restaurant that many locals and foreigners go to and are often fond of visiting when in Manila is Manam Comfort Food. There’s a great demand for its best sellers as it has gained the title holder of “The No. 1 Sisig in Manila” for two consecutive years by, Metro Manila’s top online publication, according to the Moment Group.

Manam can be found in various parts of Metro Manila, with 11 branches all over the metro. One promising venue, superb ambiance, and the great interior is at the Bonifacio Global City branch at the GF, Net Park Bldg., 5th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City. Comfort Filipino food is done quite authentically at Manam and is usually serving best-sellers like House Crispy Sisig, Sinigang na Beef Short Rib & Watermelon, and their Ube + Sago Shake quite fast.

Variety in Flavor and Serving

The dishes at Manam is served in three various sizes, from small, medium, and large dishes for small and big groups dining in the establishment, as the restaurant is geared towards a family-style setting; a Filipino trait that is carried on in many aspects of the Pinoy way of life. The BGC branch is open from 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM daily, which is easily accessible and located in the middle of BGC and has, is easily accessible to passerbys looking for a grub last minute.

Filipino food is slowly and surely making its way to being a world-renowned flavor that has brought forth Pinoy pride in the most blissful and authentic way possible. Chefs at Manam bring forth a top-notch menu of classic Filipino foods, from beloved Filipino breakfasts like tocino, tapa, and longganisa, the greatest grub in the country is one that will stay for a while.

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