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8 mouthwatering local dishes to try when in Newport World Resorts

8 mouthwatering local dishes to try when in Newport World Resorts

Explore the vibrant flavors and fascinating history of our local cuisines this Filipino Food Month

Growing up in a Filipino household means being surrounded by our rich culture, especially when it comes to the delicious dishes that grace our tables. But as we venture out on our own, we often find ourselves longing for those comforting home-cooked meals prepared by our grandparents or parents.

If you’re like me, living away from home and craving a taste of those elevated local flavors, then this April is your chance to indulge. Head over to Newport World Resorts, where they’re celebrating Filipino Food Month in partnership with the National Commission on Culture and Arts (NCCA).

With the theme “Engaging the Youth in Shaping the Future of Philippine Culinary Heritage and Gastronomy,” this partnership invites us all to explore and relish the vibrant flavors and fascinating history behind Filipino cuisine, whether you’re hankering for savory delights or delightful desserts.

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So, whether you’re a homesick local or a curious traveler, here are eight mouthwatering dishes you absolutely have to try from the fantastic array offered at Newport World Resorts’ hotels and restaurants:

  1. Sinuglaw
    Transport your taste buds to the Visayas and Mindanao islands with the tantalizing blend of flavors in this pork and fish dish from Casa Buenas at Newport Garden Wing. Their Sinuglaw is a true culinary masterpiece, featuring succulent grilled pork, refreshing tuna ceviche, and a burst of flavor from toyomansi gelee.
  1. Cebuchon
    Let Sheraton Manila Hotel take you on a journey to Cebu with their rendition of this slow-roasted pork belly, infused with aromatic herbs and spices that pay homage to Cebuano culinary heritage.
Kapampangan Sisig
  1. Kapampangan Sisig
    Savor the goodness of this classic Pampanga favorite at Hilton Manila. Their sizzling-hot cast-iron plate serves up this mouthwatering, savory pork dish.
  1. Wagyu Bistek Tagalog
    Elevate your taste experience with Hotel Okura’s take on this beloved Filipino beef dish using Japanese wagyu marinated in Yamasa soy sauce and yuzu juice.
Chili Kangkong Crab
  1. Chili Kangkong Crab
    Dive into a seafood paradise at The Red Crab Alimango Food House, where fresh crab meets spiced kangkong in a fiery, savory sauce.
  1. Wagyu Brisket Caldereta
    Indulge in the bold flavors of Philippine cuisine with Rafael’s Tapas Bar and Restaurant’s luxurious take on this traditional beef stew celebrating prime beef and culinary craftsmanship.
  1. Ginataang Bilo-Bilo
    Treat yourself to a sweet delight at Silogue, where creamy glutinous rice balls swim in a luscious coconut milk broth, creating a dessert that’s both comforting and indulgent.
Brazo de Mercedes
  1. Brazo de Mercedes
    For a taste of nostalgia, visit Holiday Inn Express Manila-Newport where you can find this beloved Filipino dessert marrying fluffy meringue and rich custard.
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