Where to Eat the Best Filipino Foods in SG

Jul 19

Filipino cuisine is colourful and exciting. If you are a Filipino working in Singapore, you should head to the best Filipino restaurants in town. Your longing for home will surely be lessened. Filipinos not only enjoy and love the cuisine but also locals and other tourists.

Whether you crave for Filipino dishes or you simply want to try, here’s a list of the best Filipino restaurants in Singapore:

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Bonifacio Restaurant

Bonifacio Restaurant is located in Kreta Ayer Road Chinatown. The restaurant is famous because of celebrities and famous personalities who dined there. Filipinos can bring their non Filipino friends to enjoy the cuisine. They also offer catering services and functions for different occasions. You must try their Kaldereta, Tokwa, Pork Barbeque, Milkfish belly, Daing na Bangus and many more. The price ranges from S$11 to S$20. They are open from 11am to 3pm and 6pm to 10pm every Tuesday to Sunday.

Mang Kiko’s

Mang Kiko’s is located in Somerset Youth Park, Lucky Plaza, Lau Pa Sat and Makansutra. It is only a stall that serves the best Filipino barbeque. They also offer roast pork or commonly called Lechon in the Philippines. They have roasted chicken, sisig and pork belly. The price ranges from S$6 to S$10. The stall opens daily from 11:30am to 11pm.

7,107 Flavours Restaurant

7,107 Flavours Restaurant is located in Neil Road. It is a fine dining restaurant. The restaurant serves more than food because it also feeds the customers ideas about the Philippines. You must try their Lechon de leche, Nilasing na Sugpo, Sinigang, Adobong baboy, Kare-kare and many more. The price for every meal is more or less S$40. They are open from Monday-Saturday (11:30am to 11:30pm) and Sunday (11am to 11pm).

Gerry’s Grill

Gerry’s Grill is located in Starhub centre, Marina Bay Sands food court and Makansutra Glutton’s Bay. The grill is famous because of excellent foods at reasonable prices. You should try calamari, garlic rice, sisig, crispy pata, kare-kare, sinigang and many more. The price ranges from S$21 to S$30. The store is open from 12noon to 10pm daily.

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