Filipinos just LOVE to eat. That’s why they discovered different varieties of food to grill. From pork barbeques or fishes to intestines of the chicken and/or pig or the feet of the chicken. We also have this food called betamax and the dugo. There is no waste when you grew up here in the Philippines. Even the intestines of the animals they cook and eat it.
It’s usually a sign that you are a Filipino if you know these stuffs. Especially if you and your family grills pork and vegetables like eggplant and eat with your bare hands in a banana leaf during your family getaway or during one of the annual gathering of families. #DoingItTheFilipinoWay Isn’t it just fun to eat in a Filipino custom?
You should also try the one of the best Filipino food. The ihaw-ihaw!!! This is a must try food because it doesn’t look apetizing when you figured out what is it. But actually it really tastes good with vinegar in it!! How it complements the barbecue or isaw and it’ll leave you wanting to have more! Oh, so tempting!!
We recommend the store near imus plaza and Nathan’s. It’s in the line of picachow. They have the tastiest ihaw-ihaw ever! Try it as a cookout with your friends and family. You can always eat the filipino way.. If you still have rice on your plate, order more ulam. And vice versa ’til you can’t eat anymore 😂
We all have that moment where we crave for something we ourselves don’t know what. Where else is better than a place that offers lots of variety of different foods. Plaza offers varieties from sorbetes(dirty ice cream), lumpia, to home cooked meals like tapsilog, and ADOBO!
Imus plaza is the right place to dine! If you want something heavy, you can try Dongalo’s best. They’re known for their special tapsilog. We tried it ourselves and we can support their claim. It really is one of the best tapas we’ve eaten! If you like something with “sabaw”, plaza offers lugaw and goto. Lugaw and Gotto are both rice porridge but lugaw is the plain one with(or without–it’s your choice) egg in it and the goto is the one with meat. Plaza also offers *drumroll* LUMPIA! Who doesn’t eat lumpia? Almost every store offers lumpia.. How cool is that?
If you’re craving for something fried, try plaza’s street foods! At the price of ten pesos you can eat plenty of calamares(breaded squid) or fishballs and kwek-kweks.
Of course foodtrip is not satisfying without… Deserts! Plaza offers their famous dirty ice cream(don’t worry, it’s not really dirty 😂) to saging con yelp and halo-halo 🍦🍧
Plaza is the perfect place for a foodtrip with your barkada. Even if it’s late at night or hapon chill, it’s a good place to hangout with your friends and family. Also if you’re looking for something affordable- “swak sa budget” as they call it- plaza is really the right place to go. 🙂