Philippines Menus — Philippine Menus
Mary Grace Menu Cover

Mary Grace Menu

Mary Grace is a family-owned restaurant that has slowly become a household name when it comes to decadent fresh-from-the-oven baked goods and tasty hot chocolates and coffees. Started as a bakery, Mary Grace now has a cafe with delicious meals as well. It’s a tita and tito approved restaurant!

Continue reading
Macau Cover

Macau Imperial Tea Menu

Macao Imperial Tea is a staple brand in the milk tea scene. With over 500 branches worldwide and more than 100 of those are in the Philippines, Macao Imperial Tea is easily one of the biggest milk tea chains.

While specializing in milk teas, Macao has an expansive menu that includes their Mpresso drinks, the bestselling cheesecake beverages, and the newly released Malunggay series. The Macao Imperial Tea menu has over ten categories alone —which begs the question, where should you start first?

Continue reading

Peri Peri Chicken Menu Cover

Peri Peri Chicken Menu

For more than 15 years, Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken and Sauce Bar have been serving the cravings of the Filipino people for the explosive flavors of Southern African cuisine.

The idea behind this homegrown restaurant? It’s all about the flair for international flavors but still recognizable and familiar to the local palate. Coming from its namesake, Peri-Peri is hailed for its charcoal peri-peri chicken, BBQ ribs, and the signature Peri-Peri sauces.

Continue reading

Cake2Go Menu Cover

Cake2Go Menu

Cake2Go has established itself to be the premier take-out and delivery store for cakes. With 11 networks all over the metro, you can easily find a branch that can cater to your sweet treats need.

Continue reading

Baliwag Lechon Manok / Roasted Manok with a text saying Eto'ng Manok Ko

Baliwag Menu

A popular dish among the Filipino market is lechon manok, or spit-roasted chicken. Both delectable and affordable, it’s a go-to for anyone looking for a great dish to serve to their families. 

Continue reading

Close