There’s nothing like a good and hearty breakfast to makes anyone’s day brighter. 80breakfasts shares different recipes and stories on various breakfast items that will surely fill your tummy. One can also check out the little fun facts about the ingredients and the origins of the style of cooking written by food blogger ChichaJo.
There are three things that can be said about Maggie Sengco: a mother, a proud Pinay and an avid food tripper. Along with her husband and her five-year old son, she talks about her local trips and her dining experiences in various restaurants and food markets. Her blog clearly treats the readers to a taste of both worlds.
Married life doesn’t only concern daily routines such as bringing the kids to school or preparing your family’s meals. It also involves the adventure of finding good places to dine - may it be affordable or expensive, for as long as it satisfies your family’s appetite. Join Olivia, Ruy and Andrea as they look for the best dine-in experiences that restaurants and food joints have to offer.
A Gourmand is a lover of good food and a gluttonous eater. Though this gourmand knows the limits of her food intake, she still gives readers a grand tour of her food adventures with detailed reviews on the restaurants and their food. Truly a food blog worth visiting!
If there is one thing that different cultures have in common, it’s their love for food. This Chinoy blogger shares his food trips and new discoveries in his food adventures. Visit Chinoyeater’s blogspot for his take on the culinary scene in Manila.
For food lovers who plan to visit the south, specifically Davao, you might want to check this site for some tips on where to eat. From food to ambience and service, Blogie writes extensive reviews on various restaurants and food establishments found in the beautiful city of Davao. Not only will you enjoy the place and its sceneries, you will also definitely enjoy the food Davao has to offer.
Dessert has been known to be almost (if not) everyone’s favorite part of the meal. Lori Baltazar is not only a dessert fanatic; she is also a budding photographer, home baker and an enthusiastic food chronicler. Armed with eloquent prose, delectable photos and her unabashed opinions, Dessert Comes First is definitely a food blog like no other.
A group of four Cebuano yuppies share their love for food through a site called DiningCebu.com. With its colorful photos and write-ups, they take you on a food lover’s journey around the island of Cebu and introduce you to familiar and not-so-familiar cuisines that will entice your taste buds. This blog will surely make you want to take a trip down south for your next great food adventure!
Entrepgirl provides readers a variety of reviews from good and affordable healthy meals to gourmet desserts and pastries. This food blogger not only writes about her gastronomic experience, but shares colorful images of the food that will surely make your mouth water.
This blog combines two of the authors great and long time loves - writing and food. Her love for food began at an early age when she would tinker around their kitchen for a bite to eat. It further deepened when she discovered the magical art of cooking. With writing, she gets to share her thoughts and ideas with the world. Join her as she flip-flops her way around town in search for the next great adventure.
Miguel is a food and wine lover. He is not an expert, as he says, but rather a certified foodie who wants to share his experiences to everyone. His interesting and detailed stories of his assortment of food adventures, along with exquisite pictures, may likely have you following this blog.
This blog is a food lover’s haven with its collection of reviews on various food items paired with mouth-watering photos. As an avid food lover, this blogger shares her food trip experiences at home, in restaurants, and even out of town. What makes this blog appealing is the blogger’s light and refreshing style of writing.
Food Trippings, as its name suggests is a cornucopia of everything food related. From food-related news and events to restaurant reviews. This gastronomic journey also chronicles food trips on a budget, recipes, as well photos that will definitely make your mouth water.
Taking great pride with what Manila has to offer, Gimikainan shares the best and popular places to hang out with friends or to simply dine and enjoy good food. Undoubtedly, Manila is a sight to see at night but this blog also offers some of the best places to eat the morning after. This site also aims to help in your attempts to explore and enjoy the many sights, sounds and of course, the tastes that Manila has to offer.
Food is believed to be essential to travel. As a contribution to the growing food community, Happy Foodies showcases the cuisines of the places they go to. Neither food experts nor gourmands, the Happy Foodies are ordinary people who simply enjoy good food. Their thoughts on both the landscapes as well as the foodscapes they stumble upon on their journeys are a real treat.
The Hundred Pound Foodie intends to share with the World Wide Web a slice of the country’s flourishing foodscape as well as our dynamic eating culture. The author happens to be a creative writer who specializes in food, culinary and dining experiences. So, we know that we are reading from someone who knows what she’s talking about.
You will most likely find a common ground in this food blog as it ever so proudly says, “Because we love to eat!” Indeed, who in the world doesn’t want to eat? The collaborative effort of Nina, “the evil Martian”, and Ryan, “the delusional chef”, Kain Pinoy shares the love for cuisine to the World Wide Web. From restaurant reviews and guides, to cooking and baking how-to’s, and even to the guilty pleasure of Pinoy street food, this site will surely tickle your taste buds.
What started as a bento (Japanese packed lunches) blog later evolved into a food blog because of the author’s love for food and of course, talking about it. Kitchen Cow’s niche is still Japanese cuisine and foodscapes, with the occasional entries of more general culinary experiences. Sink your teeth in this colorful blog and you might just catch yourself saying “Oishi!”
A couple’s passion for food and eating inspired them to put up the blog, Kubiertos. Kubiertos, in Spanish, means tableware. As a husband and wife tandem, they go on adventures around the metro in search of mouthwatering gastronomic delights to tickle their taste buds. It has become their shared joy to visit different places and discover what each has to offer.
From mouth watering pictures to spot-on reviews to food-related events to simple musings on anything food-related, Mad About Food is definitely a food enthusiasts goldmine! Check out the exciting variety that this site has to offer.
The Market Manila site is a way of helping two groups of people: those who have no clue where to find food ingredients, local produce and specialty stores, and the farmers and vendors who take a risk in selling such items to the market. For the Market Man, food is simply a passion. More than about buying, cooking and eating good food, Market Manila is an experience where one can learn something new on each visit.
The Memoirs of Aline is a hodgepodge of different things. However, at the core is the author’s love for food. Take a peek and feast on snazzy photos of different local and international cuisines, as well as pictures of Aline’s travels.
What else will this site feature but food, food and even more food! Metro Resto Review evaluates food and restaurants around the fine city of Manila. This site also serves as a resto and food guide as they discuss the location of resto branches. For the best choices, Metro Resto Review encourages you to fill your hungry stomach.
Staying true to its name, the food notebook is a journal chronicling the author’s personal thoughts on absolutely anything food-related. Leaf through the pages of the food notebook and get a glimpse of mouthwatering food that will excite your palate. The food notebook also shares Filipino recipes for you to create at home.
Gita Asuncion invites you to her little space in cyberspace. Join her and also witness the sights she has seen, learn from the things she has heard, and of course savor the delectable food she has tasted. Even for just a fleeting moment, take your senses on a little trip that they will surely enjoy.
Oliboy’s Adventures blog description simply says, “Carpe Diem!” Just like a bonafide adventurer, Oliboy seizes the day. From travel adventures to diving adventures and of course, the much loved food adventures, this blog is a delight to read. The entries are well though of and are easy to digest. It also helps that the photos are absolutely a feast for the eye.
One Big Bite confesses that it probably isn’t any different from most food blogs out there. After all, foodies are on an endless quest for that most memorable dining experience. What makes One Big Bite special is that this blog covers significant moments of the author’s life; it just so happens that more often than not it would include food, wine, or both. Take that one big bite and enjoy these moments with of course, good food.
If there is one word to describe our planet it would definitely have to be awesome! Everyday is a constant adventure and this is what Anton Diaz and his family want to prove. Through their family adventures they aim to share even just a slice of what Manila has to offer, especially when it comes to food, travel and culture. Visit this blog and get ready for a truly awesome adventure.
Do pictures already tickle your taste buds? Then it probably is your lucky day! This blog not only shares mouth-watering food shots but it also features the recipes of the said food. This blog encourages one to experiment in the kitchen and prepare these dishes for you and your family to enjoy.
At the heart of every good meal is a loving family. The Pinoy Food Photo Blog combines a family’s love for good food and of as the blog name suggests, photography. The blog started as the author’s way of keeping in touch with the food-related. Here you will discover food that the family eats in restaurants, coffee shops, home, new media events and at party celebrations. Even foods from the street vendors are not spared.
Craving for food? Well, look no further. Pinoy Cravings is the humble attempt of travel and food writer, Melo Villaereal, to share his passion for cooking and baking. Simple recipes for you to try and enjoy are also featured. Through beautiful photographs and carefully crafted words, Pinoy Cravings Blog aims to photograph and review good culinary products from all over the country. No doubt, your cravings will be satisfied.
The Pinoy Food Critic reviews restaurants, bars, and other places where he and his girlfriend usually hang out and eat. His reviews are comprehensive and detailed. To top it off, there are mouth-watering pictures to further entice the readers. Aside from the food posts, there are the occasional entries on non-food gimik places as well as personal musings.
Pinoy Life at Large will guide you through the proverbial maze of foodie heaven. A writer by profession and a certified foodie at heart, Arpee Lazaro has a knack for searching for good but affordable places to dine and wine. Simply written but nonetheless effective, this blog is where everything Pinoy and pleasant is found.
No, this blog doesn’t allude to anything violent. Armed with colorful food pictures as well as simple, easy to read articles, Shoot First Eat Later definitely shows the foodie’s love for food and epicurean adventures. And there are no big or small adventures when it comes to this food blog. Everything food-related here and abroad is featured to cater to the growing food culture of the community.
Sweet as it may sound, Sugarloaded doesn’t only cater to desserts but it also features other gastronomic delights as well. This food blog is a companion to Byahilo, a travel blog. Since food deserves an entire domain of its own, this blog was born. Sugarloaded showcases the foods from the many travel adventures of Byahilo. Now isn’t that a sweet deal?
Three’s a company. This holds especially true for Table for Three Please. A food critic once said that in order to properly discuss a restaurant, one had to visit it three times. Well here, three self-proclaimed foodies with three different points of view go on their quests for good food together - holding true to the magic number 3 as well as enjoying good company.
Besides cooking, a lot of other things happen in the kitchen. Food explorations and experiments as well as good conversation can happen over the kitchen counter. The Peach Kitchen simulates the many wonders of the kitchen. This blog also shares restaurant and food reviews, recipes and musings on coffee. Enter the Peach Kitchen where you can talk about everything under the sun.
Food and travel are the two ways to fully enjoy the Philippine experience. At the heart of every Filipino is their love for food, good food at that. “The Super Bong” of The Philippines and Beyond is a foodie and traveler at heart. He wants to able to travel to every single one of the 81 provinces of the Philippines and showcase the different taste and cuisines that each gem of a place in the country has to offer.
The author is trained in a subject quite far from food – economics. However, that doesn’t stop him from exploring the colorful and delicious world of food. Not letting his theoretical knowledge of gastronomy and the culinary arts get in the way, he lives deep and scrapes through the bangus belly of life. Mmm, sounds delicious!