Have a truly Filipino food experience at Islas Pinas
Heads up! If you’re looking for a food trip that’s definitely Filipino, you might want to check out the spread at Islas Pinas.
It has a unique concept that features famous Philippine sites like Chocolate Hills, Calle Crisologo, Paoay Church, Banaue Rice Terraces and Intramuros, all in one location.
Islas Pinas is the brainchild of renowned chef Margarita Fores and defines itself as a food and heritage village.
It also operates with a cashless pay system wherein guests are issues a Islas Pinas Pass that they could use to purchase goods within the establishment. Upon exit, passes are surrendered and the accumulated bill is settled before leaving.
Facebook user Queen Penguin recently paid a visit and highly recommended the place for those seeking a unique Filipino food experience.
Enjoy some Islas Pinas favorites like the Molo.
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The classic lechon
Roasting today and on Sunday in celebration of Father's Day.#islaspinasbymargaritafores #tatay #fathersday #filipinofood
Batchoy to warm you up for the cool weather
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And some special three cheese ensaymada to get you going.
The @margaritafores 3-cheese ensaymada which has been making a name for itself alongwith your favorite neighborhood…
A visit to Islas Pinas is definitely something you want to include in your foodie bucket list. Check them out at the Double Dragon Plaza at DD Meridian Park. (ANGEL ONG)