We love food, we love to try out new cuisine but at the end of the day, we go back to what our tongue is really looking for, a taste of own; a taste of own Filipino food.
Located at the ground floor of SM Mezza 2 are 2 Filipino restaurant that we could proudly call our own
First stop, let check out Teresitas of San Fernando
From breakfast till dinner, Teresitas of San Fernando has something for you
I first dine at Teresitas of San Fernando in SM Manila and I could recommend to you my top choices which I guarantee you will keep you hook and keep coming back for more.
Teresitas of San Fernando is known for their Halo-halo, yes; halo-halo
It’s summer time and a serving of halo-halo is what we would need. I don’t know why I crave for their halo-halo considering it has only 3 main ingredients in it, unless of course you wanted a little bit of extra like langka and leche plan.
Hahahaha, maybe it’s because of the ice or it’s just creamy and not too sweet that you could finish it up in no time.
Let’s add something else for the snack, let’s go for the Palabok
Another trade mark of Teresitas of San Fernando is their Palabok; I call it Luglug because it has thicker noodles.
For dinner of lunch, have a taste of their Kare-kare. A complete meal with rice; this also goes well with the halo-halo
Not that I am a Kapampangan myself, it’s just that Kapampangan are known to be good cooks and Teresitas of San Fernando could attest to that.
So, if you are looking for that Filipino taste, do drop by at the SM Mezza 2 and get a taste of all the food they offer. There are a lot of dishes to choose from, so better start now.
So, bring your barkada or family and enjoy Teresitas of San Fernando, dine-in al fresco.
For our next restaurant
Not far from Teresitas of San Fernando is Manila’s Best Coffee (They are right beside one another)
Manilas’ Best Coffee serve Filipino inspired coffee
Yup if you are looking for coffee that has a hint of Filipino in them; Manila’s Best Coffee is the café for you
They may have used the same granules as Arabica, Robusta and so on and so forth but what’s interesting about their coffee; it got a Filipino twist on it
They served Coffee with Sili or With Durian and their cups are even named after our very own Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao
And that’s not all, this is the only café that serves kakanin
While they also served pastries and cake, Manila’s Best Coffee is also known for their kakanin
They also have their own version of gelato made with Carabao’s Milk
So, that’s it guys
If you need a kick of our very own Filipino cuisine, taste it, eat it, drink it
Head on to SM Mezza 2 and dig in
By the way, SM Mezza 2 is located at Sta. Mesa Quezon City, just across Central College of the Philippines
Thank you for dropping by and till next food find