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From left: Mariel Ylagan Garcia, Bryan Koh and Felice Prudente Santa Maria.

Kain Na!, is said to be the first illustrated guide to Philippine Food.

Arroz Caldo is a popular dish for breakfast.

Filipino Food Trail

A new illustrated book takes readers on a culinary tour of the Philippines.
Nov 1, 2019 5:50 AM

SINGAPORE ISN’T CALLED a food paradise for nothing. Given that eating is the national pastime, you don’t need to look too far for different cuisines. For Thai food, Golden Mile is your go-to stop, while for Filipino cooking, Lucky Plaza is the hub, thanks to its many eateries offering classics

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