What is Filipino food like? During my first time in the Philippines, I spent two months travelling around the islands tasting the very best local food. I tried 15 classic dishes including Adobo, Sinigang, Sisig, Kinilaw, Jollibee, Halo Halo, Balut and many more.
This is my first time eating Filipino food and I tried to give an HONEST reactions. I hope you enjoy it.
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