Filipino food, while slightly underrated, is a delicious adventure for your taste buds. Filled with complex flavours influenced by multiple cultures (both East and West), the Filipino palette is one that must not be missed. While each of the seven thousand islands have their own unique take to the most popular Filipino foods, we've decided to stick to the classics in this delicious listicle that'll have you salivating for more.
Is there anything more comforting than a warm bowl of sinigang? This tangy, sour soup is often associated with sampaloc (or tamarind) though other souring agents (such as guava, kamias, or unripe mango) have also been incorporated into the recipe. It is often cooked with pork, beef, shrimp or fish.