There’s nothing more exciting than something exotic, like imported snakeskin boots, a secluded vacation destination or actually sleeping in on a weekday. Explore the eats of the Philippines with this deal at Mabuhay Restaurant & Catering, and dabble in $30 worth of uncommon casual dining for $15.
Philippine cuisine is a mixed bag of Indian, Japanese, Malay, Chinese, Spanish and American influences, with a good dose of indigenous ingredients thrown in for good measure. Mabuhay manages to capture this vibe succinctly, serving breakfasts, brunches, lunches and dinners that span from the typical breakfast of Philippine sausage, garlic rice, egg and tomato to oxtail, barbecued skewers, soups and Tokwa’t Baboy, a dish made with deep fried tofu paired with pork infused with vinaigrette, then topped with green onion and diced red onion. You’ll also spy seafood, Pad Thai, Indian-inspired biryani, Chinese pot stickers and plentiful pastries and house-baked breads. For a flavorful meal that challenges the typical, taste what Mabuhay is making today.