This filipino food bloggers will give more insights, reviews and recommendations on the restaurants they have already visited, sharing their passion and love for food. If you had plans to make with your family or friends you can visit those blog website to find the best places eat.
If you have tried searching for Filipino recipes online, chances are you have stumbled on Panlasang Pinoy. Vanjo’s blog is a good resource for all sorts of Filipino recipes – from the simple lumpiang shanghai recipe all the way to the more “advanced” meaty recipes!
Erwan is another food blogger who likes sharing his creative and delicious recipes (just don’t trust him to make you taho). What I like about Erwan is that when he blogs about food, he takes you on a journey, by literally going to different places to have a taste of different cuisines.
Peachy is hands-down one of the Filipino food bloggers that feature the best food photos. I also go to ThePeachKitchen.com when I want to look for recipes, and my personal favorite was the Laing with Pork recipe. Peachy makes her recipes for her family, so if you’re missing your the lutong-bahay food that your mom makes, head on over to her blog!
I relate a lot to Richie because just like him, I’m not a huge fan of veggies. If it’s bacon, burgers, and bagnet, you can trust Richie to know about it first! He’s also one of the most fun food bloggers out there, who’s genuinely entertaining to follow on social media. He has great youtube channel too!
“Shoot first, eat later” is basically how I am right now whenever I visit restaurants – take tons of photos first, before you dig in! What I like about the restaurant reviews on Shoot First Eat Later, is that you can easily navigate through them by cuisine or location. Helpful if you have very specific cravings!
Visit Clarisse’ blog and you’ll be greeted by large photos of mouthwatering foodporn. Her crisp, beautiful photos draw you in, making you stay in each review or recipe just a bit longer than usual. Her travel diaries are great stories to follow too!
The name of Yen’s blog says it all – expect The Tummy Traveler to be full of stories about food and her adventures during her travels. But what really makes Yen notable among Filipino food bloggers, is her #DreyfusCuisine, which is essentially recipes of dishes that she cooks for her family, Just looking at the pictures makes me wish that I was with them over dinner!
Jeng calls himself a “normal guy in love with food”, which makes him relatable to nearly everyone! I like reading Food in the Bag because you can expect for the reviews to be honest, clear, and straightforward.
Just like many of the Filipino food bloggers in this list, Mark also loves to eat and travel, which is why most of the content in Eatsplorations are about his foodie adventures with his family, both in and outside the Philippines. His “Eatsperiences” that he shares on his vlog are also fun to follow!
Renz may be working in the finance industry, but you can tell from his blog that his heart is still in food. The primary features on A Not So Popular Kid come from the restaurants that are within the most popular foodie scenes, mainly the Makati, BGC, Maginhawa, and Binondo areas.