AFN Recommends PH: Top 5 Eats in April

AFN Recommends PH: Top 5 Eats in April

Don’t let the lockdown lock you away from these delicious dishes this month.

With the new month comes new hope and of course, new food spots to try! Although, varying restrictions are now in place in different areas of the country, that shouldn’t stop us from filling our tummies with good vibes and great meals, right?

Here are some al fresco dining, take-out, and delivery options in the Philipppines this April:

Perfect Story Events Cafe

A variety of drinks and dishes from Perfect Story Events Cafe. Photo: Perfect Story Events Cafe

By now, many of us are missing the thrill and warmth of going to social events. This is exactly the experience Perfect Story Events Cafe is trying to replicate with their drinks, snacks, and festive decor which they artfully update every 2 months. This IG-worthy and proudly local neighborhood hangout will not disappoint with their affordable Vietnamese-Style Coffee (starts at PHP 95), Carbonara (PHP 120), Classic Club (PHP 110) and Carrot Cake (PHP 155).

Fun fact: The owners of the cafe are seasoned event planners for over 10 years. Due to the current limitations in gatherings, they have decided to merge events and cafe dining into one complete experience so that people can celebrate their milestones, special events, and everyday lives at their humble establishment. 



Nognog Yard, 2F, 1 F.Manalo, Tipas, Taguig City


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Little Quiapo

Palabok. Photo: Little Quiapo

Little Quiapo is a well-loved Filipino restaurant that has been serving their original recipes since 1949. We totally support their proud claim of serving the best Halo-Halo (starts at PHP 145) and Palabok (starts at PHP 140) in town. They serve a wide-selection of classic Filipino dishes that will surely make you feel nostalgic in the most delicious way possible. With their delectable menu and friendly staff, this place has a way of making you feel at home.



42 Aguirre Ave, Parañaque City


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Holy Grill

Rib-Eye Steak. Photo: Holy Grill

Steak is always a great idea whenever you dine at Holy Grill. This affordable steak spot serves the best Rib-Eye Steak (starts at PHP 235) in the area. Their menu is rightfully categorized depending on how heavy you want your meal to be. You can choose specially curated meals from their Very Hungry, Hungry, or Just Hungry selection and get exactly what you are craving for in the portion of your choice.



2-Torre Lorenzo, Taft Ave, Malate, Manila City


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Crazy Katsu

Katsu curry. Photo: Crazy Katsu

Craving for Japanese food? Crazy Katsu is here for you! While they are most famous for their crunchy-on-the-outside yet juicy-on-the-inside Katsu (starts at PHP 185), diners also can’t get enough of their other mouthwatering offerings such as the Sukiyaki (PHP 215), Japanese Burger Steak (PHP 215), and Curry Rice (PHP 185). Serving their very own original recipe that has been passed on for generations, each bite has an authentic feel to it.



#81 Unit I Maginhawa St., Diliman, Quezon City


Related: The Top 6 Japanese Ingredients and Recipe Suggestions


Fig & Foie Gras Burger. Photo: Pound

A proud creation of Todd English, Pound has been the go-to place for burger lovers since it opened its doors in 2016. They specialize in both classic and modern take on burgers and sliders by providing a rich selection of cheese and add ons. Their flavorful Fig & Foie Gras Burger (starts at PHP 780) made with pure, high-quality beef, seared foie gras, and Gruyere cheese, is a strong must-try.



Bonifacio High Street, Taguig City


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