Food Tours

Food Tours

The Philippines boasts a diverse food scene steeped in history and cultural influences. From sampling the fares in the oldest Chinatown in the world to feasting on the freshest seafood, check out these food tours to whet your appetite.
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Frequently asked questions

Where are the best food tours in the Philippines?

Filipino food specialties vary in different regions and provinces in the Philippines. For starters, try the buffet at Barbara’s Heritage in Intramuros, Manila where you will also be treated to a cultural dance show. Other must-tries are food from Ilocos region, Pampanga, Pangasinan, Iloilo’s La Paz Batchoy, Cebu’s lechon (roasted pig), and seafood in Roxas

What should I wear for the tour?

Food tours are usually during the day. Wear comfortable or breathable clothes. A tight pair of pants might not be the best idea if you’re feasting on food all day.

Do food tours come with a guide?

Yes, most food tours have a guide.

What languages are used in the tour?

Guides speak Filipino and English to better explain what you’re feasting on.

When is the best time to do a food tour?

There’s no season that is specifically ideal for food tours as you can do them anytime.

Are the food halal-certified?

Not all food served in tours are halal-certified. Make sure to check with your tour operator before booking tours.

What if I have food restrictions or allergies?

It’s best to get in touch with your tour operator to communicate your dietary restrictions or allergies before booking the tour.

What type of utensils are used during the food tour?

Most food tours have spoon and fork provided. Other types of tours are served without utensils and are suggested to be eaten with your bare hands like how the locals do it.
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