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‘Eatsperience’ Filipino Cuisine at the Newest Food Destination in Manila


Embark on a culinary journey through the vibrant flavors of the Philippines at the newly launched food destination, Philippine Eatsperience, nestled in the historic locales of Intramuros and Rizal Park in Manila. This initiative, spearheaded by the Department of Tourism (DOT), aims to celebrate the rich tapestry of Filipino culture, with a particular focus on its diverse and delectable cuisine.

Exploring Filipino Culinary Delights


From the savory richness of Dinuguan to the tantalizing sweetness of Caldereta, and the creamy indulgence of Bicol Express, Philippine Eatsperience offers an extensive array of authentic Filipino dishes sure to satisfy any craving. Whether you’re craving grilled squid, suman, fried bananas, or a variety of rice cakes, this culinary haven promises a feast for the senses.

Tourism Secretary Cristina Frasco emphasizes the DOT’s dedication to showcasing Filipino food and flavors to both domestic and international tourists. Through initiatives like Philippine Eatsperience, the DOT aims to elevate Filipino cuisine as a cornerstone of the nation’s cultural heritage, inviting visitors to savor the diverse culinary traditions from across the archipelago.

At a gathering attended by government officials, diplomatic representatives, and esteemed guests, Secretary Frasco underscores the cultural significance of Filipino cuisine. Beyond mere sustenance, Filipino food embodies the nation’s rich history, traditions, and culinary ingenuity, making it an integral part of the Filipino identity.

Enhancing the Tourist Experience


According to the Intramuros Administration and National Parks Development Committee, the addition of Philippine Eatsperience enhances the tourist experience, offering affordable and delicious meals amidst the scenic backdrop of Intramuros and Rizal Park.

Attorney Joan Padilla of the Intramuros Administration emphasized the accessibility of flavorful Filipino dishes to tourists, making sightseeing more enjoyable and fulfilling.

Cecille Lorenzana-Romero, Executive Director of the National Parks Development Committee, emphasized the expansion of food selections and accessibility, enhancing the overall visitor experience.

Visit Philippine Eatsperience

Philippine Eatsperience welcomes visitors daily in Intramuros from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., and from Friday to Sunday, extending its hours until 10 p.m. in Rizal Park. With its convenient location and diverse culinary offerings, Philippine Eatsperience invites locals and tourists alike to embark on a gastronomic adventure celebrating the vibrant flavors of the Philippines.



Embark on a culinary adventure through the vibrant flavors of the Philippines at Philippine Eatsperience, a newly launched food destination in Manila’s historic locales of Intramuros and Rizal Park.

With its extensive array of authentic Filipino dishes and dedication to showcasing the nation’s rich culinary heritage, this initiative by the Department of Tourism promises to elevate the tourist experience and celebrate the diverse culinary traditions of the archipelago. Whether you’re a local or a tourist, Philippine Eatsperience invites you to savor the tastes of Filipino cuisine and immerse yourself in the cultural tapestry of the Philippines.


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Written by Marjo Piedad

Traveler | Foodie | CONTENT EDITOR
📍Cebu, Philippines
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