Tinumok and Kandingga. Can you guess which part of the country these dishes come from? More dishes as clues - Tinutungan Manok and Kinunot. How about these final dishes - Laing and Bicol Express? Now you know that these are the part of the Bicolano food scene that sets our palate's on fire!
SM City Iloilo invited members of the Iloilo Bloggers for a gastronomic adventure showcasing SM Southpoint.
|SM Southpoint is a great nightspot with its wide array or restaurants perfect to cap the day.|
The newest hang-out of the Ilonggos is an al fresco wing of the biggest mall in the region consisting of local and home grown restaurants and cafes as well new local and "imported" players in the food service industry. It's time to discover what SM Southpoint has to offer ...
Craving for those Bicolano specialties? There's no immediate need to visit the Bicol region (but I would love to do so) just to try them as Spicy Elements brings the famed (and flaming hot) Bicolano cuisine to the Iloilo gastronomy scene. With branches in Taytay in Metro Manila and in Cagayan de Oro, this grill-steaks and bar may seem very typical modern resto yet its menu is very extensive especially on Filipino cuisine.