|Written by Cheap-Hotels.com|
|Sunday, 24 July 2011 08:27|
“Exotic food” is somewhat catchy. It means “uncommon” or “unusual.” Filipinos are known for these exotic food prepared in some eateries, restaurants and inexpensive but classy hotels. Exotic food is also cooked or processed in uncommon ways.
Food is one of the country’s heritage. Varieties of food depend on the place or location they are grown or made. Some people say that some traditional food has become exotic because of today’s instant, ready-to-eat or trendy foods.
Here are some examples of Filipino Delicacies you can try when you travel to the country.
Restaurants in the Philippines like the Exotik Restaurant in Laguna is home for fried or adobo frogs, ginataang kuhol or snail curry, talangka or small shore crabs and others. The country has exclusive but cheap hotels that also serve the exotic delicacies.
Other dining places with exotic food are Diorama Restaurant in EDSA and Okavango in Marikina Rizal. Just like Exotik Restaurant, Okavango found in the shoe capital of the Philippines, serves exotic food like fried frogs, balut, fried snake and the famous fish kilawin - raw fish marinated in vinegar, garlic, ginger and other spices.
Eating the usual home-cooked food everyday is monotonous for some people. The Philippines, with its Exotic Filipino Delicacies offered in some restaurants and hotels around the country, is a haven for those who want to embark in some gastronomical adventure.The affordable hotels have friendly accommodating services while you enjoy your adventure in exotic food trips in Philippines.