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  • The Grid’s Samyan helmed by chef Thitid “Tonn” Tassanakajohn has been recognized by the Thai government for serving up Thai food that actually lives up to the dishes you can find in Thailand. 

    Andrei Yuvalos of Nolisoli.ph

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  • Pilya's Kitchen has a drool-worthy lineup that lets you try hand-pulled and ripped biang biang noodles in different ways.

    Patricia Baes of spot.ph

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  • The Grid at Rockwell Streetside is giving you a great reason to enjoy the outdoors without compromising your safety—and it's the al-fresco dining pop-up that recently opened on 5 February.

    Tatler Philippines

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  • If you're going to ask us what's the best thing on Kebabu's menu? It's definitely the Pork Kebab and Fried Chicken Platter because life is too short to pick between the pork patties and the crunchy chicken.

    Bea Faicol of Yummy.ph 

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  • Babu at The Grid Food Market has a wonderful bun cha that is topped with grilled pork belly and fried spring rolls, and Chef Him Uy de Baron’s nuoc cham is refined and perfectly balanced.

    Jaclyn Clemente Koppe of Tatler Philippines

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  • SpiceBird's Piri-Piri Fried Chicken is fried chicken with a thin and crisp skin, glazed with their signature piri-piri sauce. It's then served with lime and your choice of one of their signature sauces for dipping—we recommend their piri-piri sauce, of course. You get a savory, tangy, and slightly-spicy bite that's similar to its O.G. grilled counterpart, but crispier!

    Patricia Baes of spot.ph

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  • This lockdown baby from The Sunny Side Group (yes, of Sunny Side Café Boracay fame) offers yakitori (Japanese grilled skewers) with their own twist. The delicate pork belly yakitori and its chicken version are excellent, but Please Senpai's Tsukune or Japanese chicken meatballs is my runaway winner. The juiciness and texture are just right and the flavor of their house-made Tare Sauce is so beautiful — savory, sweet, smoky, and not too gingery.

    Ching Dee of Metro.Style

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