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@ Bistro Manila

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Come meet Famous Filipino Singers and Artist @ Bistro Manila.

FEATURES @ BISTRO MANILA

-120 Seating Capacity

-Karaoke

-Dancefloor

-Large Family Seating

-Comfortable Atmosphere

-V.I.P Room

-Filipino TV Channel

-Free Wi-fi

Our Expertise

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Sizzling Sising
Pork with onions and spices.
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Crispy Fried Chicken
Deep fried boneless chicken legs
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Baked Mussels
Mussels topped with cheese and garlic.
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Pancit Canton
Sauteed flour noodles with mixed vegetables.

Did You Know?

Direct trade and cultural exchange with Hokkien China in the Philippines in the Song dynasty (960–1279 BC) with porcelain, ceramics, and silk being traded for spices and trepang in Luzon.[6] This early cultural contact with China introduced a number of staple food into Philippine cuisine, most notably toyo (soy sauce; Chinese: 豆油; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: tāu-yu), tokwa; (tofu; Chinese: 豆干; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: tāu-koaⁿ), tawge (bean sprout; Chinese: 豆芽; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: tāu-koaⁿ), and patis (fish sauce), as well as the method of stir frying and making savory soup bases. Many of these food items and dishes retained their original Hokkien names