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Consumer favourite Philippine delivery restaurants

Delikase Filipino Cuisine

Asian
Not available today
Min order
Nicholls
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Pinoy Bistro

Asian
11:00 - 21:00
Min order
Bondi Junction

Fusion Of Asia Filipino Cuisine

Asian
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Jindalee
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NEW
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D' New Mimosa Fusion Restaurant - Woodfire Oven

Italian
11:30 - 23:00
Min order
Werribee
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MEAL DEALS
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  • Meal Deal 1

    2x Large Pizza, 1x Garlic Bread, 1x 1.25L Drinks.

    • 2 x Any Large Pizza
    • 1 x Garlic Bread
    • 1 x Any 1.25L Drinks

    $35

  • Pinoy Big Breakfast
    • 4 x Choice of Breakfast
    • 1 x Any 1.25L Drinks

    $50

Philippine food delivery from local restaurants

Filipino cuisine diverged from its neighbouring Oceanic countries due to the intervention of Spanish. Older dishes had much more in common with other Asian countries: an early introduction placed rice as a staple food; boiling, roasting, and stir frying were established as the go-to cooking methods; soy sauce, coconut, and a plethora of seafood ensured that Philippine dishes to this day would have a distinctly Southeast Asian taste. Chop suey is a direct contribution from Taiwan and mainland China to Filipino cuisine. The intervention of the Spanish, much to our benefit, changed Philippine cuisine forever. Produce from the Americas like sweet potatoes, tomatoes, chillies, potatoes, and corn went from curiosities to mainstays on the plate.

The concurrent Spanish activities in Latin America resulted in a number dishes reaching both hemispheres at once. The Philippines have Colombian pan de coco (coconut flaked bread), barbecue from the Caribbean, and ground beef picadillo like Mexico. The vast number of baked goods that have come to occupy the second most important part of Philippine cuisine (after rice) are the result of Spanish intervention. The use of condensed milk also opened a the Philippines to a number of baked goods--usually desserts. Meringue and flan were similarly introduced. The ever-present pandesal is directly from Spanish pan de sal, bread of salt. Filipinos are no strangers to incorporating foreign techniques and ingredients, and it continues to this day. Here Philippine cuisine can mean barbecued pork belly skewers with a sauce made from smoke, tomatoes, onion, and garlic. Barbecued ribs here skip the vinegar-tomato base and proceed to a tamarind-lime instead. Adobo tacos bring the Spanish influence on both hemispheres full circle.

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Recent reviews

D' New Mimosa Fusion Restaurant - Woodfire Oven

Overall 8.3 |  Food 9  |  Value 8  |  Speed 8

Filipino food is a cuisine that everyone should try! Think somewhere between Malaysian, Chinese, Thai and Spanish and you... Read more

Jolanka - January 2018

Pinoy Bistro

Overall 8 |  Food 9  |  Value 8  |  Speed 7

I have ordering the same food. Tastes like home cooked

Benny - October 2017

Delikase Filipino Cuisine

Overall 8.7 |  Food 10  |  Value 8  |  Speed 8

First time ordering from Delikase. Wonderful experience, am now working my way through their menu.

Lyn - May 2017
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