Filipino Food Blogs from the Philippines

If you have one, leave a comment in this page and I’ll include you in the links.


Good Food


Satisfying Juan’s Appetite

The Happy Traveler

My Sassy Chef

Let’s Eat Some Good Food

My Twisted Recipes

Pinoy Tsibog

FoodPron Junkies

Life and Leisure

Tasty Bacolod

Domestic Urbanite


Flavours of Iloilo

Matakaw Ako

The Philippines and Beyond

Everyday Sweet Notes

Food Trip in the Philippines

Mga Luto ni Dennis

Chef by Day

Food Notebook

Food Trip Tayo

Kao’s KitchenCow

Happy Foodies

Kain Pinoy

Food Trippings



Foodblog dot PH

Phoebe Ann

Pinoy Food Critic

Davao Food Trip

The Peach Kitchen



Sense and Serendipity

Energy Chef




  1. thanks for adding my link :)

    god bless you!

  2. Hi!

    I love this blogroll that you started! Makes it easier to find all sorts of restos here in the metro!

    Pat on the back to you!

    I also just recently launched a food photoblog. I hope you find it worthy enough to get on the list :) It would be such an honor!

    Here’s the website:


  3. Great job on this! Hope you could add mine as well…
    Love your posts!

  4. Hi! I’m looking for new blog friends (haha) so I’d like to add my blog to this directory.
    My blog’s called THE HUNGRY GIANT It’s a blog about the love for food and how an amateur cook tries to capture his love through words and pictures.

  5. can i join in here? ^_^

  6. Can I join? :)

  7. This is a great way for Pinoy food lovers and food bloggers to converge and share culinary ideas. My blog,, is all about easy to cook meals that kids would love, a few tidbits on nutrition and our experiences in dining out. Hope we can swap stories and learn from each others blogs =)

  8. As someone who loves food and reading articles this is one cool site. Thanks for the posts!

  9. Has Dr. Alexis Diamente seen your blog?

  10. Fantastic list!! Hope you can link me up..

    Blogging from Toronto..Cheers!!

  11. Hi! hope you can include me in your blog! thanks!!

  12. great list of blogs. :) try yeo’s juice drink :) so much yummy! <3

  13. Hello,

    Blogging from the middle of Makati.


  14. Hello =)

    I post about making things from scratch. I went through a bento/baon phase, a cheese making phase, and now a cofee & espresso phase.

    I hope you find something of interest here =) and keep up the good work!

  15. Hi There,
    Thanks so much for adding my website on your list. I am really glad you did this because it can help others to easily search for filipino food lovers and bloggers. Keep it up! And regarding the fish, just saw your message and I am sorry I removed it from my blog. But since you mentioned it, i will put it there again. = )

  16. Hi! We’ve been planning to have our own food blog for a long time. Finally, we did recently. It is an interactive food blog. Visit us at


  17. Hi, pls include me:

    Thanks and more power to u! :)

  18. Hi! :) We are the “Meeka & Lexy Project” and we’re sorta newbies in this food blog thing. We’re not professionals and we do this for fun, but we believe that we can also help those foodies out there with our fun and honest blog entries. :)

    It would be an honor if you include our food blog sites here. Thank you so much! :) God bless your site!


  19. I’m a food blogger from Quezon City! 50% Filipino, 50% American

  20. Good day Sir/Madam!

    The senior Tourism Management students of Block – C from St. Paul University, Quezon City are writing to you for the purpose of seeking assistance in conducting a convention entitled “Is it really more fun in the Philippines?” This convention is in line with our academic requirement for the subject on Meetings, Incentive Travel, Convention and Exhibitions or simply dubbed as MICE. The event will be held on the 5th of October 2012, from 1:00 to 5:00 at the JBR theater of St. Paul University Quezon City. Tickets are priced at P350 and include food and souvenirs.

    The convention’s main concern is to answer affirmatively the abovementioned query by showcasing the distinct characteristics of the Philippines in terms of festivals, native cuisines, attractions, and as a convention venue. Prominent individuals from the tourism industry shall be invited and it is also expected to be attended by other stakeholders from the travel sector and students from other universities. All in all, around 500 people are expected to be part of the audience. Thus, this convention shall serve as a good opportunity for you to hear and witness the wonderful speeches of prominent individuals from the tourism industry and it would be a good addition to your website or online blog. We would also really appreciate it if you will be able to help us spread the word about the said event.

    Thank you very much and more power to you.

    Sincerely yours,
    Ma. Antonette Escara
    Event Manager

  21. Hi there

    I’m a writer for Travel 3 Sixty, Air Asia (low cost carrier)’s inflight magazine.

    Can you help me out with some details about what are some of the classic dishes that Filipinos have for Christmas?

    I’d like to have some photos of these dishes too if possible to be featured in the magazine. Credit mention will be given to you in return.


  22. Hi there! I’m Aybee, a Filipina mom blogger. I started a food blog because I miss a lot of Filipino foods from home. I’m based now in Europe and I can’t get enough of our masarap pinoy food ;)It is just different if all the ingredients are fresh ones just like back at home. D2 kc mostly in can nalang.

  23. Thanks for posting those blog sites, it really helps me.:)

  24. Hi!

    My name is Nona Lema, author of a Filipino vegetarian recipe ebook series entitled GULAY. Pls visit my blog

    Thank you for including me in your list.

    Happy veggie cooking!

  25. Hi!

    Thank you for including me in your list.

    Happy veggie cooking!

  26. Good day!

    I would greatly appreciate to be included in the list. I have a Filiino food blog entitled “Pinoy Kusinero”.
    Here is the link:

    Thank you so much!



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