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  • Enjoy gourmet Philippines food on your yacht charter
  • Taste street food during your time on the islands
  • Start every day with a fresh breakfast on deck
Philippines food is a unique blend of Chinese, Spanish, Malay and Indonesian traditions, with a dash of American cuisine thrown in for good measure. The cuisine of the Philippines may not get the press that Thai and Malaysian cuisine get, but that’s not to say you can’t eat well in the Philippines - quite the opposite in fact! Filipino dishes are actually easier to enjoy for first-time Asia visitors, as they are not very heavy on the spices and resemble food from Europe - for example, kaldereta and chicken afritada are dishes that could very easily be found on a Spanish Sunday lunch. The Chinese influence is visible in Filipino dishes like lumpia, a kind of spring roll, and pancit, fried noodles with meat and veg in various combinations. Whatever you do, don’t leave the Philippines before trying pork adobo, a delicious stew with soy sauce and vinegar, and sinigang, a tasty and tangy tamarind broth. If you see purple ice cream, don’t get scared - it’s made from ube, a sweet root vegetable.   On a Philippines cruise you’ll have plenty of chances to try Filipino dishes - so start planning below!