Tony visits the Philippines, the "Land of the Lechon." He stops in Manila, which is a diverse combination of Spanish and Chinese cultures.Go to Episode
CCP Complex Roxas Blvd., Pasay City, Manila, Philippines
Tony sits down to a classic Spanish dinner with Judy Ann Santos and chef Gene Gonzales at Cafe Ysabel, which is the home of the Asian Center for Culinary Studies.
455 P Gereveua St., San Juan, Manila, Philippines
Ivan Man Dy takes Tony down an alley in Chinatown to Lumpia House, a hole in the wall that serves up the Filipino take on the classic spring roll.
637 Carvajal St., Binondo, Manila, Philippines
Claude Tayag's home and professional studio is the place where he treats visitors to classic Pampangan fare. Tony and Claude sit down for a meal of local favorites and talk about the history of Filipino cooking.
Paul Cor Francis St., Villa Gloria Subdivision, Angeles City, Philippines
They only serve goat at this eatery, and they only serve it 4 ways. Tony and Claude get to see the whole process and then sample each of the 4 preparations.
1116 A CP Rolmulo Dr., Clark Field, Angeles City, Philippines
Claude and Tony sample the famous Sisig of Pampanga, which is a dish of boiled and chopped pig face served on a sizzling plate.
9 Valdez St., Aggartio Del Proper, Angeles City, Philippines
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