8 International Food Favorites and Where to Find Them in PH

Tynne De Leon

8 International Food Favorites

and Where to Find Them in PH

By Tynne De Leon

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Whenever we travel to another country and try their food, we can’t help but crave them once we get back. But don’t fret; some of them have put up branches in the Philippines! From products to food joints, scroll down to see which famous international favorites have reached our shores. You might have visited some of them:

Irvins Salted Egg

GF, Fashion Hall, SM Megamall

You don’t have to wait ‘til you get to Singapore to taste this famous snack, it’s finally here in PH! Irvins Salted Egg is a favorite among Pinoys, and you can hunt their #DangerouslyAddictive snacks at the ground floor of SM Megamall. They’re directly imported from Singapore, so be sure to drop by their store early since stocks sell out fast.


Pablo Cheese Tart

GF, Robinsons Place Manila
B2, Unit 977-979, Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City

Pinoys went cheesecake-crazy when Osaka’s famous cheesecake and tart store Pablo’s came to our shores just last year. And because they are from the land of the rising sun, they’re guaranteed to be of high quality, and you get generous servings. Have a taste of “the best cheesecake in the world” by dropping by Pablo Cheesetart in Robinsons Place Manila or Pablo Mini at Bonifacio Global City.



S&R Philippines

This golden sponge cake from the US appeals to Pinoy’s sweet palate with its soft texture and creamy filling. You can hoard as many boxes as you want of these sweet cakes at S&R Philippines before the zombie apocalypse!


Llao Llao

See their branches here.

There’s a lot of fro-yo places around the metro, but if you ask most fro-yo addicts, the Spanish brand Llao llao is one of their favorites. You’ll definitely crave their yogurts made from skimmed milk, topped with healthy fruits that are even good for kids as they are for health buffs. You can find their branches at SM Megamall, SM Mall of Asia and Glorietta.