This restaurant, in the Manila corner of larger Poblado gets some pretty good reviews from customers, and I can see why.
While I wouldn’t say it’s the biggest spot in town or the place with the most varied menu, it’s still a pretty cool place to check out.
Western Wings doesn’t have anything on the menu aside from, well, wings. So, if you were hoping for burgers, this isn’t the place.
They do have sides of fries that you can order, and the seasoning on those are delicious. But, that’s about it in terms of other menu items.
In terms of what to order, the wild hot wings are insane, and the blue cheese side dish in the tasty combos of wings is a great complement.
It’s also worth noting that this is a good place to watch a sports game. They run live sports showing off just about any type of game you like, so it’s a nice place to grab a beer or swing by for the Super Bowl.
When I took my partner back to the US to visit my family for the first time, the first thing I made him do was order a plate of chicken and waffles at a local diner.
There’s nothing that screams classic southern food like a hot plate of waffles topped with crispy friend chicken and doused in maple syrup!
If you (like me) are a major fan of this comfort food then you’ll love Sweet Georgia Café.
Inspired by all your favorite American meals, this small and cozy diner-style joint in the Laureles neighborhood has some of the best American breakfasts in town.
You’ll find huge plates (I mean, when is a paisa mealnot huge) piled with bacon, pancakes, waffles, scrambled eggs, French toast, and tons of other American favorites.
Their meals are even complete with a cup of watery, American-style coffee (just kidding, but they do brew up some American coffee blends).
Or, if you’d rather go there during lunch time, you can enjoy burgers and sandwiches. Or, go for one of their vegan options. Whatever you get, the food will transport you back to the states in a heartbeat.