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Filipino cuisine among TasteAtlas’ 100 Best Cuisines globally

As Filipino flavors secured the 33rd spot in the ranking, sinigang also claimed the 97th position among the best traditional dishes worldwide
/ 08:33 PM December 14, 2023

Filipino cuisine stands out among world’s best according to Taste Atlas

Filipino cuisine stands out among world’s best according to TasteAtlas | Photo by FOX/Pexels

Traveling to the Philippines, visitors are often welcomed by a variety of Filipino dishes. From the iconic adobo and lechon to the sweet embrace of halo-halo and leche flan, each dish tells a story of history and hospitality. 

Filipino cuisine, a celebration of diverse flavors, stands among the best internationally as it recently made it to TasteAtlas’ roster of the 100 Best Cuisines in the World.

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Securing the 33rd spot on the list, Filipino flavors have made a mark on the global palate, with standout dishes earning their place among the world’s culinary elite.

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Filipino cuisine secures spot on Taste Atlas’ 100 Best Cuisines globally

Noteworthy among these, according to the culinary platform, are best-rated Filipino delights such as bangus, kesong puti, banana ketchup, pinipig, and, unofficially recognized as every Filipino’s favorite, sinigang, which also clinched the 97th position among the 100 Best Dishes in the World.

100 Best Dishes in the World

Meanwhile, for those eager to embark on a gastronomic journey in the country, the website has curated a selection of the best restaurants to try.  

Whether savoring the offerings at Original Pares Mami House in Quezon City, indulging in Ramen Yushoken in Muntinlupa, exploring the culinary landscape at Ulli’s Streets of Asia in Cebu City, relishing Tres Cuisine in Quezon City, or enjoying the creations at Sebastian’s Ice Cream, also in Quezon City, the Filipino culinary scene offers a wide array of restaurants to satisfy every palate.

A website for culinary exploration, TasteAtlas evaluated 395,205 dish ratings (with 271,819 deemed valid) and 115,660 food product ratings (with 80,863 valid) to curate this definitive list. 

The rankings were based on the best average ratings for the top 50 highest-rated dishes and food products of each cuisine, with the highest-rated dish breaking any ties.

As the world turns its gaze towards the Philippines, this recognition on TasteAtlas solidifies Filipino cuisine’s place among the global culinary giants, inviting connoisseurs and curious palates alike to indulge in the flavors that make it a standout in the international culinary landscape.

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