Aptly named, FoodTalk has been steadily gaining popularity word since it entered the food arena and started serving authentic Filipino dishes with a dash of local and international cuisine last year.
Here is your destination if hunger or the craving for authentic Filipino, local or international cuisine hits you anytime of the day, and by anytime, it means you don’t have to suppress your hunger and wait for the usual 11am-2 pm lunch hour or the 6-9pm dinner time like most of the restaurants in the island.
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If your day starts early and you have no time to cook breakfast, let FoodTalk take care of the most important meal of the day. As early as 7 a.m. you can have or pick up your P-Noy breakfast ofTapsilog, Longsilog, Tocilog and Silog, or island breakfast of bacon, spam and egg and garlic fried rice, Portugese sausage, omelet, or a combination of both. If you are not in the breakfast mood yet, you can choose from the selection of sandwiches with coffee to kick off your day.
FoodTalk offers a wide array of all-time favorites including bossing bulalo or beef bone marrow soup, Joeeey Spaghetti, chubby crispy pata or pork hocks, kikay dinaing nab angus or dried milk fish, just bihon beyber or sautéed rice noodles, kabayan fried chicken, palabok ala chikka, Da King Kawali or pork belly fried to perfection, buzzing sizzling sisig pork belly, fried pork chop and talker’s burger made with prime ground beef, Mai Tokwa’t Baboy or pork belly and fried tofu with hot peppers and more.
If you can’t decide, you for any of the items in the set menu including crispy or spicy chicken wings, pork cutlet with Tonkatsu sauce, and pork chop steak—all served with appetizer, rice and soup. For individuals who don’t have the luxury of time to sit for a leisurely meal, the ready to serve food everyday at the counter is one option so you can eat right away without waiting.
FoodTalk is also your ideal stop if you crave for kakanin or Filipino snacks such as puto kutchinta, puto or steamed rice cake, turon or deep fried banana wrapped in lumpia, siopao, biko or glutenous rice cake, and more delicacies.
Cap your meals with any of the irresistible temptations like chocolate shake, sago gulaman, mango and ube shake, mais con yelo and the famous P-Noy halohalo.
FoodTalk is located at the former Miggy’s along Middle Road, Garapan and right across from MIHA Housing. FoodTalk can accommodate up to 32 diners and is open Sunday-Saturday, from 7 a.m. and all the way to 9:30 p.m. FoodTalk offers free delivery for food purchases of over than $10. Only cash is accepted for now. For inquiries or reservations, please call 233- TALK (8255).
THIS food stop was designed with the idea where food should come above all else, and diners will think and talk of nothing else but the food.
ng a warm welcome to diners with its homey and cheerful atmosphere. It is one place where you’d like to linger over your meal, watch the latest news on the LCD screen mounted on the wall, while the time away over your favorite beverage, or catch up with friends over delicious food.
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