Filipinos are the largest minority in Macau and it’s no surprise if you’ve been to one of the famous ‘Filipino Parties’ where you indulge in an endless festivity of food like lumpia (Filipino spring rolls), Filipino spaghetti (sweet yet tomatoey sauce), or a vast assortment of viands. If you are craving for that dish you’ve tried at that one party, head over to Sarimanok and look over the display of food over the counter. Simply pick what you want and they’ll ladle the dish for you over hot steamy rice. They also serve the iconic Filipino dessert called halo-halo (literally translated to mix-mix). It is a fun dessert where you get a spectrum of flavors in a cup.
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