Naimas: Taste Of Home restaurant has lived up to its name by becoming the newest stop off along EDSA that will satisfy your cravings for Filipino dishes.
The dishes range from Php 200 to Php 500, depending on the dishes or amount ordered— it is very affordable, especially when you think about how good the quality of the food is.
Try 10 of our recommended dishes that will surely remind you of your grandmother's home-cooked meals:
Beef shins that melt in your mouth, with just a quick, barely noticeable hint of sour-saltiness. Perfect with rice.
Authentic. Ilokano. Bagnet. That is all.
It isn't every day you get to eat wild boar, so why not, right?
A pulutan and beerhouse classic, but made better with Naimas' ingenuity!
Do the best Tawilis come from Davao, or from Cebu? Neither! The best comes from Naimas, just along EDSA!
If this doesn't perk you up and make you reach for another bottle of beer, we don't know what else will.
Aligue and sisig rice, perfect with, well, rice.
Shrimps cooked in aligue. Double the sinfulness, double the deliciousness!
Balot, cooked with lots of spice and lots of oil. What more could you want?
Perhaps the favorite of Choose Philippines team, this Mexican dish meets its astounding Pinoy counterpart.
Which dish are you most excited to try? Tell us down in the comments below, or share your own food stories over at www.ChoosePhilippines.com!
You can visit this wonderful restaurant, touted as one of the only legitimate al fresco dining options along EDSA, on the ground floor of SM Light Mall, EDSA corner Madison Street, Mandaluyong. You can reach them via (02) 960 6797.