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best Filipino food!”

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“Filipino feast at Casa Manila is hands-on fun. Other kamayans can be found in the city, but Casa Manila’s is the homiest. And it’s good fun. It is an Instagram-worthy spread, impressive in scope and colour.”

- Amy Pataki, Restaurant Critic

“Casa Manila is a popular, long-standing
institution to classic Filipino food.”

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Best Filipino Restaurants in Toronto

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7 Restaurants in Manila for Mouth-Watering Meals

As seen in Flightnetwork's Article - 7 Restaurants in Manila for Mouth-Watering Meals.

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The 25 Best Filipino Restaurants In Canada

Thank you Big 7 Travel for making us the top Filipino restaurant in Toronto! We pride ourselves in making our recipes one of the best that Filipino cuisine has to offer. And thank you Canadian Filipino Net for featuring the Big 7 Travel article. We would also like to thank our patrons and staff members that helped contribute to this glowing achievement.

Big 7 Travel is part of Big 7 Media. The media company describes itself as an outfit that “creates original content across our three brands – travel, food and hotels – for a mobile-first, millennial audience”.

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Article by: Big 7 Travel

Article also featured by: Canadian Filipino Net

Casa Manila – Toronto, Ontario

Craving a family-style feast? Head straight for Casa Manila, which is, as you can probably guess, all decked out in Manila-style decor. Dining here transports you straight into the heart of the Philippines where you can dive into local culture and cuisine. Graze your way through kamayan-style meals or opt for the salo-salo style where you’ll get to enjoy smaller offerings of plates such as Kare Kare and spring rolls.

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