Indulge on some delicious traditional and modern Filipino food in Athens.
Chicken chopsuey Photographer: Adrianna Anastasiades
The best thing about Athens is that there are a lot of hidden gems that cater to different cuisines.
This capital is multicultural, which means that the majority of restaurants are run by locals who cook home style meals. Bulacan Halo-Halo is one of them.
This restaurant is even decorated to look like a typical restaurant in the Philippines; with simple white decor but with a contrast of blue and green colours.
On the weekend they do a buffet with a selection of Filipino dishes that you can try; from healthy soups to hearty peanut butter curry.
Sweet and sour chicken Photographer: Adrianna Anastasiades
You can find dishes that have been influenced from other cuisines such as sweet and sour chicken, but you will also find dishes that are national favourites such as Pancit and pork barbecue.
The prices here are cheap to moderate, but the dishes are huge and can be shared with a large group.
Pork barbecue Photographer: Adrianna Anastasiades
Address: Michalakopoulou 105, Athina 115 27
Opening times: Tuesday – Sunday: 4Pm – 11.30PM Monday: Closed