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Visitors are unlikely to go hungry in Manila: For most Filipinos three meals a day are not enough and are often interspersed with snacks called merienda. Although the city does not have the street-food culture of neighboring capitals like Bangkok, it offers plenty of places to fill up; it may be a surprise to find that shopping malls house not just fast food outlets but also upmarket restaurants. The selection below covers some old favorites as well as more recent additions to the dining scene.

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