A TASTE OF FILIPINO CULTURE
Traditional cuisine is a window into the culture, history, and character of a country and its people. Take Filipino food for example. The medley of Spanish, American, and Asian flavors tells of the Philippines’ colonial history and its cultural interactions with its Asian neighbors. The manner by which food is served speaks of the Filipino culture of friendliness and hospitality.
There is one restaurant in Brussels that offers a taste of Philippine culture, history, and culinary traditions. At Bahay Kubo along Chaussée de Wavre, the dining experience begins with a warm welcome and a smile. Not at all like the formal and customary Bonjour but a genuine smile that stretches from ear to ear. Filipinos are cheerful and hospitable by nature because they believe that making others feel at home is an important act of kindness and compassion. And it all begins with a warm welcome and a smile. (Read more)