|Kimbob (Php 120)
Store: Seoul Bibimbab
2. Lechon and Sisig Meal
|Lechon and Sisig Meal (Php 119)
Store: Belly Bob
To get the best of both worlds, I recommend Lechon and Sisig Meal from Belly Bob. This Cebuano style lechon belly captures the rich aromatic taste of lechon. Lean and not-too-fatty pork meat that needs no sauce or any condiments to bring out the flavors.
3. Pad Thai
|Pad Thai (Php 120)
Store: Moo Moo Thai
Moo Moo Thai is a gem in SM MOA Foodcourt for Thai food lovers. I know Thai food is still not in the mainstream for fast food consumers, unfortunately. But I urge you to try this Pad Thai at least once. Pad Thai served on a red square plate was generous, too much for 1 person. Firm stir-fried noodles with all the necessary ingredients like shrimps, egg, garlic, shallots, peanuts, etc. Take off the shrimps, this is also an option for vegetarians.
4. Chinese Lauriat
|Pork Asado Lauriat (Php 139)
Store: Oriental Bowl
If your stomach is grumbling for a party, then you can have your own party in Chinese Lauriat-style meals. Like this Pork Asado Lauriat, in less than P150, you have a serving of pork asado slices, pancit, lumpiang shanghai, siomai, kropek (shrimp crackers), and fried rice. Wow! Now tell me, how can you go wrong with that plate? It has everything!
|Honey Chicken Lauriat (Php 99)
Store: Oriental Bowl
A tamer version of Chinese-style lauriat is this Honey Chicken Lauriat with stir-fried vegetables and fried rice. Still a reasonably priced meal for only P99.
5. Mexican Wraps
|Crunchy Fish Rolls (Php 99)
Store: Red Green Pepper
The Mexican colors of red and green drew me to Red Green Pepper stall, where burritos gives your money’s worth. Try several wraps like this Crunchy Fish Rolls Soft Taco Wrap, Grilled Chicken Cheese Steak Burrito and Grilled Beef Classic Burrito, for only P99 each. Mix and match your wrap and meat filling. Price depends on the type of meat filling you choose. The most expensive is P105, Barbacoa and Chorizo. Still, not bad!
|Papaitan (Php 130)
Store: Kusina ni Gracia
Take a break from typical Filipino savory dishes and bite into this Ilocano delicacy called Papaitan. Composed of cow or goat innards, sweetness is reduced while bitterness of soup stands out. If you want to fuel that adventurous side of you or challenge a picky eater you know, Papaitan is the way to go!
7. Pizza and Spaghetti
|Pizza and Spaghetti (Php 99)
Store: Fat Boy’s Pizza Pasta
Your kids are not out of place in SM MOA’s Foodcourt. While you enjoy other cuisines, Fat Boy’s Pizza and Spaghetti pacifies their taste buds. Both spaghetti and Hawaiian pizza lean on the sweet Filipino side merged with a kick of Italian spice.
|Sotanghon (Php 105)
Go with the flow of the metro’s bipolar weather by taking a sip from Ted’s Sotanghon. Bowl filled with vermicelli noodles, liver, beef and other spices to add taste. At Ted’s, Iloilo style batchoy is the known special of the house but you cannot ignore their Sotanghon and other beef soup variants.
9. Healthy Salad
|Japanese Salad (Php 150)
Healthylicious! For a quick healthy break, Tossed in SM MOA’s Foodcourt is the right choice for you. Hop from one country to another through Tossed’ Asian salads like this Japanese Salad. Composed of house mix greens, nori, egg noodle, carrots, beansprout, yellow mango, cucumber, onion, corn tomato and noodle crunch, with wasabi miso dressing. On top, you also get strips of kani for a more Japanese feel. I figured, it’s one of the best finds in SM MOA’s foodcourt.