Two restaurants with the same name, one serving Filipino-Mexican fusion food, the other Vietnamese delicacies. Check out Silantro Fil-Mex Cantina in Kapitolyo, Pasig, and Cilantro in Iloilo!
Also, certain towns in Iloilo have been badly damaged
Silantro Fil-Mex Cantina
75 East Capitol Drive, Kapitolyo, Pasig City, Philippines
You had me at "unlimojito". I've yet to try it but I hear it's been getting rave reviews.
My favorite from their menu - Beef Nachos!
Cilantro: Flavors of Vietnam
Barangay Hipodromo, Jalandoni St., City Proper, Iloilo City, Philippines
Cilantro is accepting donations of any kind for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda in Iloilo. You may drop off your donations at their restaurant.
Bo Luclac Noodles (L) and Dau Hu Xa Ot (soft silken tofu crusted with garlic and lemongrass) (R)
Beef and Cucumber Salad
Canh Trung (Vegetable Soup)
Lobster Sisig (L) and Tom Rang Muoi (Salt and Pepper Shrimp) (R)
Rice Vermicelli Bowl
Thit Kho (Braised Pork in Caramel Sauce)
A group of local doctors and nurses, they will be going to Concepcion, Iloilo tomorrow, 14th November, to provide aid. Concepcion was one of the towns that were badly damaged by Typhoon Yolanda and it has yet to be reached by relief operations. If you wish to pledge whatever amount you can, please get in touch with Edell Soliguen at email@example.com or through +639178042236.
Our hearts go out to our fellow countrymen badly affected by Typhoon Yolanda. To our international readers, please keep The Philippines in your prayers. You may send aid through various local and international organizations, a list of which you can find here.