Foodie Guide: What and Where to Eat in Marinduque

Go on a food trip around the “Heart of the Philippines”.

Marinduque is best known for the Moriones Festival, celebrated during the Lenten Season, and white sand-beaches of Maniwaya. But aside from sightseeing and island-hopping around the heart-shaped island, not many tourists know about the province’s local cuisine and food scene.

For those looking for unique eats, here’s our top picks of homegrown restaurants, local kakanin, and native delicacies you can look out for when you travel there.

 

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Kara Santos

Kara Santos

Kara Santos is a freelance writer and photographer. When not on the road or motorcycling off somewhere for the weekend, she’s leveling up her experience points in the latest PlayStation RPG. Read about her real-life and virtual adventures on her blog Travel Up.