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Craving Italian, Japanese, or American Food? Here’s Where You Can Order Them For Delivery

Order online based on the cuisine you crave.
Craving Italian, Japanese, or American Food? Here’s Where You Can Order Them For Delivery

If you find that you’ve been alternating between corned beef and canned tuna recently, it’s hard not to miss the food you used to enjoy before the enhanced community quarantine. Luckily, if you have a specific cuisine in mind—like, say, Italian, Japanese, or American food—there’s an easy way to order online and have it delivered to your doorstep: foodpanda.

To the uninitiated, foodpanda is an international on-demand food delivery service company. In the Philippines, it offers delivery options for hundreds of restaurants and food establishments from fast food to homegrown brands.

Since the start of ECQ, foodpanda has continued operations and has kept in touch with running businesses to serve you the food you crave the most. For hygiene and safety concerns during these trying times, the company has implemented special protocols for riders and a contactless delivery scheme. You can choose to pay online for your food and ask the driver to leave your order at the door. The best part is that it offers free delivery services.

Check out some of the dishes you can order online, based on the cuisine you miss the most.


Pizza is a go-to when it comes to Italian food. If you’re looking for your next fix of cheese and toppings, you may want to order from Big Guys Pizza. There's plenty to go around for the entire family when you order one of their 36-inch pans. Try the Super Supreme, loaded with mozzarella, pepperoni, bacon, black olives, and other classic toppings, or go for All Meat with ham, bacon, ground beef, pepperoni, and Italian sausage.


Those who crave a hearty rice bowl will appreciate Ooma's donburi options. Aside from your regular gyudon and katsudon, they also serve a special unagi don, which you can share with a loved one or eat on your own as you please. If you're tired of eating rice though, you may want to try their menu for udon and soba.


If burgers are your comfort food, go for the thick grilled patties of 8Cuts. We recommend the 1/3-pounder Four Cheese 2.0, which comes with parmesan-crusted mozzarella, cheddar, and Monterey Jack.

For all-day breakfast food options, check out Nono's menu. Choose among continental classics, such as french toast and eggs benedict, or go with a timeless beef tapa. Nono's also offers a selection of salad, soups, mains, and sandwiches to sate your cravings.

When all else fails, there’s always McDonald’s to serve your go-to cheeseburger and fries combo. If you miss the normalcy of life pre-quarantine, anything from McDonald’s may just hit the spot.


If you're looking for an extra dose of comfort, nothing will sate your craving quite like the all-time classic adobo. There's no need to go out to gather ingredients and cook itself yourself when you can easily order from Adobo Connection. You can even get shanghai rolls to go with your order.

Meanwhile, those who want to add more vegetables to their diet can go for Manam's best sellers. They serve a variety of beloved Filipino dishes, from sinigang to pinakbet.

Download the foodpanda app and discover more options for cuisine and restaurants to order from based on your exact location. The app even shows if a restaurant offers special discounts and promos. You can easily satisfy your cravings when you filter your search based on cuisine, price point, or ratings.

Treat yourself when you order from foodpanda because you deserve it! Download the app here and follow foodpanda on Facebook for more updates.

This article is sponsored by foodpanda.