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It is no secret that the Philippines is one of the largest Christian countries in the globe. The practice of observing lenten season traditions has been part of our traditions and one of these is to avoid eating meat especially during the Holy week. 

To help you find places where you can get or order delicious meals and food sans the meat, here are some restaurants you should check out. 

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  1. Paradise Dynasty

If you love Chinese dishes, then getting food from this restaurant is a must. Even without ordering anything with meat, you’ll never be deprived of authentic Chinese taste and savory. 

Some of our highly recommended dishes are radish pastry, lettuce roll with homemade sesame sauce, chilled tofu with century egg, egg fried rice, sweet and sour fish, stir fried kai lan, and a lot more!

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  1. Conti’s

Feeling loyal to Filipino dishes? Conti’s has introduced its latest additions to its menu—the Healthy Bowls. Healthy Grain Bowls are similar to rice toppings, but instead of white rice, these seafood meals are paired with locally-sourced grains called Adlai–nutrient-packed, energy-boosting, protein-rich, and low in glucose. They’re also gluten-free.

It comes with different choices of toppings such as scallop adlai risotto, garlic squid adlai, and soy ginger shrimp adlai. 

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  1. Antipodean Coffee

For the coffee lovers, you’ll surely be delighted dining at Antipodean Coffee in Salcedo, Makati. Aside from serving freshly brewed coffee, the shop has a long list of menu items for you to try. This includes smoked salmon pizza, vegetable pizza, pumpkin sage and feta pasta, avocado toast, yogurt, waffles, and many more. 

There you go! Have a meaningful lenten season. 

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