Picture Feature(d): Kusina Felicitas

Excerpt from Filipino Delight by Ces Rodgriquez for SEAIR InFlight February – March 2010

“Kusina Felicitas has a low ceiling with original beams, marble flooring, 18th century brick walls adorned by an exuberance of folk art, dark wood tables and Spanish-style chairs and a long deli counter filled with pickled onions, sugarcane wine, honey and preserves of caramay (a tart fruit that looks like a small pumpkin), pineapple, kondol (white gourd melon), mangoes, langka (jackfruit), kamias (tree sorrel) and singkamas (jicama).”

A cozy Filipino interior, from the folk art paintings, 18th century bricks, hardwood chairs, to the bamboo placemats

Pork belly in rolls with stewed vegetables

InFlight's Filipino Delight feature page. Designed and layout by Jocas A. See

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About battlefield_man

Jocas A. See. Visual journalist. Visual communication designer. And a casual tourist

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