The COVID-19 pandemic has been devastating for economies and businesses all over the world. The food industry, which relies heavily on dine-in services, is just one of many industries that has been greatly affected by these extraordinary times and as a result, many chefs and service workers have been left without a source of livelihood. However, a few chefs in Manila, who are currently struggling with unemployment, have decided to take their talents online instead. You can shop meals made by these chefs, who have worked for well-known food chains and restaurants around the Philippines, through their Facebook page Food PH MNL.

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These chefs have worked at popular food chains and they have teamed up and decided to use their talent for creating delicious dishes to start a small online business. You can shop food directly from them to help support them through these trying times.

Their selection includes Japanese faves like gyoza and chicken katsu as well as flavored chicken wings and servings of pasta. Nothing on the meu is above P380, so you can easily enjoy these professionally made meals without breaking your budget. Plus, you'll be helping out people in need! They deliver all over Metro Manila using courier services Grab or Lalamove, so you can get your food in a flash without having to leave the house.

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Check out their full menu below:

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Thinking about what to cook next? Join the Yummy Pinoy Cooking Club to get more recipe ideas, share your own dishes, and find out what the rest of the community are making and eating!

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