Filipinos greatly enjoy Spanish cuisine, which isn’t surprising in the least. After all, the Philippines was colonized by Spain for over 300 years. Long after gaining independence, the love for Spain’s delectable and mouthwatering flavors remains. That’s what Barcino captures. Pegging itself as an authentic Spanish restaurant, it brings to the table food and wine from different regions of this notable European country – and it’s doing a great job too, with several branches in the metro just a few years after it first opened. Whether you’re looking for a romantic date venue or scouting for the next family dinner, Barcino won’t disappoint.