If you’re willing to spend a bit more on your street tacos, CHINO—which was brought to the Philippines from Hong Kong—is worth the extra pesos. Their specialty is upscale Mexican street food mixed with a Japanese style of cooking, and it’s extremely easy to eat. You can pair their food with a wide selection of booze, so enjoy a couple mezcals or highballs and maybe try out their best-selling barbacoa tacos. It’s not just the food and drink that makes this place worth splurging though; it’s also the beautiful interior and their super friendly, informative staff. You can ask them anything about their menu. CHINO is certainly a fancy place but it’s still approachable and offers great service. You’ll feel right at home and comfortable enough to have a lengthy, laid-back conversation with your pals. The vibe here is the epitome of chill, so you can enjoy your stay without all the noise and the rush, unlike the Philippines’ usual crowded Mexican places.