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These new restaurants are serving delicious bites before your flight

Travel days can be stressful, but at least you have one less thing to worry about: what to eat on the day of your flight. Before setting off into the wide world, take a moment to say goodbye with a meal at RACKS or Tenya. If you’re arriving, then these two restaurants are the perfect treat to come home to.

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RACKS and Tenya are now open in the Food Hall of NAIA Terminal 3. Travellers now have two new options to choose from before their flight. Arriving passengers can also enjoy their first meal right at the airport.

For guests craving classic American fare, like family-style ribs with all the trimmings, head over to RACKS.

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For authentic Japanese fare, Tenya is the place to go.

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RACKS is the perfect family restaurant for a reunion. It’s been serving ribs for over 20 years in the Philippines. Meanwhile, Tenya is the number one tempura tendon restaurant in Japan. Together, they are a welcome new addition to the Terminal 3 Food Hall.

“These new restaurants in NAIA are a great move for us at RACKS and Tenya. We are proud that the Philippines is showcasing our food in the gateway to the globe,” said Cavallino Inc. Managing Director, Chukri Prieto.

The new location hopes to attract both Filipino and foreign travelers, including balikbayans and tourists alike. Both restaurants have a long track record as Filipino favorites and will now offer delicious new options at the airport.

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“We want to be where the action is and give travelers a good, reliable place to say goodbye, get ready for a flight, or even a place to welcome someone to Manila,” General Manager, Iggy Ramos said.

These two branches will also feature special sections for all-day breakfast with drip coffee or tea from Twinings. There will also be a Stuff N’ Go Section with to-go items and souvenirs for anyone who needs something last minute before rushing over to their gate.

“It’s important to us that travelers have a nice place to welcome people home or see them off, all while enjoying food they know will deliver every time,” Director for Operations, Denise Ramos says.

The new restaurants are located at NAIA Terminal 3, L4 Food Hall.

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