Before flights, RACKS and Tenya are serving bites!

Fortunately, you now have one less problem to worry about on the day of the flight: what to eat! Travel days can be really stressful! Take a moment to say farewell over a delicious supper at Tenya or RACKS before you head off into the big wide world. Tenya and RACKS are the ideal pleasure to return home to if you are arriving. I’m so delighted that my favorite restaurants are now very easy to access and convenient, especially if you’re craving something great to eat while waiting for your flight. I’m such a huge fan of Japanese foods; that’s why I do love Tenya, as they serve authentic and delicious Japanese foods. On the other hand, RACKS, one of the OGs, always serves the delicious staple. They are now ready to serve as we head to our destinations and or as we return home from our wonderful trips.

I enjoyed eating during the launch of Racks and Tenya at NAIA Terminal 3

In NAIA Terminal 3’s Food Hall, RACKS and Tenya have opened for business! You can now pick between two more delectable stops prior to flights. Arrivals can sample their specialty staples during their welcome lunch, which is served directly in the airport.

If you are in the mood for classic American fare, family-style ribs with all the trimmings, then head over to RACKS! It’s the perfect place to have one more bonding moment with your loved ones before boarding or as soon as you arrive.

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Is Japanese dining more your style? Are you looking for something hearty to keep you energized for your travels? Then be sure to stop at Tenya for authentic Japanese tempura. You’ll want to fill up on something succulent and delicious before you face a long plane ride.

RACKS is the perfect family restaurant for a reunion! It’s been serving ribs for over 20 years in the Philippines. Tenya is the number one tempura tendon restaurant in Japan. Together, they are a formidable 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.

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This new location hopes to see traffic from both Filipino and foreign travelers, balikbayans and tourists alike. RACKS and Tenya, both have long track records of proving themselves as favorites for Filipinos and will be tantalizing new options in the airport.

“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 of the move.

These branches of RACKS and Tenya will 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.” says Denise Ramos, Director for Operations.

Two trips to Japan were given away during the opening ceremony. Travelers from all over the world will soon be delighted by the meals that the invited personalities and guest the media had a fantastic time sampling. Having delicious cuisine in a convenient location when saying farewell to loved ones, welcoming them home, or just having a bite to eat will improve any traveler’s spirits, no matter how they are feeling. Enjoy your last supper at Tenya or RACKS in the L4 Food Hall at NAIA Terminal 3, or host a welcome-home reunion!

Visit and for additional information about RACKS and Tenya. You can also follow RACKS and Tenya on Facebook at RACKS and Tenya Philippines and on Instagram at and @tenyaph. Additionally, Foodpanda, GrabFood, Pickaroo, and SM Malls provide RACKS and Tenya for purchase online.

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