A tela is a Chinese restaurant with a variety of dishes including chicken wings, prawns, pork loin, shrimp, chicken salad and seafood.
The food has been popular in the Philippines since it opened in the 1950s.
It has become a staple of many Filipino families who come to visit the city every year.
This year, there was a lot of competition for a place to hold the big event, the tela market fair, which began Tuesday.
A number of restaurants were vying to be the largest, but a few of the biggest favorites took the stage.
“The tela markets are the only ones with the right size, the right decor, the perfect atmosphere and the best customer service,” said Jose Alimba, president of the Philippine Restaurant Association.
They are also the only restaurants that serve food that is not from China or Southeast Asia.
Alimba said that the Filipino restaurants have won out because the Filipino people have a way of eating.
He said the Philippines was one of the first countries in the world to have a tela restaurant, and it has been an inspiration to Filipinos.
There are over 2,500 tela restaurants in the country, and they all serve different dishes from the Chinese to the Filipino, Alimbaras group said.
Even though there were a lot more competitors for the telas in the market, Alims group said that they had a great success.
After the first day of competition, Alimbas group gave away 100 tela menus for the next day, with each menu costing between P200 and P600.
One of the big winners was Lala Tela in Quezon City, Philippines.
The food at the restaurant is not only delicious, but also good for the environment.
Lala Telas has been serving Filipino cuisine for nearly 40 years and the Filipino families that come to eat at its restaurants are passionate about the food, said Alimbas group.
If the Filipino community wants to taste the food of the Philippines, they need to come to Lala.
The restaurant is just about 50 kilometers (31 miles) from the capital city of Manila.