Manam is now open in BGC, and it’s pretty much the ideal place to take all your balikbayan friends and guests from out of town. Continue reading
Did you know that Misto at Seda BGC now has an eat-all-you-can salad bar? Continue reading
Minami Saki by Astoria is one of our favorite restaurants in our neighborhood. Continue reading
I’ve just discovered the best meatless tacos ever at this container van restaurant in Kapitolyo. Continue reading
Tapenade at Discovery Primea is one of the restaurants John and I go to when we’re in the mood for salad, and lots of it.
John and I have enjoyed many a meal at Earth Kitchen’s first branch along Katipunan Avenue, and we were happy to hear that they’ve opened a second restaurant on Bonifacio High Street. Continue reading
There are few things I like as much as a really good sandwich, and the lobster rolls at Bun Appetit are REALLY. GOOD.
A little over a month ago, my cousin Steve and his fiancee Anj celebrated their Tin Hun (Chinese engagement ceremony) with lunch at City Club Makati, catered by Sakura by Edo San.
My cousin Queen read up on a lot of Hanoi restaurants on Tripadvisor prior to our trip. Gourmet Corner was ranked as the city’s 6th best restaurant, and we decided to have lunch Continue reading
After a few days of eating mostly traditional Vietnamese fare, my cousins and I felt it was time for a change. We decided to have dinner at Green Tangerine, a colonial-style restaurant serving up French cuisine with a Vietnamese twist.
I can’t remember if we had dinner at Cau Go our first or second night in Hanoi, but I do remember it being a really good one.
Karen’s Kitchen, home bakery of red velvet, chocolate ganache, and sticky toffee fame, has just opened their very first restaurant in Kapitolyo, and it is such a cheerful, storybook-pretty space.
Last weekend, John and I got to try the buffet at Flavors, Holiday Inn & Suites Makati. We were there upon the invitation of Rachel Alejandro and Chef Barni Alejandro-Rennebeck, the sexy sisters behind The Sexy Chef.
One of the highlights of our Tokyo trip was our sushi breakfast at the Tsukiji Fish Market. Continue reading
While strolling around the side streets of Omotesando, John and I chanced upon this cozy cafe called Mr. Farmer. We had worked up an appetite from all the walking, but dinnertime was still a couple of hours away Continue reading
I love unagi! In Manila, I’ll eat it anywhere, from Senju, to Nihonbashitei, to the frozen vacuum-packed version at S&R. Continue reading