The world is really such an amazing place to be in, offering so much to its dwellers – from destinations to visit, down to every nook and cranny of each country that of course, has their own cuisine that they are proud of much like Indonesia which is known as not only one of the most vibrant and colorful cuisines in the world, but also … Continue reading Live life with a bit of spice as you dine with Restoran Garuda – one of Indonesia’s most famed restaurants
Took inspiration from the glitz and glam of the well-known and the fabulous Hollywood, Movie Stars Café opened just last August 2018, entertaining people with their instagram-worthy, even blog post worthy huge space that can accommodate 320 diners and watchers alike. Offering a fusion of Italian, Japanese, and Filipino cuisine, do not be confused with their menu as each and every dish is named after … Continue reading Lights, Camera, Action!: Experience and taste the marvelous Hollywood with Movie Stars Café!
This summer, Kuya J, the fastest growing chain of Filipino casual dining restaurants in the country and home of the uniquely reinvented Halo-halo Espesyal, takes its game up a notch with an iconic duo that will further redefine the classic Pinoy favorite dessert – the new Duo Halo-halo Espesyal! “We take pride in being known for our unique and flavorful renditions of Halo-halo. Our customers … Continue reading Kuya J takes its unique Halo-halo Espesyal up a notch
A different location can bring about new ways to enjoy good food and drink. Take it from the Japanese who resettled in Peru, uncovering new flavors by combining traditional techniques with local ingredients. Likewise, Manila’s leading Peruvian-Japanese restaurant, Nikkei, presents a playful new way to enjoy its celebrated bites and booze. Inspired by the innovative dishes of its sister restaurant and the well-traveled appetite of … Continue reading A playful, new take on Nikkei cuisine: Nikkei Nama in BGC
As exacting as their standards are, Italian grandmothers would approve of Single Origin Osteria. At least the grandmother of its executive chef, Juan Barcos, would approve of the new Salcedo Village spot, especially considering how much she’s inspired its menu. A 3rd-generation cook whose family migrated from Italy, the chef drew from his childhood with memories spent devouring pasta, notably his nonna’s lasagna (“nonna” is … Continue reading Single Origin Osteria: Savor Italian Dishes While Enjoying Your Favorite Cup of Joe