Have you already traveled around Asia? If yes, I’m definitely sure you’re very picky when it comes to “Asian-inspired” food chains in Manila, and are very (if not little) specific with the authenticity of their taste. Well, if you’re not yet familiar with other dishes around Asia, we can only recommend the bestest restaurants and one of them – I’m super duper excited to share … Continue reading Crustasia Seafood Market: 9 dishes to try right now
Loud and proud – this restaurant is full of Pinoy pride. From colorful banderitas to seating options like no other, Pedro ‘n Coi will give you that full blast Pinoy feast you have been wanting to experience! Husband-and-wife owners, Lloyd Lee and Shamcey Supsup-Lee, really did a great job in showcasing how creative and Filipinos can be. Want to eat as if you are in … Continue reading Fiestastic: Party like a Pinoy with Pedro ‘n Coi!
Taken after the Creole Cuisine which originated in Louisiana, United States. Creole’s dishes are heavily influenced by French, Spanish, West African, Amerindian, German, Italian and Irish influences, as well as influences from the general cuisine of the Southern United States. And now through Cafe Creole which is located in the Ground Floor of Resorts World Manila we get to enjoy Creole dishes at its finest. The cafe boast of New … Continue reading Cafe Creole: A Cafe With A Soul
The thing with Hawaiian dishes is that they are not that much popular here in our country. Few people would consider these dishes to be their comfort food. Good thing there’s restaurants like Johnny Kahuku who can give you not only a taste of these flavorful Hawaiian dishes but quite a feel of Hawaii as well. Located in the Ground Floor of Newport Mall, Resorts World … Continue reading Johnny Kahuku’s Shrimphouse: A Hawaiian Experience Like No Other