We’ve been through Quezon City and Makati City; Now it’s time to head Kapitolyo, Pasig City for the ultimate gastronomic treat!
To all FOODIES! This is your ULTIMATE GUIDE to the restaurants in Banawe, Quezon City. Are you ready for a gastronomic food trip?
St Marc Cafe’s of Tokyo now opens in Manila, Philippines. Find out what I make of their famous chococro.
Find out if Duck and Buvette raises the bar in Third Wave Coffee movement, being the first to serve Chicago’s Intelligentsia Coffee Roasters.
Ever been dumbfounded as to what coffee bean to get when in a third wave coffee shop? Best if you know popular brewing methods (and some traditional) and what your specialty coffee store equipment has, to get the most of your cup of coffee.
Had I not encountered La Colombe Coffee Roasters’ CEO and coffee adventurer slash junkie Todd Carmichael on Dangerous Grounds, I would not have fully appreciated, even for a small part of me, Starbucks Reserve.
The opportunity to experience the creations of the one and only US-based Lamill Coffee beans here in the country is not something I would pass by, especially when I’m encouraged by Refinery to drop by to get a taste of the Lamill Experience.
CRAFT COFFEE REVOLUTION, which was formerly CRAFT COFFEE WORKSHOP, is a recently rebranded concept that had humble beginnings at Broadway Avenue, corner E. Rodriguez Avenue, beside La Creperie. While Craft Coffee Revolution has opened it mainstream, it will be better to have a coffee experience where it was born.
TOBY’S ESTATE COFFEE ROASTERS is one of the latest commercialized, specialty coffee shops leading the bandwagon in the single origin coffee trend here in Manila. Originating from the land down under Australia, Toby Smith, the coffee genius, brings his direct trade coffee and skills honed in Brazil and Guatemala plantations into a chain of successful third wave coffee shops.
For the Coffee Connoisseur, the THIRD WAVE COFFEE SHOP is amazing news. THIRD WAVE COFFEE SHOPS is a growing trend that is trying its best to penetrate in Manila. Check out Candid Cuisine’s guide on where to get your cortado and latte art in Manila.
For us who just want butterbeer on a regular day basis (though we don’t really what it tastes like), there’s always Starbucks, the brand that’s just around the corner. And they have their own version of butterbeer.
Well, it’s a line for a line for a line. Rain or shine, there is a queue every single day. And there are security personnel ensuring you don’t cut lines or you don’t hover outside the bakery. They’ll kick you out and ask you to fall in line outside. Loitering is not allowed.