Does Maharlika in NYC meet Filipino cuisine standards?
Regardless of race, color, origin, nationality, ethnicity, or religion, the movement of food shows how progressive we are today.
I’ve been in NYC for a while and nothing feels better than this home in a bowl.
Filipino cuisine has long been global. The proof? Señor Sisig’s huge commercial success.
Screw those designer ice creams with 101 flavors, those pretentious Bingsu and what-have-yous. It’s time to go back to basics. The Halo Halo reigns supreme this summer!
For the wanderluster, this is another way for you to see the Philippines differently, in the eyes (or rather tummies) of these travel gurus. For the foodie, there is no better way to know the Philippines than its rich cuisine. For the curious tourist, discover the Philippines and learn about the richness of its heritage. For every Filipino reader out there, this one’s for you.
Are you excited for The Halal Guys to open here in Manila? Glad to bring you once again, the list of stalls or “restaurants” at SM Mega Food Hall to get your wheels rolling with your food trip gang this coming weekend.
Had I finally found the Home of the Best BBQ in Quezon City? Find out if 18 inches of Pork BBQ does the trick at Lola Ote.
Think you know the foodie strip of Aguirre, BF Homes? This list will test your knowledge of BF Homes’ best kept restaurant secrets!
Think Tapsi. Bulalo. Chelo Kababs. Plus a glass of Mojito. Here’s the Ultimate Guide to Late Night Eating Spots and 24 Hour Restaurants in Manila for the stomach that never sleeps!
The area of Little Baguio is filled with understated, hole in the wall restaurants. Think you can conquer Little Baguio, P. Guevarra and Wilson Street? This list may just surprise you.
We’ve been through Quezon City and Makati City; Now it’s time to head Kapitolyo, Pasig City for the ultimate gastronomic treat!
My take on Organic Ingredients, Farm to Table and Sustaining Farming in this review of Green Pastures by famed Chef Robby Goco.
Linguini Fini arrives from Hong Kong to Manila and Chef Vinny is the new “Fergus Henderson” giving you his “nose-to-tail” philosophy in fresh, locally sourced and organic dishes.
Following the likes of Sancho Churreria and Crazy Katsu at Maginhawa Street, Teacher’s Village is BRAZO, a newly opened comfort food spot previously occupied by Henry’s Grille.
Many have claimed that LIVESTOCK Restaurant & Bar is Quezon City’s best kept secret, the ultimate restaurant specializing in pork. I finally got the chance to try Livestock being near the area, so I decided I have to see what everyone has been talking about.
I was extremely pleased at its kid-friendly environment. Kids can play with giant easels and alphabet mats for free while you dine inside the restaurant.
Still with the power of media and Kris Aquino’s ability to hype places with her morning show #KrisTV, The Breakfast Club now seems “passable” to many. The Breakfast Club finally gets it, offering a daily breakfast buffet that seems fittingly to its name. This time, I am curious. Having “breakfast” (and not Bibimbap) at The Breakfast Club at a beautiful sunny Sunday morning sounds like a great idea.
Mom and Tina’s has been around for more than five years already. But it still hasn’t lose its luster. From club sandwiches to signature cupcakes to beef entrees to chocolate desserts to pasta — you name it and Mom and Tina’s has each and every comfort food you can think of.
If you’re someone who doesn’t like their armpits to go sweaty, or walk away from a restaurant smelling like char, then don’t eat here. If you’re bringing your own car, and you don’t want a missing side mirror or bumper, don’t eat here or just ride a cab. Don’t expect quality customer service either.