Walking on Sunshine is climbing my list of… DO NOT EAT HERE restaurants. Their Kroffles scarred me for life. Worst thing I ate.
Singapore has gone crazy over sandos. I am here at Hello Arigato in Upper Thomson to try out their much talked about Gyu Sando. Is it worth the hype?
200g of Smoked Chili Maple Glazed Bacon Steak. You can’t go wrong with that.
So long Prive, I am never coming back.
If you happen to have time and in the mood for a piece of steak without all the bells and whistles, I’d recommend Ma Maison Restaurant.
I’ve been in NYC for a while and nothing feels better than this home in a bowl.
Oh Smorgasburg. My favorite place on summer weekends.
Filipino cuisine has long been global. The proof? Señor Sisig’s huge commercial success.
There won’t be enough reasons to convince you to eat at Ho Lee Fook.
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.
Think you know the foodie strip of Aguirre, BF Homes? This list will test your knowledge of BF Homes’ best kept restaurant secrets!
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.
Is Chef du Partie worth the hype? What should you order at Chef du Partie? Find out in this review of CDP: The Global Table Restaurant.
I only have one word for the place and it’s just sophisticated. I have 10/10 stars for the place’s brick and mortar. At night, the interiors are dreamy, black and marble.
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.
I’ll help you cut to the chase and save your time in this special Candid Cuisine’s guide on where to eat in Macau
Cafe Chong Sam is one of those simple, Chinese restaurants that you’d most definitely eat at if you’re looking for a cheap place to grab a bite. They have a wide selection of braised noodles and noodle soup that are just alright – not too bland or too delicious.
If you’ve been to Macau, you know your trip won’t be complete without Tai Lei Loi Kei’s pork chop buns. Dubbed as the most famous pork chop bun in Macau, Tai Lei Loi Kei’s pork chop steak fills your tummy wth its succulent and juicy meat.