Kiwami Food Hall spells great concept with four Japanese masters. Amidst its hour long queues, it’s all smoke and mirrors with forgettable dishes.
After its failed predecessor, Dean and DeLuca makes a well-deserved comeback with its brunch fare, viennoiserie and the Hokkaido Purple Yam Cheesecake.
After a streak of terrible dining experiences recently, I wasn’t too sanguine about Coffee Academics opening in Manila.
Randy’s Donuts opening in Manila is a wonderful silver lining… since Manila restaurants seemed to stop cooking anything remotely passable in the post-pandemic world.
By far the biggest disappointment ever. Omotesando Koffee might be better off not opening in PH at all.
Have you ever had Shake Shack’s shoestring fries before it’s crinkle cut fries?
Does this three-time Michelin star restaurant promise the same hype in its Manila location?
Paradise Dynasty opens its first branch in Manila. Take a look at its signature Xiao Long Bao’s and hand-pulled noodles.
Who’s ready for another food trip in Banawe? To miss this list is to make a big MISSED STEAK.
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!
Manila is ablaze with dessert shops this time of the year, and the time couldn’t have been more opportune than this season of El Niño. 8 Missouri’s Carousel Creamery is one of those dessert shops that will try to beat the Manila heat with – wait for it – 101 flavors of ice cream.
Coming from the saturated city of Hong Kong when it comes to shaved ice desserts, The Dessert Kitchen opens the first of its kind here in the Philippines with its award-winning Purple in Love dessert.
Step aside Din Tai Fung, Halal Guys, and all the other gourmet restaurants that made you fat in 2015. It’s the return of the hotel buffets!
With now over 14 stores globally including the United States, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, and Australia, does Manila keep up with over five decades of Din Tai Fung standards set by founder Bingyi Yang?
When news about the Halal Guys opening in Manila broke out, everyone was excited and couldn’t wait for New York’s most popular street food concept to arrive in Manila. But after trying out the Halal Guys, the experience completely killed my buzz.
Don’t you think this town is so saturated with Tonkatsu restaurants, they all pretty much offer the same experience? At Maisen, you can dare to be different. Say hello to Katsumabushi.
Are The 20 Layers of Paper Thin Crepes Worth Your Buck?
Chef Wade Watson breaks into the metro’s dining scene with his first specialty Australian cuisine restaurant, Bondi and Bourke. Find out if Bondi & Bourke’s Australian burger is worth the hype in town.
The “ber” months are coming soon. Have you scratched all restaurants in your bucket list? If you think your bucket list is long, this restaurant list is the longest you will ever read on the Internet. This list contains your bible of 50 restaurants to try in Metro Manila before 2015 ends.
Mecha Uma might have thrown in the art of a beautiful mess on a plate and Sensei Sushi plays with the strengths of Japanese cuisine with its hole-in-a-wall personality, but how will the commercialized Ooma fare versus the others?