Filipinos were spoiled for choice when it came to dining in 2014. Popular foreign restaurant chains opened one after the other, brought in by local restaurant business groups. New local restaurants also opened, spurred on by new malls. Diners willing to pay the price, meanwhile, booked tables at the high-end F&B outlets found at […]
Just in time for the holiday season, Nobu Manila opened Dec. 14 with very little fanfare. But the restaurant was full last Sunday evening with families and couples eager to try out the Japanese food with a Latin-American twist pioneered by chef Nobu Matsuhisa 20 years ago.
The best restaurants are the ones you have yet to try.
The new dining place called 12/10 might just be the hardest table to get of late, though much of that difficulty comes from its own quirks. Aside from being in a slightly obscure part of Makati, it’s open only in the evenings, but not on Sundays; and, most frustrating of all, it doesn’t accept reservations.
With DADS World buffet, feast in a world of flavors with your family, officemates and friends, and get one free buffet for every group of 10. Bring in the whole gang to enjoy culinary favorites from Asia, the Americas and Europe.
Cabalen will present a special menu this Christmas and donate a portion of the proceeds to the Cabalen Para sa Kabataan project.
The hottest new club in Makati, 12 Monkeys, is also one of the cool places to catch artists who play new original music.
A recent visit to the cardiologist has redirected my everyday diet into the contentment of ritual virtue: grilled fish, fresh vegetables and only water to drink.
Enjoy the goodness of a succulent whole roast turkey right in your own home from Bizu Patisseries.
The ramen craze continues. Hidden at the back of many menus in ramen places are other finds such as gyoza, some appetizers and salads, karaage or boneless crispy fried chicken, and chahan or smoke-scented fried rice.