Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Buddha Bar Manila

Surrender Your Senses at Buddha-Bar Manila

by Beatriz Acosta

Grandiose and commanding, Buddha-Bar Manila in Picar Place is something to talk about. Buddha-Bar Manila can accommodate over 500 guests in its three storey structure; it boasts being the biggest franchise of the Buddha-Bar brand (with others located around the world like in Paris, London and Mexico). I've never been to the other Buddha-Bar outlets in other countries, so my starting point for the Buddha-Bar experience is right at our homebase. And I can say its aesthetics -- both in food and design -- do not fail to impress.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Bistro 98 in Quezon City


Bistro 98: A Hole in the Wall in Quezon City

by Cityzen | M.C. Jose
I love stumbling upon small restaurants nestled in areas just off the main streets; it kind of makes me feel that I’ve just discovered a new hidden treasure. Fortunately, my task here is to write about the said hidden treasures so that readers will be able to enjoy my discoveries as well.

Monday, July 23, 2012

Chez Karine Experience

Have A Jenga-like Dessert Experience at Chez Karine

by Trix Deseo

Much has been said online about Pastry Chef Karen Yang's macarons (P50 each, P350 for a box of 7) in Chez Karine (pronounce: chey-karin) and I'm not a bit surprised. When a Le Cordon Bleu Paris diploma and an internship under no less than Pierre Hermé ('The Picasso of Pastry' according to French Vogue) are reflected in your curriculum vitae, people will talk about your macarons-- regardless if they're just one-eight of your entire product line.

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