Thursday, January 24, 2013

MU Noodle Bar - Asian Fusion Dishes


Taste the Asian Rainbow with MU Noodle Bar

by Cityzen | M.C. Jose

I’ve always believed that well-traveled people with good taste have the potential to become good restaurant owners. So many owners that I’ve spoken to for the past two years have said that their passion for travel and culture has translated well into the food that they prepare for their customers. In that regard, the owners of MU Noodle Bar, Martin and Miguel Ledesma, have ventured into this business hoping to share stories of their travels to would-be patrons through their delicious Asian fusion dishes.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Legaspi Village Food and Restaurant Map


The Hungry Guide: Legaspi Village Food and Restaurant Map

by The Click List
 Legaspi Village may be the least busy among the quadrants of Makati's Central Business District, but it certainly isn't sleepy when we're talking culinary. 
Discover the many unique restaurants around Legaspi in this article below. 


Monday, January 14, 2013

Chef Tatung Restaurant in Taguig - A Filipino Cuisine Experience

Reinventing the Filipino Palate With Chef Tatung

by Cityzen | M.C. Jose
 For the longest time, I’ve always approached Filipino cuisine with caution. It was never really in my family’s culture to dine at restaurants that specialize in Filipino food because we already had it so good at home thanks to our home cook’s excellent skills. However, I felt a little more excited about this little adventure upon seeing some photos of Chef Tatung’s work because everything looked so delicious and different from what I was used to at home.

Saturday, January 5, 2013

Mangetsu : Japanese Fusion Restaurant


Mangetsu: As Japanese As It Gets

by Cityzen | Crystal Joy Rebucas

One of my college friends decided to have an intimate dinner at Mangetsu to celebrate her birthday. We've heard a lot about the place, but that evening was everyone’s first time to try the Japanese Fusion Restaurant.
Located at 38 Jupiter in Bel-Air Village
Once inside this restaurant, the clean and orderly look combined with cutesy Japanese details like the wall shelves filled with Sake bottles give you more reason to feel right at home. It was a good start, but we were really there for the food.

Friday, January 4, 2013

Tips on How to Conquer Sofitel Philippine Plaza's Longest Buffet - Spiral



Eat Your Heart Out: Your Spiral Buffet Attack Plan

by Beatriz Acosta

Here are some tips on conquering Sofitel Philippine Plaza's longest buffet.

1. Savor old favorites.
In any buffet that's stood through the test of time, you have your safe bets, the old reliables. Spiral's scrumptious Korean, Mongolian, Japanese, Italian, and Indian food offerings have been pleasing tummies for years. It is highly recommended that you start off with their fine selection of sushi and sashimi, paired with salads and appetizers. Pick some of their fresh oysters and have the chef prepare it Rockefeller style. And of course, you cannot have a full Spiral buffet experience without ending it with their famous desserts -- but more on that later.

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