Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Project Pie - Everyday Artisan Pizza Cuctom Built By You


Design, Build, Eat: Project Pie Opens First Branch in The Philippines

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Project Pie, a custom built artisanal pizza concept from the United States, officially opens its first Asian and Philippine branch this week. Make your way to 515 Shaw in Mandaluyong to get dibs on their thin crust pizza pies made fresh daily, and have them built your way!

Monday, July 29, 2013

Juju Eats A New Spin On Salad




Fast food chains in Makati are everywhere. And so with the opening of Juju Eats, the city welcomes the first full-service salad bar and restaurant with open arms and a sigh of relief. Located along Chino Roces Avenue Extension (formerly Pasong Tamo Extension), the newly opened establishment is fast attracting health buffs, vegetarians, and those who want to take a break from their usual meals oftentimes replete with sodium and grease. Makati is a mecca of dining venues, but a full-service salad bar has been a long time coming, indeed.

Friday, July 26, 2013

WOFEX 2013 - World Food Expo @ the World Trade Center




World Food Expo (WOFEX) is back! The ultimate food show experience, WOFEX 2013, the country’s most effective Food & Beverage trade show, will be held from July 31-August 3 at the SMX Convention Center and the World Trade Center. 

WOFEX 2013, celebrating its 13th year international expo on worldwide food & beverages, technologies & machineries, is the best way for industry buyers to meet up with industry sellers, with about 400 exhibitors in attendance.  It will cover both trade and retail exhibits in two huge venues.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Burger Bar - An Authentic Burger Experience Soda Shop Style


Burger Bar is Cheat Day Haven

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Manila will probably never tire of burger joints. After all, a great burger is permanent in the holy grail of comfort food. It’s like a vacation: the first thing Iron Man requests after being released from his captors, and one of comic character Jughead Jones’ most favorite things in the world.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Where To Have Breakfast In Manila

Breakfast Places in Manila: Where to Brunch and Munch Your Morning Favorites

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If you're the kind who craves pancakes, -silogs, and champorados past 10 am, keep this list of restaurants that serve your favorite breakfast fare, all day everyday.

Mr. Jones
Ground Level, Greenbelt 5, Greenbelt
Paseo de Roxas cor. Legaspi St., Ayala Center, Makati
(+63 2) 501-3682, (+63 2) 501-3111
 

Friday, July 19, 2013

Magnum Opus Fine Coffee Gallery in BF Homes Parañaque




Magnum Opus Fine Coffees: The Art and Science of Coffee

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I’m one of those people who have to have their coffee in the morning or else I won’t be able to function the whole day. And like many urbanites, coffee shops are my usual habitat – I hang out there to do my work (ambient noise for the creative mind), discuss ideas or just do nothing with good friends while sipping a hot caffeinated beverage. But when I came across Magnum Opus Fine Coffees, I found myself asking “What do I really know about coffee besides it’s supposed to wake me up?”.

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Tapeo - A Casual Tapas Bar at The Fort Strip



Tapeo: The Perfect Solution to Food ADHD

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Until I discovered the magic of tapas, I never realised that my food ADHD and my Spanish upbringing would make the perfect dining combination. My lack of ability to order a single dish and consume it wholly often puts me in ordering jeopardy when I’m dining out. I find it difficult to resist the temptation to sample everything that jumps out at me from restaurant menus because my internal adventurer has a bigger pull on my mental stability than my logical self. But tapas—and Tapeo, by extension—is all about variety.

Monday, July 15, 2013

Misto Lobby Dining @ Seda Hotel BGC


Have a Leisurely Lunch at Misto, Seda BGC

Misto, in Italian, means mixed. It is often used in conjuction with fritto, as in fritto misto, to denote a medley of deep-fried vegetables, meat, and seafood. Caffeine-junkies would also recognize the term misto as a cup of Americano served with steamed milk.

But you won't find a plate of fritto misto nor a cup of misto (they have latté though) at Misto, a fairly-new restaurant at the lobby of Seda Hotel BGC. Instead, you'd get a menu that highlights local dishes, mixed with some Western favorites; all are plated it in a way that's at par with international standards.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

A New Restaurant in QC - Myons French Mediterranean Cuisine

Dine with Class at Myons French Mediterranean Cuisine


While new and exciting casual dining restaurants are popping up almost everywhere in the metro, we're seeing fine dining outlets slowing down and taking the backseat. It's not hard to imagine why since nowadays, save for special occasions, we dining folks find satisfaction in price-friendly restaurants that allow us to go home with happy bellies.

Myons French Mediterranean Cuisine, a new restaurant in Quezon City, braves to be different and defies the comfort food trend by bringing fine-dining back into the fold. With its elegant interiors and state-of-the-art menu offerings, Myons is hoping to put full-service restaurants back into the game.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Sunshine Kitchen A Western Oriented Cuisine

Sunshine Kitchen: New York City Represent

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Sunshine Kitchen, with its brick walls and subdued lighting, takes its inspiration from New York City bistros. They serve hearty meals coupled with cocktails, hard liquor, and various types of local and imported beers. “Being Western -oriented, cuisine-wise, Sunshine Kitchen caters to a lot of cuisine branches under that umbrella,” Tanya adds. “I am personally partial to Spanish food, so many of our dishes are Spanish-inspired. We use the freshest ingredients and hardly any processed or canned food. We also try to source produce locally, if possible.”

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

GrandMomma’s Kitchen - A New Home-Style American Restaurant



Sweet, Sweet Nostalgia: GrandMomma's Kitchen

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As a young girl, I’d always equate Sundays to lunches at my lola’s house. Going to grandma’s for the weekend meant indulging in home-cooked comfort food, spending time with the family, and claiming dibs on the swings at the park a few streets away. Most of us would not find it difficult to think up such simple pleasantries when we recall our childhood. GrandMomma’s Kitchen, a new home-style American restaurant owned by partners Kristian Gadia and Angel Pelayo, now stands at Il Terrazzo as a testament to the good old days.

Monday, July 8, 2013

Where to Eat American Cuisine?



Eat Americana: Restaurants in Metro Manila Where You Can Have an All-American Feast

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From barbecues to grills, Thanksgiving feasts to Superbowl house parties, junk food  to comfort food, there's always a reason and season to crave American cuisine. The slew of American dishes is as (or perhaps more) diverse as our local cuisine--with regional nuances and influences by immigrants and colonizers--that there's always something all-American we can chew on to cater to our specific cravings.

Hungry for American comfort food? Then celebrate like it's the Fourth of July every day with this restaurant rundown!

Friday, July 5, 2013

Where to Get the Best Bowls of Ramen in Metro Manila


When it Rains, You Slurp: Where to Get the Best Bowls of Ramen in Metro Manila

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The Ramen War in Manila is in its full rage. In this on-going battle for the best bowl, whose side are you on? Let us know in the comments section where you head when hankering for a bowl of creamy ramen.

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Weekday Lunch at Cafe 1771


Cafe 1771: Now Serving Daily Lunch Specials

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It's always a delightful experience stepping inside Café 1771. I'm a sucker for pretty colors and arresting color combinations, so just drinking in the interiors and decor of both The Whimsy and The Lounge sections is good enough of a time. Place my personal cheesy favorites on the table, Raclette (P350) and Melt-in-your-mouth Grilled Cheese SW (P280), as well as their signature dessert darling, the Coffee Pie (P220), and you're bound to treat all your senses, from palette to palate.


Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Eat and Be Merry at Slappy Cakes Eastwood Mall


Have Some Happy Slappy Cakes

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There are many pancake places in the metro that offer good quality breakfast foods and can give you that oomph in the morning. But no other pancake place can do it with the flair like Slappy Cakes.

Originally from Portland, Oregon, this new and hip breakfast place has come to our shores just recently and is now serving up pancakes, classic breakfast entrées, and Filipino breakfast favorites. Slappy Cakes opened in 2009 and has quickly become Portland’s go to breakfast spot by offering a one-of-a-kind DIY (do it yourself) dining experience to its customers. This restaurant also emphasizes local and seasonal organic produce for their food.
 

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Metro Manila's Unique Ice Cream Flavors



 Blue cheese ice cream topped with Palawan honey and walnuts

Lick Me!: Cool and Creative Ice Cream Flavors Around Metro Manila

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Ice Cream is that frozen treat that often brings out the kid in us. From supermarket staples to gourmet and made-to-order, it's both easy and accessible to satiate one's ice cream cravings nowadays. For the sweet toothed folk who are seeking for more than the typical vanilla and chocolate flavors, the metro is now bursting with tastier and unique options--ice cream artisans are now stepping up in churning creative and one of a kind flavors to give your tastebuds something new to experience.

Find out where you can lick on some of the metro's unique ice cream flavors in this list!

Monday, July 1, 2013

Mr. Bean Philippines - A Taste of Fresh Soya Milk, Taho and Pancakes




Mr. Bean Fresh Soya Milk, Taho, and Pancakes

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Most lactose-intolerants-- individuals who lack the enzyme lactase and aren't able to digest the sugar lactose-- are able to remain symptom-free by shunning ice cream, milk chocolate, and cheese. But when you're a food-loving lactose-intolerant who grew up immersed in the restaurant industry like Anne King (second generation of the family that runs Jollibee Foods), you don't just “shun” milk. You go out of your way, in her case Singapore, to seek the best alternative. And once you've found it, in this case, Mr. Bean, you endure years of negotiations just to be able to share it with the rest of the country.

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