Monday, April 27, 2015

Reserve Gastro Tavern in Burgos Circle, BGC

Now Open: Reserve Gastro Tavern in Burgos Circle, BGC

The folks of popular watering hole The Reserve Liquor Lounge of Ortigas have opened the doors of its new establishment in April, offering comfort food grub to appease the hungriest bar-crawlers in the Fort.

Friday, April 24, 2015

Shawarma Places in Manila

That's a Wrap: 9 Shawarma Places in Manila for Mouthwatering Middle Eastern Snacks

Grilled meat freshly shaved from the spit, topped with vegetables, wrapped in bread and coated with an addicting sauce -- a shawarma may be a Middle Eastern street food item, but it's definitely a constant craving in Manila, especially for late night noms.

Tasty Tapas in Manila

Tasty Tapas: 10 Restaurants serving those delicious Spanish snacks in Manila

A table filled with tapas is a great way to begin and wind down an evening with friends, paired with a refreshing drink of your choice -- its nature of small servings can make you try many little bites of many little things, and keep the conversation flowing. It's social snacking or tasty bar chow, done the Spanish way.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

'Le Petit Soufflé' Now Open in Century City Mall, Makati

French-Japanese Restaurant 'Le Petit Soufflé' Now Open in Century City Mall, Makati

European meets Asian in this new French-Japanese bistro, and starting April 20, Le Petit Soufflé is rolling out with its new and expanded menu. If you love soufflés, parfaits, comfort food, and anything matcha -- check out this restaurant in Century City Mall.

Le Petit Soufflé serves comfort food that highlights French and Japanese flavors in a welcoming garden-inspired setting. The new establishment is brought to life by the same team behind Hole in the Wall, and showcases creations by Miko Aspiras and Kristine Lotilla (of Scout’s Honor Craft Cookie Shop, located at Hole in the Wall).

Thursday, April 16, 2015

12 Restaurants for Your Spanish Rice Cravings

Paella in Manila: 12 Restaurants for Your Spanish Rice Cravings

Filipinos revere rice and love Spanish cuisine, so it's easy for us to adore the Paella. Spain's festive and colorful dish is bursting with flavors in every rice morsel and topping; it is best served hot on a paellera pan and also a perfect feast to share, making it a staple in many festive events and gatherings.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

10 Places in Manila to Get Your Churro Fix

Choose (and Chew) Your Churros: 10 Places in Manila to Get Your Churro Fix


Churros, with their golden deep fried bodies of crisp and chewy, is often called the Spanish doughnut. Often consumed for breakfast and merienda, a churro can come knotted, curled, curved, or in thicker straight sticks, and have that characteristic ridged body from being piped. Churros are typically dusted with some sugar, also cinnamon, and can be stuffed with fillings in assorted flavors. These bready pastry are common street snacks in Spain, populating streetsides (churros vendors and stalls called 'churreria'), and are best consumed freshly fried and dipped in hot chocolate like a fondue, and paired well with a cup of coffee.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

FitBurger Now Open in Eastwood

FitBurger Now Open: Head to Eastwood for burgers that build muscle and fit your macros

Fitness enthusiasts, here's a new spot serving high energy, healthy burgers (for your #gains) that fully understands your everlasting need to know your macros.

FitBurger opened its doors for a dry-run in March 2015 in Eastwood, and had its grand opening just this month, April 11. Here, burgers are 'fit' and not in that deprived, flavorless way--burgers are made fresh and healthy, to compliment your fitness lifestyle. Their lineup of burgers help you burn fat and build muscle by being packed with healthy protein, complex carbs, and good fats.

Tempura Tendon Tenya Opens in the Philippines

Tempura Tendon Tenya: Japan's affordable tendon chain opens first store in the Philippines

Tempura Tendon Tenya, Japan's affordable tendon chain, recently opened its first store in the Philippines,  located in SM Megamall.

Tenya hails from Asakusa, Tokyo, and is one of the biggest tendon chains in Japan popular for its reasonably priced tempura bowls. Authentic tempura, according to Tenya's website (, is achieved by the restaurant by proper batter and frying process: batter is light and crunchy, while keeping the fried ingredients juicy on the inside.

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