Filipino food is now slowly getting recognised in the international market as marked by increased interest from food connoisseurs. Beyond the usual “Adobo”, popular Filipino favorites Kare-Kare and Sisig are now gaining the same spotlight. Interestingly, these are all found at Master Garden Restaurant in Malabon.
I’ve been to the relatively new Mega Fashion Hall food scene of SM Megamall quite a number of times already. And Alqueria is one of those restaurants that will capture your fancy from its name alone, which means ‘farmhouse‘.
NomNom Club just had a food trip over the last weekend in Pasig City. For most, the mention of Pasig is usually equated with Barangay Kapitolyo as a foodies’ haven. But SM Center Pasig, along the corner of Julia Vargas and E.Rodriguez Jr., is adding to the foodie options of residents and customers in the area.
It was a foodie’s haven as SM Megamall once again hosts its second Mega Food Tour aptly called Mega Food Tour 2.
16 restaurants, 4 hours, 1 stomach. That in a summary, is how you would describe in numbers the SM Megamall “Mega Food Tour” held the other night at the new wing called Mega Fashion Hall. It almost broke my 18-restaurant- food-tour record back in 2009. 🙂
The odd name of One Way Street Restaurant derives from its neatly tuck location at the corner streets of Salcedo and Benavidez in Legaspi Village in Makati; they are both one-way streets.
Todd English Food Hall, a 900-square-meter specialty culinary hall that offers a mix of fresh and prepared international gourmet food, opens in Manila today.
Watami, a Japanese Casual Restaurant, recently opened their 3rd branch in the Philippines at Shangri-La Plaza Mall in Ortigas. They serve a wide variety of authentic Japanese dishes infused with special sauces and spices that ranges from appetizers, sushi, skewers, hot pots, various meat and seafood dishes. Watami also have a good costumer service, staff […]