The smell of a housewarming is afoot as guests are welcomed to step into the rustic, robust, and contemporary Bake House, Shangri-La at the Fort’s newest dining destination.
Marco Polo Ortigas Manila’s Cucina showcases choice Ilonggo flavours from 1 to 18 August, as part of its ongoing commitment to feature local flavours on a global level.
Iconic UK-based pizza chain PizzaExpress continues to grow in the Philippines. They opened their flagship store at SM Megamall last June 27. The latest branch is located at the 3rd floor of Mega Fashion Hall, and is the biggest in the country to date.
Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila, in partnership with NordCham Philippines and Philippines Norway Business Council, presents the biggest Crayfish Party in Asia on September 14, 2019 at the Harbor Garden Tent.
Boa believes they are ready to have a go-to spot in Quezon City neighborhood instead of having to drive down all the way to BGC or Rockwell. BOA Kitchen and Socials offers the same ambiance, food quality, and hospitality that the most popular restaurants in those areas provide. The only difference is, it is closer to home and you don’t have to get through stressful EDSA.
Sentro 1771 has been on the forefront in creating a modern Filipino dining experience. Using carefully selected ingredients for a well-curated menu, the restaurant highlights its deep understanding of various local dishes. Although also known for successfully reinventing traditional favorites, the restaurant has consistently preserved the taste and flavor that diners have patronized for years.
Tokyo Tokyo, introduces a new ramen, just in time for the rainy season. Ramen is definitely the definitive comfort food on cold drizzly days. Their new Beef and Tomato Ramen promises to offer such comfort on the upcoming gloomy weather.
From being the star of the table in every Filipino celebration, the true Pinoy staple lechon has become a go-to dish, perfect for everyday meal. Household names like Lydia’s Lechon serves the succulent dish in different recipes.
The Peninsula Manila’s iconic signature restaurant Old Manila had set a five-course Freixenet Cava pairing with Chef Allan Briones’ tasty, well-made dishes last June 19, 2019.
This is in part of a monthly series the hotel has been doing since April of this year, that started with a Champagne and Caviar degustation dinner. The next one will be on Bastille Day (July 13), which will feature select French Wines, including Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte Brut Reserve.