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.
This year, NutriAsia carries on with its vision of a more environmentally sustainable world through a project called “Bring Your Own Bottle” (BYOB), which encourages users to bring their own reusable bottles and refill their favorite condiments, and products like Datu Puti Vinegar, Datu Puti Soy Sauce, UFC Banana Catsup, and Golden Feista Cooking Oil. This simple act is expected to raise awareness on responsible plastic use and help build a zero-waste community as a stepping stone to sustainability.
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.
For one night only, Chef Elia Herrera, popularly known for joining Canada’s Top Chef competition, has taken over the kitchen of Hacienda Comida Y Cocteles, and dishes up traditional Mexican fares perfectly suited for the hot Manila weather, and the Lenten season.
Filipinos are in for a sweet treat when Shake Shack makes its debut in Manila at BGC on May 10th, 2019. The country’s first-ever Shack will serve up one-of-a kind menu items for the Manila community, only found in the Philippines.
Shangri-La at the Fort welcomes a new addition to its dining destinations, the award-winning Sri Lankan seafood concept, Ministry of Crab, Manila.
In this insta-age, it’s considered a luxury to slow down and enjoy the simple things — like having a meal. The Food Hall, is a blessing to the public precisely because it marries the simplicity of a food hall and the unlimited choices of a world-class buffet, but don’t call it one. Brought to fruition by Foodee Global Concepts and established in 2014, The Food Hall is now getting a makeover that incorporates its original “food theater” concept and exciting additions to its roster of stations, not to mention new dishes from each one.
Two years and two Philippine locations later, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse finally finds a home in Bonifacio Global City – President and Managing Partner, Peter Zwiener’s highly sought out location. “BGC is a beautiful, vibrant and cosmopolitan area of Manila and was the initial place I spent time when I visited the Philippines for the first time 6 years ago,” he shares. Wolfgang’s Steakhouse’s new location is not only the perfect place for every celebration this holiday season, but an ideal spot for a business lunch or lunch with friends, an enjoyable dinner, or a nightcap to unwind from the long day.
Dubbed “Sabores de España,” the highly successful trade fair series has once again promoted more of the country’s rich agricultural products, under the helm of the Department of Tourism (DOT), in participation with SSI (Store Specialists, Inc.) Group, Central Square, the Embassy of Spain, and the Tourism Operations Board.
Showcasing the best of the Philippines, the SSI Group celebrates all things local—from local artisanal products to travel destinations—through Tropicale, a campaign that allows you to experience the best of what the Philippines has to offer all under one roof at Bonifacio Global City’s premiere destination, Central Square.