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Chicken rooted in tradition, with a design that is very now.
Filipinos and chicken—two entities that just work together. Over the years, Filipinos have come up with numerous lists of favorites and go-to restaurants to satisfy their chicken fix. Fried, roasted, steamed, grilled—the availability of options shows just how much we love this humble ...
 
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There were rumors of a fire at Discovery Primea that night, but only the skills of Dedet dela Fuente and chef Luis Chikiamco were burning hot.
You prepare for a Lechon Diva dinner the way you would a marathon. The journey is different, of course, and so is the goal, but both require an intense level of hunger, drive, and endurance, all of which will find you slumped in ...
 
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The best ribs in Manila are smoking.
This list has been done and debated many times over. The best ribs platter in Manila has always been a contentious topic for a country of meat lovers.Finding the best ribs in Manila depends on who's looking. Some opt for spicy, some like ...
 
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Shake Shack Manila burgers are the third cheapest in the world.
After 10 months of waiting, Shake Shack Philippines finally opened at Central Square BGC yesterday, May 10, to a hungry crowd.The line started as early as 10:30 p.m. the previous night and snaked all the way around the mall (which opened at ...
 
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It's Savage's first anniversary.
At this point, we know that only good things come out of the collaborations between top chefs, so when Savage, Manila's modern open-fire restaurant, announced its first anniversary with a charitable six-hands dinner, we knew something wonderful and delicious was imminent.Savage's one-night-only "6 Hands Across the Earth" ...
 
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Khao Khai Thai Chicken House is run by the same people behind Crying Tiger.
Picture this: You are craving Thai food. You imagine a table crowded with tom yum goong, green chicken curry, som tum, and, of course, pad thai. You make your way over to the newly opened Thai restaurant in Poblacion in the hopes ...
 
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Rare pieces of religious artwork from the 16th century to the late 19th century are showcased at the new museum.
Rare pieces of religious artwork from the 16th century to the late 19th century comprise Museo de Intramuros’ exhibits, which are replaced with a different batch of pieces every three months.The Museo, which opened to the public May 2, was built on the foundations ...
 
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Italian cuisine is having a renaissance and it's happening in Manila,
Carbs are delicious. Italian carbs—even better. There's nothing compared to the culinary rewards you get in the best Italian restaurants in Manila. We don't have to explain why Italian cuisine is beloved the world over; food-crazy Metro Manila is no exception. Filipinos cannot ...
 
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From kwek-kwek to kare-kare, Filipino food is colorful, interactive, yet refined at Hapag
“It’s Filipino,” replies chef Thirdy Dolatre, when asked to describe the concept of Hapag. It doesn’t claim to be modern. It doesn’t promise classics with twists. It doesn’t even aim to redefine anything. It’s simply, humbly, proudly Filipino.Yet the restaurant is void ...
 
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You're only limited by your imagination.
In a few days’ time, Shake Shack Philippines will be opening the doors to its first Philippine location (ICYMI: May 10, 11 a.m., at Central Square BGC), treating Filipinos to world-class burgers, fries, and hotdogs.If you’re familiar with the brand, then you ...
 
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Here's what it looks like!
Shake Shack is finally letting Philippines have a taste of its famous burgers on May 10, and we made our way to the exclusive media preview to sate our curiosity, excitement, and hunger.When Danny Meyer and his team opened Shake Shack in 2004, ...
 
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Get your stomachs ready.
Shake Shack is coming.In July 2018, Shake Shack announced that, in partnership with Stores Specialist Inc., it was opening in the Philippines. In December, it was confirmed that Shake Shack would take up space on the ground floor of Central Square mall, Bonifacio ...
 
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The Perfect Pint is celebrating its fifth anniversary.
It was in 2014 when Noel, Alec, and Raymond Tempongko set up the trendy gastropub, The Perfect Pint, a staunch favorite among those on the lookout for good craft beer and food pairings after a long day’s work. The brothers sought the ...
 
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You can find them all in a little Burgos Circle restaurant.
Here's a history tidbit for you: Once upon a time, Mexicans and Filipinos cooked side by side on Spanish galleons. This shared colonial experience is a major reason words like adobo, menudo, and empanada exist and mean nearly the same thing in both cultures and Spain as well.We'll ...
 
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The young La Spezia chefs want to challenge themselves.
In 2016, two twentysomethings decided to open La Spezia, an Italian hole-in-the-wall with the ambition, determination, and energy gained through years of training in the kitchen. It's always a gamble to open a new restaurant, and even more so when you're two unknowns ...
 
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Special menus in the exclusivity of your own home a perfect evening.
Entertaining your closest friends at home is easy when the country’s top chefs are on speed dial.Mindanao-born, Manila-educated, and French-trained chef Miko Calo started her international culinary career with the best of the best. Fresh from the renowned Intensive Professional Program in French cuisine ...
 
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Heads up to those who plan to drive up there this weekend.
Planning to head up to Tagaytay during Holy Week? Don't forget that starting Monday, April 13, Tagaytay City Office of Public Safety imposed a new one-way traffic scheme.Under the new traffic scheme, vehicles heading to Nasugbu, Alfonso, Mendez, and Indang from Manila must ...
 
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These Japanese restaurants step it up in the sushi game.
Filipinos have clearly taken a liking to Japanese cuisine with the presence of over a thousand establishments in Metro Manila paying homage to its intricacies and revelations. At the heart of Japan's culinary offerings is sushi, which keeps locals craving for another ...
 
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Buff body be damned. Buffets are good.
The best thing about a buffet is the number of food choices available—at unlimited servings. Those with big appetites are definitely going to get that bang for their buck, especially if the buffet has a wide array of specialty dishes that people ...
 
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Ricksha Streetside Tandoor takes a light-hearted approach to Indian food.
There is no dearth of Indian restaurants in Metro Manila. The thriving local Indian community has unabashedly and generously shared its culinary heritage with those of us who can't get enough of samosas and curry. I've done the legwork, asked around, endured the ...