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ASEAN dishes are the star in a cookbook by the ASEAN Ladies Foundation and an ongoing food festival at the Makati Shangri-La Hotel.
New delights like Lengua with Mushroom Salpicao and favorites like Sinigang Na Corned Beef complete this modern Filipino restaurant’s tempting culinary offerings.
Create this heartwarming true-blue Ilocano dish using chicken, ground peanuts, and the rare ‘pasotes’ leaves that can only be found in Vigan.
Two new restaurant openings are once again about to change the metro’s dining landscape with their standout cuisines and stylish interiors.
Before its closure last July 25, the well-loved glorious dishes of the iconic restaurant were brought back for one night by its former chefs.
The popular vegetable dish gets a rich and smoky twist in this recipe shared by the granddaughter of the famous Filipino statesman.
The result of this unlikely team up is a restaurant offering Filpino comfort food with a European twist. And soon, a very playful take on Pinoy street food.
Take your pick of either savoring the best of Filipino-inspired cuisine or special Hauyang dishes presented in two venues by this month’s visiting foreign chefs.
See the unique, if not adventurous, finds at the recent BGC Eats preview. And better have a strong stomach for some of the treats.
Drop by this popular cafe in the City of Pines for cakes, coffee, and beautiful Cordillera weaves.
Filling and super tasty, learn how to prepare this popular Filipino fish dish.
President Aquino’s favorite pork barbecue will not be served on Monday.
The old Nielson Tower is new again as it gets resurrected as a hip dining and bar establishment.
Enjoy this sweet and tangy sparkling drink made from local grapes.
Best to make a reservation, the menu is prix fixe, and other things you need to know about this famous restaurant.