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NOW SERVING | Halo-halo, adobo, bistek in Peninsula Hotel lobbies worldwide for Typhoon Yolanda survivors
Filipino dishes served to the world are helping raise funds for the rehabilitation of Typhoon Yolanda-ravaged areas in the Visayas.
Drink merry cocktails at Rockwell’s newest stylish addition. Plan a trip to Singapore next year to meet and greet the world’s master chefs.
Eat your way through Manila and Cebu’s best restaurants with the latest edition of this widely popular must-have dining guide.
You can enjoy your gourmet burger prepared by a volunteer chef and help give hope to homeless Typhoon Yolanda survivors as well.
Don’t leave the city without bringing home cones of this sweet and sticky purple delight.
Restaurateurs, food and beverage vendors, and foodies alike organize various eat-for-a-cause events that doesn’t only fill your tummy with something delicious, but also help raise money for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda.
La Consolacion College Manila’s culinary arts students whip up a deliciously detailed degustation meal
Despite the pressure to please their guests and teachers, Group A Batch 34 came up with a seriously sophisticated 10-course menu.
Treat yourself to a 5-course dinner prepared by the team of celebrated chef and Ducasse Education founder Alain Ducasse, who is the guest of honor to this much-awaited food event.
From Ogie Alcasid’s ramen place, a steak house, and a popular chain of doughnuts, here’s where to go next time you happen to be in the Katipunan area.
CHOW BUZZ I Fresh Burrata at Gino’s, Fried Chicken plus Corn bread at Kettle’s, and the Straits Wine Fiesta 2013
From Italian artisanal cheeses, comfort food, to the best wines in town, here’s a list of the latest Chow Buzz finds for your next dining adventure.
Top chefs present delicious dishes made from chemical-free, organic, and fresh produce.
MarQuee Mall in Pampanga celebrates the province’s rich culinary heritage and the Filipino’s great love for good eats in one big food bazaar.
Welcome the newest Negrense dining establishment at The Fort as multi-awarded New York-based Purple Yam finally comes to town.
Spread some mushroom love as mushrooms paint the town pink again this October for a fund-raising campaign for the benefit of the ICANServe Foundation.
The late iconic restaurateur and cookbook author leaves behind a legacy of good food and fine appreciation for Filipino cuisine evident in her son and his successful dining establishment.