The newly opened wing of the Alabang Town Center has given metro south a handful of new dining and drinking places for me to try. One of them is this tea place called Gong Cha – which never fails to move me into a PCD song whenever I see it.
The first time I went to Republiq in Resorts World Manila more than a year ago, the area barely had any establishments. But visit the place now and you’ll see it’s teeming with great food finds. One of the restaurants who first saw the potential of the place is Euro-Japanese restaurant, Mr. Kurosawa. And last… Read More »
If you’re hungry for a Sunday brunch buffet and could spare P2,000 for it, then I suggest you go to Marriott Cafe of the Marriott Hotel Manila. From 11:30 am up until 3:00 pm, you’ll be able to enjoy one of the best buffets in Metro Manila you’ll ever have… believe me ‘coz I was… Read More »
Located on the fifth floor of The Podium Mall in Ortigas, is this Filipino cuisine restaurant named Cafe de Bonifacio. I was privileged early this week to sample some of their dishes and likewise taste their unique and tasty specialty drinks, which I’d now like to share with you.
Every time I tell someone that I blog about beverages, a good number of them would ask me if I’ve already written about Serenitea. I don’t know why I haven’t blogged about this very popular milk tea place in Metro Manila, but it doesn’t matter anymore… because I’m writing about Serenitea today.
With the 2011 release of Philippine Tatler’s best-selling Philippine’s Best Restaurants book, they’re again pairing gastronomy with giving as they also launch the Best Restaurants Charity Week. The Charity Week starts tomorrow, September 22 and will go until September 30. Philippine Tatler has partnered with numerous restaurants in the metro to give a portion of… Read More »
Located at the 2nd Level, Bridgeway in SM Megamall is this Singaporean restaurant called Orchard Road. I was fortunate to be invited to dinner here with other bloggers last week to sample some of their dishes.
Coca-Cola Philippines and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has recently put up what they call the first ever living billboard in the country last week. It’s a 60-ft by 60-ft billboard with thousands of Fukien tea plants – each of which can absorb up to 13 pounds of carbon dioxide each year. Imagine… Read More »