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Chef Margarita Fores is the genius behind this new food hall.
There's a new food hall in town! Islas Pinas, located in Pasay City, is the brainchild of Chef Margarita Fores. According to their FB page, Islas Pinas is  the "country's first and only Filipino food and heritage village."
With shipping fee, it costs P629.
I've always been the type of person who isn't easily swayed by trends. I'm naturally skeptical of things that go viral on Instagram because to me, the buzz around anything of quality should last longer than
No passports needed!
Food is undeniably a rudimentary common ground for people across different cultures. Luckily, some of the best restaurants in the world have found their way to the Philippines, making it easier for us to try. And when I say best, I mean
Is it worth it?
Taiwan is known for its delicious eats, but one of the country's most iconic dishes is beef noodle soup. You'd be hard-pressed to find a local restaurant that doesn't serve it. But Niu Ba Ba is on another
This food park is unlike the rest.
What's more thrilling than Fast and the Furious? Fast and the Furious with food, that's what. Pitstop, located on Congressional Avenue Extension, is an outdoor food park with a motoring concept. Race over there with your ride or die crew. ;)
Who else is in the mood for ramen now?
Located in Baclaran-on the 4th floor of Victory Food market, to be exact-Yokocho is a Japanese-themed food court you'll never want to leave. Most of the dishes are affordable, never exceeding P350. Plus, they have beer, so grab