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You may be stuck indoors, but you can still make her feel special.
Mother's Day used to be a huge day for restaurants. Hours are filled and tables are booked. There are flowers, chocolates, gifts, and reunions. It's had a marked effect on our lives. But this time, we're
And some of the restaurants they're for sure visiting when this is over.
Having spent almost three weeks at home, you probably have a routine going at home-and there's a good chance your meals have also been on rotation. Speaking for myself, I am not talented in the kitchen, so most of
You won't have to ask the dreaded, 'San tayo kakain?' ever again.
The question, "san tayo kakain?" is a difficult one-it's particularly dangerous when it comes from your hangry S.O. So it's best to have a cheat sheet of restaurants in Manila that have reliably tasty food and the romantic
The areas you thought were the cleanest might actually be the worst.
It's not surprising that restaurants-like any public place-aren't very clean. There are the standard things that might gross you out: restrooms, exposed mints sitting in a bowl, or a container filled with unwrapped straws. But what are the
Her title is literally 'Official Eating Officer.'
There are two things I spend my money on: rent and food. So, the idea of getting paid to eat at fancy AF restaurants instead of paying to eat at fancy AF restaurants sounds like a damn dream. For 25-year-old
Go on a #foodtrip!
Starting a healthy lifestyle is not always the easiest, especially if you're used to eating takeout, junk food, and everything unhealthy in between. However, with so many amazing restaurants that take the conscientious eater in consideration, there's certainly enough motivation
Time for that much-needed catch up sesh.
1. K and L CafeWhite Plains, QC across Pan de AmerikanaOpen daily, 7am - 9:30pm When we were kids our Mom usually serve these Baguio and Vigan Longanisa during breakfast before heading to school! Come taste and experience our Baguio memories here
Masarap ba o hindi? Hindi.
These days, it's getting harder and harder to believe food reviews. Blame it on people who can do amazing #flatlays and make overpriced but mediocre-tasting dishes look super good. Hassle.That's why we were so glad we found this
Dates, getaways, and then some.
1. Antonio'sWhere: Purok 138, Barangay Neogan, Luksuhin-Mangas Road, Alfonso, Tagaytay Operating Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.Contact (Reservations are necessary): +63917 899 2866 or +63918 899 2866Antonio's promises one of the most
Looking for new date places?
1. Rustic Mornings Rustic Mornings makes you feel as if you're not actually in Manila-and that you're enjoying breakfast food somewhere outside the busy city.Location: #11 Isabelo Mendoza St. San Roque, Marikina City.2. CO/OPYou don't
It's a good thing came up with this list! #blessed
MAKATI CITY8 Cuts Burger BlendsAddress: H.V. Dela Costa Street corner LP Leviste Street, Salcedo Village, Makati CityContact: 507-0581 or 0917-539-2505Operating Hours: Thursday (10 a.m. to 7 p.m.)DraftAddress: G/F Unit GB-06 Greenbelt, Ayala Center,
Rainbow-colored noodles? Yes please!
If you're looking for a new pasta experience, head on over to Balboa and customize your own dish! With their Build-Your-Own Artisan Pasta promo, you can create your own delicious and Instagram-worthy masterpiece. Here's how it works:
Google Philippines knows what you craved for in 2014!
1. Project PieProject Pie is an "artisan-inspired, create-your-own-pizza" restaurant that opened last year. The Manila branch is the first international franchise of the US-owned company.2. Tim Ho WanPopular for their TDF pork buns, Tim Ho Wan
The best way to spend Christmas is with friends, food, and booze.
1. SKULL & BONESRelive your college days at this university-themed bar! We suggest heading there for Flashback Fridays for some old school '90s music. That, and a 6-pack beer is really cheap. Like, P300 cheap.Recommendation: Pulled-Pork Nachos (P380) for
Pigs, bulls, sheep--animals are taking over restaurants!
The second quarter of the year has barely started, yet a new trend has already surfaced in the local food scene. From the dangerous bull to the friendly panda, animals have been lending their names to Manila's restaurants. It's quirky,
Tired of going to the same pub every weekend? Mix it up and plan a pub crawl instead!
Ah yes, December is just around the corner. There are many reasons to celebrate the next couple of weeks: the homecoming of balikbayan friends and relatives, 13th month pay, the end of 2013 and the beginning of 2014, and of course, Christmas.
We leafed through Summit Books' bestselling restaurant guidebook, <i>Eat Out Now! 115 Manila Restaurants We Love</i> for daytime date picks.
You adore your boyfriend to bits, but your date nights have become about as exciting as a trip to the dentist. Here's a totally simple suggestion that just might do the trick of shaking up your ho-hum relationship routine: why
The handsome food connoisseur and <i>Esquire</i> editor dishes why he loves making meals for his main squeeze. (Swoon.)
We ladies find it adorable when a guy cooks for us. But we find it even more irresistible when the man prepping the meal is also a feast to look got to chat with food blogger and Esquire Philippines
Want to try something new this weekend? Suggest this hip resto-bar as the venue for your next <i>barkada gimik</i>!
Tucked away at the second floor of a building in Fort Bonifacio is a hot new hangout that the it-crowd has been buzzing about. Against a backdrop of furniture and decor that channel Old World charm, Relik Tapas Bar and Lounge
Discover the delicious dishes your parents grew up with at Casa Marcos, an old favorite resto that reopened last year near Burgos Circle, The Fort.
Tired of going to the same old places with your family or your guy on weekends? Why don't you check out a restaurant that will surely be familiar to your parents and is cozy enough for a romantic dinner for two?