A Taste of Mongolian Cuisine: Inner Mongolia Must Eats

Have a taste of Mongolian cuisine in Inner Mongolia.  While it does feature influences from Russia and China, it’s cooking style and culinary preference is mainly shaped by the traditions of ethnic Mongols that reflects their nomadic and pastoral lifestyle and diet. Continue reading A Taste of Mongolian Cuisine: Inner Mongolia Must Eats

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Sekitori: A Sumo Wrestler’s Meal

Whenever one passes by San Miguel Avenue in Ortigas, one will definitely not miss the towering Sumo Wrestler waving through the window of Sekitori Authentic Japanese Restaurant at Hanston Square building. This is the second branch of Sekitori, that started at Little Tokyo in Chino Roces, Makati. The restaurant is named after sekitori (関取), a top-ranked professional sumo wrestler in Japan, as a homage to … Continue reading Sekitori: A Sumo Wrestler’s Meal

Birdhouse: Lord of the Wings

Who doesn’t love chicken? The Philippines is practically a chicken country, where we eat and enjoy every part from head to tail, even the skin is not spared and has been a favorite bar chow. No wonder chicken shops like Birdhouse has been a big hit with the masses. Birdhouse celebrated their anniversary by launching six new wing flavors that will surely whet your appetite. … Continue reading Birdhouse: Lord of the Wings

Vanderlust Bistro + Patisserie: The Taste of Europe on a Plate

Nothing is more comforting than good food and a pleasant service from a restaurant. Fortunately, we have experienced these comforts at Vanderlust. Vanderlust, inspired from the word wanderlust, which means to travel to discover yourself, is located on the corner of Scout de Guia and the busy Tomas Morato streets, and serves fancy European food without emptying your wallets. We started with Chorizo and Roasted … Continue reading Vanderlust Bistro + Patisserie: The Taste of Europe on a Plate

Masuki: Manila’s First Mami House

Growing up in Binondo, Masuki has always been a childhood favorite. Back then, they only have three items on their menu: mami, siopao, and siomai. Now, with more branches, they have also expanded their menu to classic local Chinese favorites like lemon chicken, beef curry, lechon macau, and even, a dessert. Mami was brought in by Ma Mon Luk (马文禄), an elementary teacher from Guangzhou, … Continue reading Masuki: Manila’s First Mami House

Tenya: Tempura from Asakusa

Though not originated in Japan, the Japanese has evolved tempura to the way we enjoy them today. The Japanese originally deep-fry their food without breading or batter. However, during the end of the 16th century, Portuguese missionaries living in Japan introduced a frying method of dipping food in a flour and egg mixture that was usually eaten during Lent. Over a few decades, Japan’s food … Continue reading Tenya: Tempura from Asakusa

Salvatore Cuomo: Anniversary Special Lunch Buffet starts at P600

Salvatore Cuomo is celebrating its anniversary in the Philippines with a special Eat-All-You-Can lunch buffet. Enjoy a wide range of Italian appetizers, fresh salads, pizzas and drinks all you want starting from P600/person on weekdays and P900/person on weekends. Included in the buffet, you also get to choose one main course from its selected list of pastas or choose from its selected meat and fish … Continue reading Salvatore Cuomo: Anniversary Special Lunch Buffet starts at P600