Hogs Haven by Dulcelin Gourmet: From Desserts to Gourmet Meals

Dulcelin Gourmet started out as a home-based cake business, which became a household name famous for their Mango Torte, arguably one of the best in the Metro.  It then expanded to savory gourmet dishes which also became popular go-to takeouts for potlucks during special occasions. It was a delight for us to discover last July that Dulcelin Gourmet now opened Hogs Haven; a dine-in restaurant … Continue reading Hogs Haven by Dulcelin Gourmet: From Desserts to Gourmet Meals

The Lokal Food Park: Mandaluyong’s Newest Food Haven

Food parks have been opening around the Metro, with each offering varied food and drinks for the enjoyment of customers, whether in sight, smell, or taste. The Lokal Food Park, which opened just recently, has been feeding delight to its patrons. The food park has two floors with stalls at both floors, and with 19 stalls offering a variety of dishes, it is probably the … Continue reading The Lokal Food Park: Mandaluyong’s Newest Food Haven

Sio Cha: Asian Street Food That Tastes Like Home

Going to a doctor’s check-up can have its perks. One can have the chance to discover new things or even restaurants in the neighborhood, especially if it’s an area one doesn’t often visit. Today, it led us to Sio Cha (小吃), a tiny eatery along Masangkay Street in Binondo that offers Asian street foods. As the name of the restaurant means snacks, it does offer … Continue reading Sio Cha: Asian Street Food That Tastes Like Home

The Veranda: A Buffet of Filipino Food and Culture Overlooking Taal

Tagaytay has always been a popular destination for tourists and city-dwellers alike for its milder climate compared to Metro Manila, and the panoramic view of Taal Lake and Taal Volcano. It has also became an out-of-town food destination catering to these diverse visitors. One can enjoy all the food one can eat and the iconic view of Taal and more at Taal Vista Hotel’s restaurant, … Continue reading The Veranda: A Buffet of Filipino Food and Culture Overlooking Taal

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