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Janus: The two-faced Roman god of beginnings and transitions; with one face looking forward, and the other looking back; also the god after whom the month of January is named. Apropos, to say the least – at the start of each New Year, we often find ourselves looking forwards, while
Places to eat vary greatly from places to dine. Places of view takes precedence over indoor dining places. New looks, fresh touches, delightful tastes. Light is dimmed within the place, but sparkles from beyond. Two bridges not too far separating two cities. Gleaming at twilight, shining at nightfall. Located near the
Get a historical culinary experience by one of the country’s premier food advocates Chef Myke ‘Tatung’ Sarthou is a celebrity culinarian, TV host and the bestselling author behind “Philippine Cookery: From Heart to Platter.” He is also the proud owner of Agos, the newest Filipino restaurant at the SM Mall of Asia.
Kapitolyo’s hidden nook is filled with great food and even better prices The bustling village of Kapitolyo, Pasig City is a foodie haven. There's always something to satisfy every craving — whether you're on a payday high or one of those I-gotta-survive-til-next-payday kind of day. And thanks to The Round Table by Q
This holiday season, feast on Outback Steakhouse’s limited time offer delights Themed after the Australian Outback, Outback Steakhouse continues to embody the spirit Down Under with their blend of dishes bursting with flavor, excellent service, competitive pricing and a warm, welcoming vibe. And keeping with its promise to bring only the best
Seeing great possibilities for trade cooperation with the Philippines,