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Porchetta Kare-Kare

A culinarian homage to Filipino cuisine A lot has been done to our beloved Filipino cuisine in an effort to make it more appealing to a wider range of people. It’s been fused with Western and other Asian cuisines, it’s been elevated to hoity-toity fine dining standards, it’s been brought “back to


If you survived the 365-day long Red Wedding that is 2016, then you definitely deserve to treat yourself and a good friend over great food and even greater tea at a classy place. The best part? It’s less than PhP800 for two people. Oh, wait, hold up. The best part is that

Beef Tapa Bowl

Take a seat and get ready for a delicious history lesson with Cafe Enye's flavors of colonial Spain Eastwood City in Quezon City is a sea of restaurants and food stalls, but every now and then an establishment stands out from the crowd and sets itself apart. Offering a whole new level


From weekend market food stall to a gorgeous, homey resto in a foodie haven It all started with a humble stall at the Legazpi Sunday Market (LSM). Imman Decena still remembers how his mom, Louh Doctora-Decena, and his aunt, Tess Doctora, struggled with their sales from their stall. Not a lot