The finest Cantonese flavors from Chef Lai Cheuk Kou
Savor extraordinary and authentic Cantonese cuisine straight from the heart of the Red Dragon, as Lung Hin brings in new dishes from Hong Kong native Chef Lai Cheuk Kou.
Chef Lai Cheuk Kou — also fondly known as
Admit it: the biggest downside of going vegan is the frequently horrible food choices. How could something good for you taste so bad, right?
Well, not anymore. At Marriott Hotel Manila, you don’t have to be scared of running out of ideas where to get your
Building on their flagship restaurant’s name — Misto — Seda Bonifacio Global City recently launched a new lineup of local and international dishes for their weekday buffet.
Misto means “mixed” in Italian, a term that also describes the medley of international flavors comprising Seda BGC’s sumptuous
Raise a glass to good vibes and good bites at Toast Asian Kitchen & Tasting Room—Ortigas newest dining hot spot
There’s nothing like a fun trip with a great group of friends, with dozens of Instagram stories and countless memories created.
For long-time friends Timothy Roxas-Chua, Sam
There’s nothing like the cold and sweet relief of ice cream on a hot summer day, don’t you agree?
Novotel Manila Araneta Center recently opened Ice N Cream – otherwise known as the answer to every ice cream lover’s dream.
Novotel executive chef Michael Schaub and his
Marriott Hotel Manila opens its signature restaurant, featuring authentic Cantonese cuisine
You don't have to go to Hong Kong to enjoy the authentic Cantonese cuisine that has captivated the world. Savor the flavors of China at Man Ho Chinese Restaurant at Marriott Hotel Manila, led by
Manila can now gorge on what Anthony Bourdain called the 'best pig ever'
When two Americans called banker-slash-lifestyle blogger Joel Binamira back in 2008 about his “Lechon Chronicles,” he had no idea it was the team behind Travel Channel’s “No Reservations.”
And he had no idea that
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,
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.
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