MECHA UMA is a Chef-Driven Restaurant by Chef Bruce Ricketts of Sensei Sushi fame. The name is a Japanese expression for absurdly delicious food.
They serve predominantly Japanese food but are not limited to it. Foodies have raved about the Tasting Menu served Omakase-style (but is still dependent on the chef and what's freshly available that day). They also serve an a la carte menu of the best dishes featured in the Tasting Menu.
We tried Mecha Uma's a la carte menu with our Mercato Partners and here's our experience...
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Welcome to Laddaland, the new Spooktacular haunted village where horror lurks in every corner.
Gather your courage and explore the village, where every house is haunted. Cursed and haunted spirits are out to claim new souls to join their realm. Come on in and we wish you luck, for we do not know if we will see you again.
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I recently got stuck in Singapore with my 3 boys, and that's where I discovered Changi Recommends, who helped us with our last minute hotel booking.
Having data connection is crucial when you travel abroad, especially during times like this. I learned that Changi Recommends offers the best mobile data rate at S$10/day ( ~P350/day) when you travel to Singapore, which is better than local telco data roaming rates.
Check out Changi Recommends on your next trip to Singapore. This also kicks-off the Singapore series in OAP...
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All roads led to Terminus and our team was trapped in a container van with a chained zombie!
Here is how we escaped from Terminus under 15 minutes...
Paragon Plaza Ground floor Reliance St., corner EDSA, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila 1550
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VASK MANILA's San Sebastian Weekend Brunch features eat-all-you-can Spanish Tapas with Cochinillo and Paella, and drink-all-you-can Kalimotxo. It's like the best of San Sebastian Cuisine every weekend lunch.
The food is cooked and served in small batches, unlike a typical buffet where everything is cooked in advance and displayed the entire time. The Spanish food selection is well-curated and the kitchen ensures that foodies will rave about each item.
Here's a photo essay of our yummy San Sebastian Weekend Brunch experience at Vask...
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