Kam’s Roast is an internationally-acclaimed and Michelin-starred restaurant in Hong Kong popular for their HK roasts. With the flagship Manila branch opening in Megamall, there is no more need to fly to Hong Kong and line up for hours just to get a taste.
Foodee Global Concepts, the group behind Tim Ho Wan, Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodle, and Todd English Food Hall is responsible for bringing the famous roasts to Manila.
Your favorite late night Goto joint is now in Malate!
Goto Monster, famed for it’s 45-minute Goto Challenge serves a monstrous size goto topped with tapa flakes, tokwa, beef tripe, bagnet, shiitake mushrooms, lumpiang shanghai, toasted garlic, spring onions and salted egg that can feed up to 10 people!
Although goto is their go-to dish, they also serve tempting tokwa’t bagnet, chickadobosilog, pineapple mint slush, and mouthwatering Pinoy desserts from leche flan ice cream to bibingka waffles.
Despite not being 24/7 like their branch in Makati, it’s still a good fix for the late night hungover craving. They recently opened a branch in Salo Park, Malate that opens from 5 pm to 5 am.
Salo Park, 562 J. Nakpil Street Manila, Philippines Mobile: +63916 300 2600 Facebook: gotomonsterph
Sun’s out, and It’s official, summer has finally arrived! And what better thing to enjoy the summer heat than with a quick trip to some of our newly updated & favorite summer destinations around Manila.
Awesome activities that are perfect for families, kids and barkada outings with short trips that would make your summer vacation more enjoyable.
And fun indoor/outdoor activities that would surely bring out the perfect smiles and selfies this summer!
So what are you waiting for? Here are my top 10 fun & awesome activities for summer that won’t require a long trip away from Manila.
Mother’s Day gifts are such a nice suprise, but you can make her day the more memorable by planning a special Mother’s Day activity.
Plan a day doing what she loves best–Pamper her with a day at the spa, take her on a luxurious staycation, take her on a lovely brunch, enjoy the summer heat sliding into the tallest inflatable aqua park in the middle of Taal Lake, or capture that instagrammable moment at the Dessert Museum with the rest of the family!
Here are 8 ideas that will help you make this Mother’s Day one to remember…
Kam’s Roast Goose is a Cantonese style BBQ restaurant in the heart of Wan Chai Hong Kong. The establishment has won numerous awards for excellence and quality and was awarded its first Michelin Star in 2014.
The busy restaurant sells around 100 geese per day that are shipped in daily from China and prepared in-house each morning.
Kam’s only uses Black Headed Geese which are 2.8-2.9 kilos each. The relatively small geese are leaner and much tastier when compared to their more common counterparts.
The key to Kam’s success is that the geese are prepared using the freshest of ingredients and prepared with a tried-and-true recipe that has been handed down for generations.
Ask anybody in Hong Kong where to find the best goose and they will tell you Kam’s is the place to go.
Hardy Kam is the founder of Kam’s Roast Goose and 3rd generation restaurateur of the Kam Family. His grandfather Mr. Kam Shui Fai and father, Mr. Kam Kinsen Kwan founded the internationally acclaimed Yung Kee Restaurant in Central Hong Kong.
Hardy branched out to open Kam’s Roast Goose in 2014 and was awarded his first Michelin Star soon after, only having been operational for 4 months.
Hardy claims his success stems from running a small-scale operation and preserving the legacy that his family started. Quality ingredients and traditional Cantonese techniques, along with his hands on approach ensure customers have a pleasant experience and a delicious meal.
Hundreds of hungry guests line up every day waiting to try this award-winning restaurant.
MAI WEI FANG meaning wheat mill room is a fast-casual Chinese restaurant serving Northern Chinese style dishes that mainly focus on wheat flour ingredients.
Famed for introducing the first Sheng Jian Bao (pan-fried pork soup dumpling) in the Philippines, this Shanghainese version is similar to Xiao Long Bao but is much meatier with a thicker dough compared to its counterpart.
Besides Sheng Jian Bao, you’ll also find Chinese-style pancakes, doughnuts, and fried chicken rice meals.
If you’re curious to get a taste of something different, check out Mai Wei Fang…
MAI WEI FANG
Level 1, Adriatico Wing, Robinsons Place Manila
Ermita, Manila Landline: (02) 562 2786 Facebook:maiweifangph