Ang Huling El Bimbo is a masterful piece of expert storytelling through the music of the Eraserheads, the most iconic rock band of the 90s. Their songs are expertly put together to build the story of friends who have lost their relationships, and their unexpected reunion years later.
Ang Huling El Bimbo is the latest original Filipino musical produced by Full House Theater Company (FHTC) and Resorts World Manila.
Kräftskiva (the Crayfish Party) is a typical Swedish festivity that symbolizes the end of summer for Nordic countries, usually in August. Once reserved for royalty, the crayfish eventually became popular amongst the masses after Parisians took an interest, and the rest of Europe followed suit.
Now in its 6th year, NordCham Philippines in partnership with Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila transports guests to a feast for the senses set in a Viking Village for the themed celebration of the Crayfish Party 2018. Save the date for the 8th of September 2018 from 6pm onwards and get ready to indulge in a festive party.
See what’s in store for this year’s Crayfish Party at Sofitel:Read more
BREAKOUT PH Alabang has just opened and it’s the biggest branch yet!
Located on the 2nd floor Commerce Mall of Alabang Town Center, it has five rooms that are different from the other breakout branches. These are the Reunion, Fairy’s tale, Super Soldier, the Town, and BFF, which is said to be the hardest one to solve.
However, with all rooms having their own unique twists and design, each game will surely challenge both your teamwork and critical-thinking skills. So, here are some tips to help you on your next breakout adventure.
There’s a booming appreciation for fine wines in Manila, a growing hunger among Manileños to know more about wines from the winemakers themselves. In the case of Menhir Salento, they introduced their Italian wines via a 4 hands wine pairing dinner with Chef Jessie Sincioco and Chef Musaro Rocco Roberto.
Vini Menhir Salento S.r.l., founded by Gaetano Marangelli in 2005, showcases the terroir of the Southern part of the Puglia Region in the extreme southeastern tip of Italy, specifically the Minervino di Lecce-Maglie-Otranto area.
Chef Roberto transports us to Puglia with a taste of Origano Osteria restaurant, owned by the Menhir Salento winery, in Minervino di Lecce.
Italian wines are designed for food pairing. Menhir Salento makes it both interesting and delightful to savor the authentic flavors of the Italian region where a particular wine was produced.
Privatus Private Dining, a Manila-based premium catering business, and Monkey Eagle Brewery, a microbrewery that makes world-class beers, team up for an afternoon of beer appreciation and superb fare. The well-curated 5-course menu features Privatus Private Dining’s culinary creations paired with Monkey Eagle Brewery’s flagship craft beers.
Have you always dreamed of becoming a food entrepreneur?
Have you been sitting on a food and beverage business idea?
Is your food business stuck in neutral?
Are you planning to expand, but confused about your next step?
If you said YES to any of these questions, then the Entrepreneurship and F&B Specialist Seminar is for you.
Slated this July at Hexagon Lounge, in RCBC Plaza, Makati City, the program is a series of six sessions that aims to help food entrepreneurs through all the steps of creating a business, from key concepts, strategies, and practical skills necessary in managing, owning, and operating a profitable food and beverage business.
Leading the team of experts is Chef John Cu-Unjieng, owner of Jam Foods & Co., and joining him are Anton Diaz, founder of Our Awesome Planet Blog & Paolo Sambile, along with a group of F&B professionals as guest speakers.
“It is quite hard to get an accurate picture of the food business climate here in Manila. People have ideas and are motivated to start something, but they don’t know how and where to go to get the right information, and this is where we come in. What we want to do in this seminar is to present an accurate picture to potential food entrepreneurs so they could avoid the costly mistakes. “says Cu-Unjieng
He adds: “We will not just focus on the planning, execution, and survival of the food business, but we also want potential entrepreneurs to have a good understanding of the issues crucial to deciding to start the business. We will provide a reality check for them.”
To register and other inquiries, please call or SMS Rache at +63 917 531-8949 or email us at [email protected].
By doing away with the pretentiousness one would typically expect from Fort Bonifacio’s higher-end restaurants, Savageis a breath of fresh air that is as familiar as it is—in its own way—innovative.
No gas or electric stoves, no foams, no spherification. Here you’ll find a rustic menu with hearty servings made the good old-fashioned way.
Wood, fire and a grill.
A testament to humankind’s ongoing attempts at making Mother Nature taste delicious. Savage takes humanity’s most basic culinary premise and delivers great tasting food that not only looks amazing, but tastes amazing as well.
Off the beaten path, Savage is quietly tucked away in The Plaza at Arya Residences.
The plaza is home to a handful of high-end dining establishments and foot traffic is light to moderate during the weekdays. (With evenings and weekends being the busiest times.)
It’s a nice cozy location compared to the busier parts of BGC and we recommend visiting the place if you want a more laid-back dining experience.
SAVAGE G/F The Plaza, Arya Residences, McKinley Pkwy, Taguig, Metro Manila Hours: 11am–3pm, 6pm–10pm Daily Phone: +63 915 333-9546 Facebook: Savage MNL
Sa bisperas ng ika-120 Araw ng Kalayaan, magaganap na ang kasarap-sarapan, katakam-takaman at kasaya-sayahan fiesta ng ating sariling bayan!
Join us, as we commemorate our forefathers’ fight for independence: when brave souls laid down their lives on the altar of freedom, all for our country’s right to author our own fate. Together, let’s raise our drinks and toast as we celebrate a night of revelry filled with live music, overflowing drinks, and street eats crafted by the Philippines’ top chefs!
A Street Food Fiesta by the Philippines’ Best Chefs
1. Kalel Demetrio – Alamat ng Agimat (mahiwagang samalamig)
2. Niño Laus – Bibingka and sisig corn dog
3. Justin Yenko- “Fiery Kiniing-Chori Sliders” native black pig, kiniing, charcoal bun, 3 chilis
4. Patrick Go – Loaded tusok-tusok
5. Mikel Francis Bautista Zaguirre – Lumpiang Sinigang
6. Francis Lim – Pagkain na Pampapogi
7. Kalel Chan– Dry papaitan soft taco
8. JP Anglo – Bistek sandwich with spicy, crispy cheese
9. Ed Bugia – Chicken crossing the road
10. Mikko Aspiras– Dirty ice cream repurposed ingredients/trimmings) with fish sauce cotton candy
11. Dedet de la Fuentes “The Lechon Diva” – Sosy na Inihaw na Mais and Pepita’s Lechon
12. Jason Go – Fried coconut milk gelato with suman moron and peanut sesame brittle