Every month, every week, and almost every day it seems, there’s a new restaurant opening in Metro Manila. There are a lot of great new dining choices, side by side with the perennials, the classics that we grew up with. As food bloggers, writers, and members of the F&B industry, we’re always very curious about the crowd favorites.
The popular vote, if you will. So, Our Awesome Planet, the Blogger Collective known as the KTG (Kain Tulog Gang) and World Food Expo (WOFEX) have partnered to conduct the People’s Choice for their Favorite Food, Restaurants, Bars, and more …. or simply, “The Choice“.
Hidden from plain sight and tucked away inside a quiet compound somewhere in Cavite. Flow House Manila is a surfer’s dream secret surf spot.
Just like any other Surf spots, Flow House Manila is a sports entertainment venue that mixes surfing, good food, family, friends, and parties with a couple of beers in Manila’s first ever artificial flow surfing by Flow House International.
Flow House Manila Molino Blvd, Brgy. Molino III, Bacoor, Cavite 4102 Facebook:@FlowHouseManila Instagram:@FlowHouseManila Email:[email protected] Contact: 0995 158 9225 / (046) 416 9442 Hours: Wed to Thu: 12:30pm – 09:00pm | Fri to Sun: 11:30pm – 10:00pm
Liter of Light, is a home-grown, global, grassroots movement that is committed to providing affordable, sustainable solar light to people with limited or no access to electricity.
One of the most common figures in off-grid communities is the kerosene lamp. These lamps provide light to the families at dinnertime and the kids as they study at night. However, these lamps are not the safest sources of light – they pose a grave risk of burning down the household if left unattended.
Illac Diaz, founder of Liter of Light, decided to take this everyday object and convert it into solar lamps. We were given a chance to learn how to make these kerosene lamps into the much safer and sustainable solar lamp, courtesy of Liter of Light.
They provide all materials and equipment necessary to build a solar lamp.
UNO is the popular international buffet and a la carte cafe and restaurant by The Waterfront Group of Hotels.
If you’re flying to Cebu from June to August 2018 then you're in for a treat! They have an upcoming culinary event entitled “UNO’s Modern Filipino Taste: A Filipino Feast for All Senses”, which happens at UNO in Waterfront Airport Hotel and Casino Mactan (from June 8 to August 31) and Waterfront Cebu City Hotel and Casino in Lahug (from June 9 to August 31).
This special culinary event brings together the celebrated husband-and-wife tandem of celebrity Chefs Roland and Jackie Laudico, as they create delicious and exciting innovations on classic Filipino and Cebuano cuisine.
Chef Lau and Chef Jackie have captured the imagination and taste buds of gourmets and foodies alike through the concept restaurants they have established in their 18 years in the catering and restaurant business. Their imaginative approach to cooking and artistic presentations have culminated in their celebrated restaurant Guevarra’s in San Juan, Metro Manila.
Waterfront Cebu City Hotel & Casino Salinas Drive, Lahug, Cebu City, Philippines Telephone: +6332 232-6888 local 8605 Facebook: Waterfont Cebu City
Waterfront Airport Hotel & Casino (Mactan) 1 Airport Road, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu, Philippines Telephone: +6332 340-4888 local 7879
Siglo Modern Filipino celebrates its first anniversary by continuing to inspire adventurous foodies looking for that authentic Pinoy experience by traveling the Philippines through food.
Siglo (which means “century” in Tagalog), brings one hundred years of culture and cooking with Filipino heritage recipes from all over Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Besides supporting local farmers, we love how they promote the use of heirloom ingredients like adlai, batuan, siling labuyo, and barako into their dishes.
Located in the popular weekend getaway of Tagaytay, here’s what to expect at Siglo Modern Filipino as we try some of their new dishes and bestsellers on the menu…
The World Street Food Congress convened for the second year in the Philippines. Chefs and culinary influencers from around the world came together for a 2-day conference that celebrated this year's theme:"Re-Imagine Possibilities".
Talks ranged from preserving street food culture to protecting the rights of street vendors and reimagining heritage foods for the younger generation.
This year's conference was made special by a visit from the one and only Anthony Bourdain, who shared his insights on this year's topic and the impact of street food culture in America.
Pictured Top: Some of the World Street Food Congress 2017 speakers and presenters — from left to right: Sau del Rosario (co-host), Richard Tan, Greg Drescher (Keynote), Malcolm Lee, Mai Pham, Anthony Bourdain, Wanda Corazon Teo (Secretary of Philippine Tourism), Ulf Tassilo Muench, KF Seetoh (Founder & Host), Claude Tayag, Peter Lloyd, Anton Diaz, Odilia Winneke, Arbind Singh, Prof. Nguyen Nha
The 2-day dialog was a platform where chefs and pioneers could showcase their work and share ideas with each other and the audience. Some of the Chefs gave demonstrations as they tried to reinterpret simple heritage foods and cuisine for the modern age. Guests were able to purchase various international street food from 28 hawker stalls that made up this year's Jamboree. World Street Food Congress 2017: Top 10 Hawker Dishes World Street Food Congress 2017: Dialog Mall Of Asia Concert Grounds Seaside Blvd, Pasay Philippines Metro Manila May 31st – Jun 1st, 2017