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My First Time at The German Club (Deutscher Klub 1906) of Manila! #OctoberFestNa!

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The German Club offers the best German food in Manila. It’s for members only, so you have to be accompanied by a German host to be able to eat here.

We were invited by Michael Hasper, Deputy Head of Mission, and Carmina Barcelon, Press and Cultural Section of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Manila, to recap and reminisce our Berlin trip with Camille Co. 🙂

Here’s our German Club experience in Manila, as a teaser to the OAP Berlin Series entitled “BERLIN – The Best Kept Secret City in Europe!“… 

THE GERMAN CLUB MANILA 1906
5f Penthouse, Eurovilla II Building , 118 V.A. Rufino
(formerly Herrera Street), Legaspi Village, Makati City
Telephone: +632 817-3552, 818-3552 
E-mail[email protected]
Websitehttp://www.germanclub.ph/
FacebookGerman Club, Manila, Philippines
Restaurant Hours: Monday to Saturday from 11 A.M to 11P.M. 

Dress Code: Smart Casual with Collared Shirt for Men
No Short Pants, No Sandos, No Rubber/House Slippers

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PROST: Nurnberger Spiral and Mr. Braumeister Craft Beer @ProstBraumeister

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PROST is a German Restaurant & Bar in Bonifacio Global City. They serve good German comfort food and their own signature craft beer Mr. Braumeister — in collaboration with Craft Point Brew.

The restaurant is named after the traditional German toast, where you look into the eyes of each person and say “prost!” before clinking your beer glass.

Prost is owned by Dom Hernandez, his German friend Marc Von Grabowski, celebrity Sam Milby, and Stef Zanirato.

We recently had our team meeting with our Mercato partners here. Check out what we like…

PROST Braumeister
G/F Fort Pointe Two Bldg. 26th Ave cor 5th AVe Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
Email: [email protected]
Mobile: +63 925 545-4386
Phone: +632 828-3940
Websitehttp://www.prost.com.ph/
FacebookProst Braumeister
Instagram@ProstBraumeister
Operating Hours
Monday to Thursdays 4pm to 2am
Friday and Saturday 4pm to 3am
Sundays 4pm to 12mn only

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BROTZEIT Philippines: Starting the German Bar & Resto Craze in Manila? @BrotzeitPH

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BROTZEIT is a Singaporean-owned German restaurant that aims to promote quality German Beers and Bavarian cuisine in the Asia Pacific Region. Manila is the 10th branch in the world from the time the restaurant first opened in 1996.

“Brot” means “bread” and “zeit” literally translates to “time” in German, so its name means bread time or small meal or snack time, which usually is accompanied by refreshing, good quality beers.

Although it was a bit expensive and some of the dishes got mixed reviews, I did love the draft beers and the sausages. Could this be the start of a German beer/ resto craze in Manila?

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Poco Deli, the Blossoming of the Little Neighborhood Deli

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Poco Deli, the little neighborhood deli in Brgy. Kapitolyo, originally started as a distributor of fine Philippine-made deli products, which included Mickey’s Sausages and Dave’s Natural Frozen Yogurt. It also served pizza, pasta and wine, catering to its immediate neighbors as customers.

The concept didn’t really appeal to us at the start, and early blog posts about it were not encouraging enough (Jane’s Take a Poke at Poco Deli, Franny’s Deli Discovery : Poco Deli).

So when Sonny de Leon, a P&G friend who is now one of the Marketing bosses in P&G Philippines, wanted to meet up, we agreed to meet in his wife’s Poco Deli store. Last time we met, I surprised him with a Kubli Springs dinner by Jay of Kinabuhayan Cafe.

This time, I was the one who was pleasantly surprised. Poco Deli is now an artisan shop where they make their own sausages, smoke their own bacon, create fresh pizza dough, and serve well-selected wines and their signature BlackOut Chocolate Cake.

Kapitolyo Food Street Series:

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