The brunch scene in Manila is getting exciting. The popular Southeast Asian eatery, Your Local, in Legaspi recently changed their opening hours to 8.00 am daily, offering breakfast curated by Chef Natalia Moran of Boracay fame.
GF Universal LMS Building, 106 Esteban Street, Legaspi Village, Makati City Email: [email protected] Telephone: +632 823-6206 Mobile: +63 917 654 3355 Instagram: @YourLocalPH Website: http://yourlocal.ph Facebook: Your Local Operating Hours:
Monday to Saturday: 8.00 am to 2.00 pm and 6.00 pm to 10.00 pm
Sunday Brunch: 8.00 am to 3.00 pm
Legoland Malaysia is designed with families of boys in mind and is a favorite destination among kids who are Lego fans.
You need at least 2 full days to enjoy the entire resort, so I would recommend a 4d3n trip for an awesome experience with the first and last days dedicated to traveling to/from Singapore.
We’ve been to Legoland with the boys three times in recent years. This post summarizes all our power tips on how to enjoy Legoland hotel, Legoland theme park, Legoland water park and SEA LIFE with all the research you’ll need to plan your everything is awesome tripin 2020!
LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort is a combination of Theme Park, Water Park and Hotel in one LEGO® themed location. • More than 70 hands-on rides, slides, shows and attractions • Designed for families with children aged 2-12 • First of its kind in Asia and the largest in the world
2-DAY Combo Ticket
2-Day access to Theme Park, Water Park & SEA LIFE.
Adult: RM 381 (~$92 ~₱4,600)
Child/ Senior: RM 324 (~$78 ~₱4,000)
Operating Hours: Theme Park
Sunday to Friday: 10.00 am to 6.00 pm
Saturday: 10.00 am to 7.00 pm Water Park
Sunday to Monday: 10.00 am to 6.00 pm SEA LIFE
Sunday to Thursday: 10.00 am to 6.00 pm
Friday and Saturday: 11.00 am to 7.00 pm
Legoland Holiday Promotions
Legoland Malaysia is having Buy 2 Adult Tickets and get 1 Child Ticket FREE. (a.k.a Buy 2 Get 1 Free) promotion.
Ticket Type: Limited to 1 Day Triple Park Combo (Theme Park, Water Park, SEA LIFE) & 1 Day Double Park Combo (Theme Park and SEA LIFE) only
Note: Bricktacular Holidays is also happening on December 1 to 31st.
SEA LIFE Malaysia is having the following holiday festivities:
1. Santa Sharkie: 3.30 pm – 3.45 pm daily
2. Where is Santa & Rudolf? : Find Santa and his Reindeer throughout your journey in the aquarium and post your photos in your Instagram with #LEGOLANDMalaysia, #SEALIFEMalaysia, #SEAMerryFishmas2019
3. Wishing Xmas Board
4. See Santa in the Sea : 2:00pm-2:15pm on Tuesday & Friday only
Chef Ignacio Alcala was the executive chef of Fonda Alcalá, his grandmother’s 100-year old restaurant located in a small village in his hometown Calaceite (Teruel) in Aragon, Spain. He honed his culinary skills in the competitive Barcelona food scene before he and his girlfriend succumbed to the allure of going to Manila to learn English and to find success in Asia.
Las Flores is now offering a degustacion (7-course tasting menu) by Chef Ignacio Alcala strictly by reservation only.
HOMARE is a homage to authentic Japanese cuisine in the south and the best Yakiniku Japanese BBQ place in Alabang. It features Japanese A5 Wagyu and fresh seafood off the grill with a delightful BBQ flavor using the Yakiniku Hibachi (table grill).
We honored Popsy’s 82nd Birthday with a Yakiniku BBQ feast at Homare. Here are some tips on how to plan your own awesome Homare experience…
Homare Japanese Restaurant
2nd floor, The Bellevue Manila, Northgate Ave, Alabang, Muntinlupa
Monday – Sunday from 11 AM to 2 PM and 6 PM to 10 PM. Facebook: The Bellevue Manila Telephone: (+632) 771-8181
Elephant Grounds Manila is the Hongkong third-wave coffee franchise concept by The Standard Group (of Yabu and Ippudo fame) with the dynamic chef duo of Nicco Santos (executive chef) and Quenee Villar (formerly of Hey Handsome).
In Manila, it’s known more as an all-day brunch One Bonifacio restaurant, noted for its food more than its coffee. As the opening hype and queuing lines die down, here’s what we think of Elephant Grounds in Manila.
ELEPHANT GROUNDS MANILA Independent micro-roaster and café concept from Hong Kong
Lower Ground Floor, One Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig Operating Hours:
Monday to Thursday 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday to Saturday 8:00 AM – 11:00 PM Mobile: +63 999 887-1417 Facebook: Elephant Grounds Manila Instagram: @elephantgroundsph
HAPAG MNL is a private dining venture turned into a modern Filipino restaurant by Chef-owners Thirdy Dolatre (CCA), Kevin Villarica (ISCAHM) and Kevin Navoa (Malaysia-trained) in a Quezon City neighborhood. The name of the restaurant is inspired by the dining table where the family gathers to bond and eat.
Often compared to Toyo and said to be the younger and bolder version, Hapag elevates Filipino cuisine with cleaner execution and exciting presentation without losing its bold flavor taste profile. The comparison can’t be avoided because of their similarities: both are Chef-driven modern Filipino concepts characterized by an open kitchen, tasteful Filipino furniture and location that’s hidden in an alley.
Is it better than Toyo? Is it the next best thing in modern Filipino cuisine in Manila? Or is it all just hype?
I tried it with Rache and Chef Tatung, and here’s what we think…
Red Lobster, America’s #1 seafood restaurant, is just the place for all-day lobster celebrations for those #lobsterworthy moments. Sometimes a fresh live lobster feast is the only way to commemorate momentous occasions.
Here are some tips on how to make your Red Lobster moments more awesome with your family and friends…
RICKSHA, a streetside tandoor cafe by Cyril and Pierre Addison, is inspired by Cyril’s mom’s recipes and the Indian food he grew up with. The restaurateur couple is known as for their role as partners at Gallery by Chele and for their fine taste in food and drinks as well.
Make sure to visit when you are in the Kapitolyo, Pasig area, and here’s what you can expect at Ricksha.
Great news Bacolodnons! AirAsia is now flying from Manila to Bacolod City, the gateway to Negros Occidental.
Known as the “City of Smiles” and the “Sugar Capital of the Philippines,” it’s a land blessed with wealth, charming people and indigenous cuisine that locals serve with pride! From historic sites and trekking adventures to places to eat and white sand beaches, Bacolod’s got you covered!
We do believe what people say: “After your visit to Bacolod, you’re sure to gain 5 pounds and a smile!” So make sure to check out our food guide in our 4-day awesome itinerary…