Dedet de la Fuentes, popularly known as The Lechon Diva, successfully introduced Pepita’s Lechon to Cebuano’s and Boholanos via the annual celebration of Pasko sa Bluewater. This event kicks off the Christmas celebration and celebrates the founding anniversary of Bluewater Resorts.
One Cebuano even commented that Cebu Lechon finally met its match. It’s a great compliment from the Lechon Capital of the Philippines.
Here is the photo essay of our Pasko sa Bluewater dinner experience at Bluewater Sumilon …
Flying via NAIA3 just got better with the opening of Manila Life by Marriott Hotels, and the Runway Manila overpass from Resorts World.
Given the crazy traffic in Manila going to the airport, we usually head there 5 hours before our flight. Obviously, the long wait can get boring. But thanks to the lounge-like cafe of Manila Life, we now have a good place to hang out to work and eat while we wait to board.
Here’s how to have a pleasant departure experience on your next flight from NAIA Terminal 3…
MANILA LIFE by Marriot Hotel Manila 4th Floor, Food Hall, NAIA Terminal 3 (near Runway Manila) Telephone: +63 2 988 9999 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The first time I tried Buca di Beppo was on my first trip to Cincinnati during my P&G Days. I remember enjoying the pizza and pasta in a very festiveenvironment. After more than 100 stores worldwide, this popular Italian restaurant chain in America has finally opened its first store in Southeast Asia–in Manila, no less–thanks to entrepreneur Marcelino Florete Jr. of the Sbarro group.
The name is inspired by the original 1993 Italian restaurant in the basement of an apartment building in Minneapolis. Buca means “hole” or the Tuscan slang for basement, while Beppo is a nickname for Guiseppe, which is Joseph in Northern Italy.
Here’s what to expect and how to plan your own family celebrations at Buca di Beppo in Manila…
Buca di Beppo ® Ground Floor, BGC Corporate Center, 11th Avenue corner 30th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig Facebook: Buca di Beppo Philippines Instagram: @bucadibeppoph Telephone: +632 400-9301 Mobile: +63 905 443-6217 Email: email@example.com
Hua Quan Village is an art and cultural village located south of Yingtan in Jiangxi, China. The village is situated near the famous Longhu (Dragon Tiger) Mountain, one of China’s most beautiful natural heritage sites, and the birthplace of Taoism.
The village spans over 16 hectares, making it one of the largest art and cultural centers in the world.
Here’s what we loved about the village and why you should include this on your next trip to China…
Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodles was the first Ramen Restaurant to ever win a Michelin Star in 2015.
Master Chef and Owner Onishi Yuki opened Tsuta in Sugamo, Tokyo back in January 2012 to rave reviews, having won multiple awards and praises from ramen lovers across Japan. In 2015, it was awarded a prestigious Michelin Star, the first for a ramen restaurant at the time.
Tsuta is known for its clear broth ramen, which is much lighter and clean-tasting on the palate than the more popular Tonkotsu-style–a rich and almost thick style of pork broth.
Its success comes from Chef Onishi's dedication to quality and consistency, and his willingness to break with tradition by utilizing western ingredients such as black truffle and olives. The combination has proven successful, and ramen lovers from all over have shown their appreciation of it.
TSUTA JAPANESE SOBA NOODLES Tang Lung St, 18號V Point 地下 2 號 舖 Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Open: 11:30am–8pm Daily Telephone: +852 3188 2639
For the first time ever, the Yuchengco museum held its first craft beer event. Last October 20, Blues and Brews @ the Y showcased the top local craft beers for just one day.
Let me begin by saying that in general, I choose not to drink alcohol. I only started being more open to alcohol a few months ago. I did come to the event with an open mind and the willingness to try something new.
So here are the thoughts of a non-beer drinker at a craft beer festival…