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Here are places around Metro Manila where you can celebrate this Year of the Pig in the most delicious way possible.
If you love Mexican food, then you’ll know that tacos have always been the taco talk of the Mexican food-loving town.
Truffle really can elevate a number of dishes!
Grilled, grated, melted, or fried – there are so many ways to enjoy it!
Katipunan always has new foodie surprises up its sleeve!
Gringo’s finger-lickin’ chicken and ribs are now available in 10 locations.
Ever had the craving for a delectable meal while basking in the beauty of the metro at night? Well, we looked around Metro Manila for places where you can have both! Here are 8 places in Manila for your evenings with great views.
It features modern touches to the traditional Mexican cantina with brick walls, hanging lamps, wood beams and hand painted tiles which provide a festive feel.
Let's taco 'bout good grub, as we get into a festive Cinco de Mayo mood. Here's a list of 8 restaurants in the metro for your Mexican food cravings.
Latin American cuisine is deliciously serving up our metro with their roast chicken. The Portuguese chicken, popularly called Piri-Piri, is known for its delicious marinade and smoky finish, and it's best paired with assorted condiments and spicy sauces. Here's a list of 9 places in Manila (and one spot in Boracay if you're heading there this summer) for your piri piri chicken fix.
If you love chicken, ribs and a good time, Gringo will now be officially your favorite amigo.
Have a look at this energy and power plant themed restaurant with a menu filled with all your favorite comfort food you can't dare to miss.
Gringo hosts the best get-togethers along with his closest amigos and cooks up one mean Mexican-Latin feast.
Head to this new food haven hungry and thirsty, as it is ready to serve you different flavors and cuisines--plus its much awaited opening of a New Yorker gyros spot, the very first in Manila!
This Makati's best kept secret food stall wins the lunch crowd with their version of chimichanga, priced at just over a hundred pesos!