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What better way is there to bond with friends than over a good wine and cheese night?
Here are some places around Metro Manila serving dishes that make it feel like the “Ber” months all year round.
Vegetarian but finding a lack of veggie-friendly restaurants and variety of food around the metro when you're eating out? Then this list is for you.
The Brewery boasts a delectable menu and live band performances to keep the mood rocking and also prides itself in its unique dining experience that beer consummates would readily welcome.
The sizzling, sweltering temperature finds a match in new sizzling dishes at Murray and D’Vine!
“Calming, breathtaking, inspiring, and magical.
Known as the little watering hole favored by expats, the long-standing restaurant of late Murray Hertz is now part of The Bistro Group family. Murray and D'Vine is still offering their popular pairing of burgers and wine, and now adding more dishes to refresh their menu.
It's already an exceptional pub, boasting of always-fresh specialty beer straight from their top of the line microbrewery located smack dab in the middle of the establishment. But stay longer and come hungry here--as Chef Carlo Miguel can seriously fill you up with an interesting mix of food, even some dishes with a special ingredient: beer.
People love tapas because it's social snacking or tasty bar chow, done the Spanish way; also, they're great to pair with drinks. When your craving for these delicious Spanish snacks takes over, round up your favorite people and take your pick among ten of Manila's restaurants we list here serving you a delectable spread of tapas.
The Filipino classic fluffy and buttery pastry is reinvented by our local bakeshops and homebakers with flavors to please the modern appetite always wanting to try something a little bit different. Here's a list of where to get your flavored ensaymadas for your festive events, gift giving, and every day indulgence.
121's Sizzling Salpicao, one of our favorite pulutan dishes, is quite easy to recreate at home. Here's how.
Have you explored the gastronomic offerings in this Pasig commercial complex? Check out these 6 free-standing restaurants open for you hungry and thirsty folk.
Tilapia ice cream? Labuyo Leche Flan? Coffee made from poo? We’ve listed down the weirdest and most bizarre foods in the Philippines, from unthinkable flavor combinations to downright exotic preparations. How many of these have you tried?
Boiled fertilized duck eggs with Riesling? In Planet Grapes, the wine pairings are out of this world!
Old and new gastronomic delights await ravenous eyes at this Greenbelt restaurant and bar.