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Proof that hype isn't always everything.
For whatever type of cuisine you’re craving, here are some great places that you can enjoy with friends and family on a rainy day in Metro Manila.
To mark its 5th year in the Philippine food industry, Wee Nam Kee goes back to its roots, coming up with a unique take on a traditional favorite and a more modern look for its flagship and original store at the Ayala Triangle Gardens.
To celebrate Wee Nam Kee's 5th year of operations in the Philippines, they are launching a Unli Hainanese Chicken Promotion. Have unlimited helpings of Roast or Steamed Hainanese Chicken and Hainanese Chicken Rice for only P299 from February 9 to 13, 2015!
Ever since the Michelin-starred Tim Ho Wan set foot into our local food scene, the spotlight has been on the baked char siu bao, better known as pork buns. There are other restaurants where you can sink your teeth into savory pork buns, and maybe one's closer to you and there's no need to wait in line to enter. Here's our list of places in Manila where you can get your pork bun fix, and which of them offer take-out.
Next time you're at these restaurants, make sure to save room for dessert!
Hailed as the 'Wagyu' of chickens, the Yellow Chicken makes a special appearance on Wee Nam Kee's menu this May. Plus, check out three spectacular Wee Nam Kee desserts you probably haven't tried!
What started as a small stall in Singapore's Chinatown is now here in Manila for its very first overseas outlets.
Makan Makan Asian Food Village in Manila Ocean Park is where I ate like there’s no tomorrow.
Asian chicken at its juicy best.
Snaking lines, customers wanting dibs, long wait to enter -- Wee Nam Kee's Singaporean chicken rice is getting full-blown rockstar treatment.
A little more than what you usually spend for a jollijeep meal can get you Singaporean cook-as-you-order meals in this hole-in-the-wall in Makati.
When I crave for a Singaporean snack, this koptiam in Ortigas never fails to give me that delicious medley of soft boiled eggs, kaya toast, and pulled coffee.
Stop over at Shiok and express your gustatory satisfaction with their affordable Singaporean dishes.