M Bakery's famous Banana Pudding meets the sweet and nutty chocolate treat from our childhood!
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Hakata Ton-Ichi tags itself as a "ramen shop for the working class" because they aim to make the Japanese staple food as something that is not a luxury to eat, but a comfort food they can have even during the dreaded petsa de peligro.
Far from sitting back and letting her leukemia take over, nine-year old Dani sets off on a whimsical quest to find her hair and figure out the answer to the question, “Why is cancer?”
Food & Drink
It’s going to be a savory encounter times three as The Bistro Group spices up Glorietta Food Choices!
Unique milk tea flavors in Metro Manila
Planning your next food crawl? Kapitolyo never disappoints.
If you're like me who doesn't want to waste time thinking of what to order but want something great from the menu, this list is perfect for you!
We rounded up a few dining-out establishments that are taking small but meaningful steps to continue practicing their businesses with lower environmental impacts. Call all your plastic-refusing friends for your next lunch or dinner out!
Pampanga has so much more to offer than its famous sisig. If you explore further, you’ll find yourself amused with its new breed of charming cafes that aren’t only picturesque but also stays true to what Kapampangans are known for -- good food!
Many interesting homegrown and international food concepts have opened and are opening soon at Conrad Manila's luxury mall. Here's your hungry guide.
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!
Smooth, colorful, and delicate, these beautiful biscuits filled with assorted flavors are perfect pop-in-your-mouth sweets and great gift items for dessert lovers. Mad for macarons? Here are 12 macaron purveyors in the metro where you can order these pretty confections.
Their milkshakes bring all the boys (and girls) to the yard. Check out 7 Manila milkshake bars that will solve your drinkable dessert cravings.
July is Philippines-Japan Friendship Month. To celebrate the occasion, we've rounded up ten awesome Japanese restaurants where you can eat for P200 or less.
We've listed some of the restaurants that transformed the then sleepy Maginhawa Street in Quezon City into an exciting culinary destination. Which one is your favorite?
A tiny but bright and cheery shop, A Taste of Heaven Milkshake Hub offers an extensive menu of sweet concoctions that taste extra heavenly in this heat.
Through its stores' youthful appeal, cute soybean mascot, and quality soy products, Mr. Bean is hoping to convert casual juice and milk-tea drinkers to healthier soy-milk consumers.
Regular customers in search of a coffee house will definitely stay here for the food and drinks, but geeks stay for the food, drinks, conversations and culture.