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M Bakery's famous Banana Pudding meets the sweet and nutty chocolate treat from our childhood!
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.
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Celebrate Mother’s Day on May 12 at your favorite Bistro Group restaurant and enjoy their special offer!
The famous upscale seafood restaurant from Sri Lanka, its number one restaurant in the country (and ranked 25th in the World's 50 Best Restaurants 2018 list) is opening today in the Philippines.
The #1 Seafood Restaurant in the US just splashed its way into Manila with the opening of its 1st restaurant this side of Asia. The 115-seater branch is located at Level 1 S Maison, MOA in Pasay City.
Wondering where to get good bibingka and puto bumbong this season and even after? We've rounded up 8 places in Manila you can check out!
The Hawaiian classic has been taking bold and playful turns at Poke Poke, and now their poke bowls are going sexier with 'fit food' options -- a new line of Sexy Bowls.
All stalls in Boracay's specialty food hall located in Station X are now open! Come hungry and armed with an adventurous appetite. Here's what is in store for you.
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.
Better catch this fresh deal from Fish & Co., because it's all about their classic and all-time favorite. Savor 'Just For Me Fish & Chips' for free for a minimum purchase of P750--just flash the mobile coupon using Privileges on ClickTheCity App!
The spread not only overflows with fish, clams and squid, but we felt like royalties while eating because of its outstanding ambiance. Have a look at the few dishes we tried.
Choobi Choobi's menu boasts of a slew of Filipino comfort food that's reasonably priced and that’ll have you saying, “lami kaayo!” even if you’re not Cebuano.
Formerly a seafood driven restaurant, Bait's by Joseph Margate extends its fresh and delicious offerings from the Philippine seas to meatier frontiers, and now offers special degustation dinners to delight gourmands seeking something new.
Tony Roma’s launched New Sets of Great Value Lunch Menu. With affordable prices, all delectable Main Entree comes with glass of refillable iced tea and cup of soup, for as low as P368+.
After about a month of opening its doors to customers on soft-opening, Bait's is officially open, launching with a dinner for media and guests. For seafood lovers wanting to catch fresh flavors unlike any other place in the metro, this place is something they should check out.
Erwan Heussaff's latest concept goes theatrical with food and drink. Private food tastings have commenced at The Red Light, where one can experience how a small space in Makati sparks creative ideas, conversation, and collaboration.
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?