Macaroni and cheese gets even cheesier, and served as big chunky treats at The Outlook Steak & Grill.
Café Adriana is not strictly Spanish cuisine, but the familiar kind that owner Mitos Benitez-Yñiguez grew up eating and cooking for family. Think hearty, abundant with fresh Baguio produce, made from scratch, and down-home good.
This year, the MFM regional lunches by the Department of Agriculture worked on different themes per day, departing from the traditional regional focus.
Mecha Uma's Bruce Ricketts does mean tacos at their tiny taqueria down south, and this off-menu special that pops up often on a Sunday is an explosion of flavors one messy, crunchy bite at a time.
Head early to Rada Street before the lunch crowd of Legazpi Village swarms around this Jollijeep favorite: sisig and rice for only P55!
Entrepreneur and former PBB star Kian Kazemi reconnects with his Filipino roots through his Poblacion restaurant. Come hungry like a wolf at Lobo and try these dishes -- they're all for sharing and won't burn a hole in your wallet, too!
If you share her belief that food is the universal language, and that it is the best and most accessible way to exchange cultures, then her passion project 'Cross Cultures' is your next best meal waiting to happen.
Wokby 4900 addresses the needs of modern Mobile working: they have strong wifi, private rooms, charging stations, air-conditioning, and good coffee. It's a full-blown restaurant too, offering affordable rice bowls and cocktails when it's time to unwind.
Moseley, known for his roles in 'The Chronicles of Narnia' and 'The Royals' is in Manila to promote his latest film 'Carrie Pilby' in theaters March 29. Read our exclusive interview with the English actor here.
This special cheese-loaded pop-up is called 'Cheesy Like Sunday Morning' and is the perfect reason to wake up early on a weekend.