Ever Heard of a Doughnut Cheeseburger?

The heart-stopping glazed doughnut burger of Offbeat Cafe! I’ve always wondered how the combination of the sweet glaze of the Krispy Kreme donut with a big meat patty, topped with cheese, ham, and egg would taste like… Finally, I have the answer.

Marko Batricevic’s Balkan Express!

The “Beef Fingers Burger” of Balkan Express Serbian cuisine is relatively unknown in Manila. Thanks to Balkan Express, foodies can now discover what it is, particularly the meat-based dishes that both Filipinos and Serbians would love. 🙂

CERCHiO’s Sisig Pizza at iba pa

The creators of Romulo Cafe have transformed some dilapidated adjacent apartments into a classy, lounge-y hangout that offers Asian-Mediterranean Fusion cuisine. No doubt, Cerchio will be a hit in the Tomas Morato area as the owners continue to show how a modern restaurant should be done. Bravo!

Gayuma ni Maria is Back!

Gayuma ni Maria was a cult favorite among Ateneans in their tiny store along Esteban Abada st.. Now, the daughter of Maria, Irene is resurrecting the same “aphrodisiac” restaurant concept near the Maginhawa Foodie st. in Sikatuna Village. Since Cucina Gayuma closed down already along Gilmore, it is about time for Gayuma ni Maria to take the baton and run away with this concept.

Wabi-Sabi’s Fernando Pho Jr. vs. Ramen Padilla

One of the unique restaurants hidden inside Malugay’s The Collective is Wabi-Sabi, the owner Ibarra’s Vegetarian Noodle House. Wabi-Sabi sums up the philosophy in life of the owner – anti-aesthetic, imperfect, unpretentious, in the moment, open and unconventional.