Le Grand Casino du Vin at The Cellar was so much fun! It’s a unique educational wine & dine interactive experience in Manila where you get to indulge in a 4-course degustation and, at the same time, interact with other diners through 3 different games of wine roulette. You can use the chips you accumulated … Continue reading How to Beat the Le Grand Casino Du Vin? @GrandHyattManila
The Henry Suites MiraNila QC, located inside the MiraNila Heritage House and Museum, is a boutique hotel with 7 thoughtfully designed suite rooms with an Old Manila vibe. It’s a heritage-inspired staycation #LikeNoOther and a good escape in the metro to celebrate special occasions or to spend a night or two if you are attending … Continue reading The Henry Suites Miranila QC (Staycation Guide)
Lula Cafe is a mountain-view cafe secretly located in the clubhouse of Monte Vista Subdivision, the first village in Tagaytay. It’s name is inspired by the nakaka-lula (overwhelming) view of the mountains. This is a sister cafe of the underground Burrow Cafe in Antipolo by Vitty & Marie Gutierrez. The food is hearty, made from feel-good … Continue reading LULA CAFE: Tagaytay’s Secret Mountain-View Cafe by Burrow Cafe Antipolo
Read this before your next trip to Sicogon! Sicogon Island, Iloilo’s hidden gem in the north, reopened last December 19, 2022 with the resumption of Airswift flights from Manila to Sicogon and the newly re-opened Huni Sicogon Resort. This is a rising tourism leisure estate by Ayala Land in Western Visayas that’s three times the … Continue reading HUNI SICOGON Family Staycation Guide! (2023)
Antonio’s Tagaytay opens in Manila with a fine dining experience amidst luxury cars on the mezzanine of PGA Cars showroom along EDSA. Antonio’s PGA Cars features exclusive contemporary French dishes by Master French Chef Cyrille “Cicou” Soenen with Chef Tony Boy’s famed dry aged steaks and classic French desserts. Interesting ambiance with the garden replaced … Continue reading Antonio’s PGA Cars – Is it Worth It? (A Review)
Ikinari, which means “suddenly”, aims to serve you steak as fast as possible when you crave for one. I remember eating with the family in an Ikinari with no seats in Osaka, one of our most memorable steak experiences in Japan. In the Philippines, they opened a 60-seater restaurant in Mall of Asia (ground floor … Continue reading IKINARI Steak // Best NEW Steakhouse in Manila!
Lore Manila is a Filipino Fine Dining restaurant by Chef Tatung in partnership with Jackson Go of The Vikings Group and George Pua of Rico’s Lechon and the former George Town Super Steak. It’s a mainstream fine dining restaurant located in one of the prestigious malls, One Boni High in BGC. It showcases authentic Filipino … Continue reading LORE Manila by Chef Tatung | Is the 10-Course Worth It?
The Huling El Bimbo reunion concert was a surprise coming out of the pandemic; I thought they had disbanded for good. After watching the last reunion concert on YouTube over and over again during the pandemic with FOMO, I decided I won’t miss watching this. During one family meeting over dinner, ahiya Aidan (17yo) talked … Continue reading Huling El Bimbo | A Gen X & Gen Z Passing of Traditions Story
The Croissant Lady experience is one of the unique private dining experiences in Manila where you get to enjoy a croissant-themed 8-course tasting menu while having precious conversations with the Croissant Lady herself, Donatella Chua. She recently won in the Ultimate Taste Test 2022 with a rating of 4.03 for her Croissaymada. Here are some … Continue reading Croissant Lady Dining Experience in Manila!
Terraza Martinez by the Nikkei group is one the best Spanish-Mediterranean restaurants in Manila. From Spain to Siargao to Shangrila BGC, Valencian Chef Luis Martinez serves Authentic Spanish dishes malinamnam-style with seasonal seafood air-flown from Spain feat. Valencian-style Paella in a Siargao Island-inspired ambiance. Here’s what we recommend at Terraza Martinez. ABOUT TERRAZA MARTINEZ Terraza … Continue reading Terraza Martinez // Best Spanish-Mediterranean Resto in Manila by Valencian Chef Luis Martinez