PERSIA GRILL serves Middle Eastern cuisine using heirloom recipes from Kian Kazemi’s grandmother’s kitchen in Tehran, Iran (formerly Persia). The restaurant also offers Filipino favorites of the Kazemi family. I had a food trip with Kian at Persia Grill BGC. He shared with me his favorites and the best way to enjoy the food at … Continue reading PERSIA GRILL BGC: The Best of Persia Grill with Kian Kazemi @PersiaGrillPH
11/4/14 Update: Check out BLE+ Plus: Craving for Authentic Home-Style Greek Flavors in Manila? BLÉ is an authentic, Home-style Greek Food bistro & deli by Yiannis Trifyllis located along Aguirre Ave. in BF, Parañaque. The name stands for “Blue” in Greek. I’ve been craving for Greek and Mediterranean flavors recently, so we decided to give Blé a try. Here’s our experience… … Continue reading BLÉ: Real Greek Food in Manila by Yiannis Trifyllis (A Review)
RAMBLA is a Spanish Mediterranean restaurant from the owners of LAS FLORES, with Spanish Chef Pepe Lopez as head chef, and named after the famous street La Rambla in Barcelona. They specialize in Catalan Spanish food with Mediterranean influences. Its modern menu is like VASK, using Modern Gastronomy techniques, plus LU’s Mediterranean food. It … Continue reading RAMBLA Rockwell: Spanish Mediterranean Cuisine by Chef Pepe Lopez @RamblaPH
I can still remember sitting along the beach, watching the sun set as I enjoyed my Lamb Tagine in KASBAH. The vibe, the food, the setting were all perfect. It’s no wonder then that I got excited to learn Kasbah would be opening a branch on the Fort Strip. Finally, we now have a decent … Continue reading KASBAH’s Moroccan Cuisine from Boracay to BGC!
Yes, we now have a decent Moroccan restaurant in town. Most yuppies and business people are flocking to Lu (named after Luis, the owner) for a good meal of Moroccan/Mediterranean food. The place converts into a bar by 10pm — this is one of those restaurants where you won’t see any kids dining. Some people … Continue reading Lu Moroccan/Mediterranean Restaurant
I love Mediterranean food specially the authentic ones which gives you a different and unique taste aside from the filipinized mid-east food you find in the malls.
…The Menu Soup and Appetizers Seafood and Meat from the grill, Cooked Dishes Pressure Cooker Dishes, Rice and Drinks Shee Sha Flavors Tea, Coffee and Sweets All of their dishes are served with this thick kind of arabic bread. … This is a one way street so just follow Mabini street and after the Hyatt stop light intersection, you have to turn left along Salas street.
This is indeed a “flourishing” resto as its name suggest in greek, and anybody can attest that the food is great 🙂 Although the food are a bit on the expensive side and not to mention that they increased the prices by 10% in their mall outlet. … (Note: only on weekdays 🙂 But Edsa Shang gave me enough good reason to brave the Edsa traffic and park on the 6th floor cinema level with its steep long winding road just to enjoy the dishes of Cyma.
…You know what, this is really a perfect place for a Father’s day celebration on June 18, and after a Cyma meal we’ll give our father’s day gift of a ringside ticket to the Pacquiao – Larios Fight on July 2.
The first time, I saw Manos Greek Taverna with its inviting blue and white structure, I hesitated to try it out because of the fear of being disappointed with a Filipino-style Greek cuisine similar to Mati in Rockwell.
…Although, it looks like a canteen atmosphere inside, I would give credit to Manos for putting in the effort to give his guests a greek ambiance by posting pictures of Crete and other greek designs. … It tasted like beef omelet with vegetables and potato but the ingredients blended very well to give you a unique taste that you’ll surely go back for more.