PINK PANDA is a Southeast Asian Diner created by Erwan Heussaff and the Hatch 22 group, featuring Thai, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Chinese, and Filipino comfort food. This is my favorite among all the Erwan Heussaff restaurants. It offers nice Asian food execution at a good price. Check out Pink Panda… Erwan Heussaff Restaurants: HUNGRY HOUND: On Duck … Continue reading PINK PANDA MANILA: Southeast Asian Diner in Makati by @ErwanJHeussaff @PinkPandaManila
My brother Rommel who worked in Vietnam for a couple of months was craving for authentic Vietnamese food when he got back in Manila. His search led him to this authentic hole-in-the-wall Banhmi place in Makati which was opened recently by chi Anne Le. I was skeptical about this until I’ve tasted the Banhmi. Check … Continue reading BON BANHMI: The BEST Banhmi in Manila?!
P.H.A.T. PHO (short for Pretty Hot and Tempting Pho?) is the Vietnamese Resto created by Jason Hyatt of The Abaca Group in Cebu. There’s not a lot of Vietnamese flavors in Cebu, and Abaca Group’s Vietnamese concept is interesting with Vietnamese Chef Ahn Sy Hoang or Chef Bruce. In contrast to the other Abaca restos, … Continue reading PHAT PHO: A Vietnamese Kitchen @TheAbacaGroup @PhatPhoCebu
LA PETITE CAMILLE is the new American-Vietnamese resto in town by the same resto group that brought in Yomenya Goemon. It is the first Asian franchise of the original branch in 170 El Camino Real Millbrae, California established in 1993 by Phon Sui Khuu, also known as “Mamafong”. My initial impression was: it is kinda weird … Continue reading LA PETITE CAMILLE: American Vietnamese Cuisine with a Dash Of Joie De Vivre?
Related Post: Bawai, The Best Home Made Vietnamese I’ve Ever Tasted Ba Noi’s is creating a buzz in the foodie community because it is probably the closest to authentic Vietnamese restaurant in Manila. It is authentic in terms of the imported ingredients used, their chef (who is Vietnamese) (it is confirmed that the pinoy chefs … Continue reading Ba Noi’s – Secret Vietnamese Hole-in-the-Wall in Makati
They are proud of their heritage and you can see the photos of Lani’s mom, Ba Lan (vietnamese from Hanoi); Lani’s dad, Pert Valido (Filipino who worked for the Philippine Navy); and Lani’s grandma, Ba Thao who is the source of their vietnamese cooking skills…. Check out the Menu below: Cha Gio Menu: Spring Rolls, Noodles, Specialty Items Beverage, Dessert and Deli Corner Vietnamese Noodles Topping (P79+) with Beef, Chicken and Pork.