Food Archive

Infographic: How well do you know your ramen?

Maybe you enjoy the savory miso flavor of a hot bowl of ramen. Maybe you like sinking your teeth into perfectly cooked ajitsuke tamago. Heck, maybe you have been to authentic ramen shops in Quezon City and even far-flung places like Subic. Honestly, you can’t call yourself a true-blue ramen fanatic until you can accurately

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Avocado Pesto Pasta Recipe

What I really love about the avocado is that it has a multitude of uses! Mix it with honey and you have a good snack and an antibacterial facial mask. Nourish your tummy and your skin in one go! It also helps that the avocado is incredibly nutritious. Photo from: http://goodfoodeating.com/ If, like me, you start craving avocados so badly, try

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Sekitori offers sumo sized Japanese food in Ortigas!

I’ve been meaning to try authentic Japanese food in Little Tokyo since probably forever, and luckily I got to try one of Little Tokyo’s best restos, Sekitori, just ten minutes away from me. Sekitori’s Ortigas branch offers large portions of authentic Japanese food, and I suspect it’s because one of the owners is a former

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Christmas Gift Guide 2015: Food Lovers Edition

Whether your food-loving friends and family have been naughty or nice this year, they still deserve some happiness in the form of food-related goodies! Being a quirky oddball myself, I like giving thoughtful items that I find interesting and will personally use. So here’s a list of interesting, practical (yet unexpected) gift items for your

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Go-en Ramen Shoppe: Real Japanese Food

Japanese food in Metro Manila is just as common as taxes, pollution and poverty. When it comes to good Japanese food in Quezon City, however, you will need to scour the streets for something that a) won’t put a dent on your budget, b) will satiate you with a meal that satisfies your Filipino palate

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Reminisque Bistro: Nostalgic Filipino Music and Flavors

Who doesn’t want to enjoy good food while reminiscing the good old days? (Bah, probably the younger generation.) Reminisque Bistro has just opened on July 30, and it’s promising to be a relaxing music sanctuary for those yearning a break from the bustling city. Adult professionals and yuppies looking for affordable comfort grub while listening to throwback

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Café Naya: Good Coastal, Mediterranean Fusion Cuisine

You may have heard–nay, tasted–of Chef  Mikko’s ingenious dishes in  Hungry  Hound, Niner Ichi Nana and Valkyrie Nightclub. Now, he amazes us yet again with a delightful concoction of Mediterranean,  Northern African and European island cooking through Café Naya. Located at The Palace Manila, Café Naya aims to take the laid back vibe of The Palace Pool Club a notch further with

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Everyday Luxury: Good Food Paired with Affordable Wines

No joke my older brother enjoys rare to medium rare steak, and I have to admit perfectly cooked steak–even if just made at home–is awesome. When it comes to steak, though, the only thing that could be better than a nice perfect steak is steak and wine. Now serving steak and wine at the dinner table may be a

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