If there’s one type of love that can stay forever in the food world, it’s our love for fried chicken.
There’s a lot going on in Bonifacio High Street Central Square nowadays. There are things going down, getting built, and some things? Well, some things are getting better. Like one of the pioneering places in that slice of Bonifacio Global City, Stella: Wood Fire Bistro.
by Nines Licad
Filipinos are such masterminds when it comes to making names, but to name a Filipino bistro with a term such as Kabila, which means ‘other side’, is simply clever.
Inside the commercial compound of Industria Circulo Verde is a hidden gem of a restaurant that offers delicious Japanese Curry, tasty Wasabi Gyoza, refreshing White Water Drink, and silky Japanese Pudding. This homegrown gem is called Omori Curry.
Along 13 Ubay St. in Banawe, Quezon City is a restaurant called 13 Ubay St. Comfort Dining that serves global cuisine. Having the restaurant’s name the same as its address is quite clever because that way, the diners will have an easy time remembering the location and the place.
Working lunches never tasted this good.
If you’re on a lookout for a co-working space in Makati, there’s a new place in town along Paseo de Roxas. Paseo 59C is the newest baby of restaurateurs, Jean Paul and Patricia Cheung, the same couple who brought to us Good Earth Roasts in BGC.