New Favorites at Arroz Ecija

Arroz Ecija is a new dining concept which specializes in Filipino Spanish cuisine. It is actually from the same group which brought us XO46 Heritage Bistro and Oye Tapas and Grill. Andrew Masigan of the Advent Hospitality Group is one of the brains behind this new concept.

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The Tennis Foodie x Mortar & Pastry Giveaway

I remember making my own recipe of Cucumber Orange Cupcake in collaboration with Oster and KitchenAid Philippines. It was a very nice feeling making my own signature cupcake recipe.

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Great Food Docking at Anchor Point Diner

Great food starts at home. It’s very rare that we see a regional food business making waves in the metro. Recently, I discovered a restaurant in San Rafael, Mandaluyong which traces it roots to my hometown in Batangas – Anchor Point Diner.

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Tous Les Jours SM Bacoor Now Open!

Tous Les Jours is one of the leading provider of quality breads and pastries in the country. Tous Les Jours (TLJ) is a French-Asian artisan bakery that provides best quality produce on a daily basis. The brand came from a French phrase which means “every day.” The bakery offers five-star friendly service to each customers.

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Filipino Favorites at Ombu Kusina

The restaurant features freshly-prepared traditional and modern Filipino cuisine that’s guaranteed to tickle your tastebuds and bellies. The local favorites and foreign dishes were given a new twist by adding a unique and distinctive Filipino touch.

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5 Fun Reasons to Visit Macau

Asia’s incredible cultural heritage, centuries of vivid history, and a multitude of various influences from all over the globe make it the prime destination for avid travelers. However, the spotlight-thieves such as Hong Kong and Singapore are finally starting to make room for other, equally astounding destinations – and Macau is at the very top of that list!

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