A new Japanese Grill is in town and it boasts of refined Japanese dishes care of its own Head Chef, Takashi Kawasaki! Ichika Japanese Grill recently had its soft-opening at Pioneer Centre in Kapitolyo Pasig City this September and is inviting you to sample their choice dishes which will rival any other comfort food you have in mind. Sample their Calbi Soup, Japanese Style Potato Salad, Tori Kama-Meshi, and Tsubo-Zuke Calbi! Plus, do not forget to experience Ichika's very own Japanese grill and cook your Kushi Yaki and Gyu Harami to your heart's content! Visit Ichika at Pioneer Centre, Kapitolyo in Pasig City.
Serving continental cuisine for five years now, Black Olive is a Mediterranean wine café with a coveted list of everything you would like to experience in one place. Inspired by the owner’s many travels, Black Olive was born by recreating the best out of every adventure they have been to – whether it is the food, the ambiance, or the music.
Craving for some Vietnamese food? Check out Ba Noi’s. GA NUONG (P270). Grilled chicken marinated in lemongrass sauce. For simple flavors, fresh ingredients, and healthy dishes, we seek Vietnamese food to satisfy our cravings. Good thing, Ba Noi’s, a popular Vietnamese restaurant that serves authentic and filling dishes, has several branches around Metro Manila where we can go to for our cravings. PHO BO (P280). A perfect homemade beef noodle served with fresh herbs and spices. Ba Noi’s has undoubtedly become a talk of the town when it comes to Vietnamese cuisine because of its no nonsense preparations in serving their dishes: just the right amount of flavor but still […]
It’s every caffeine-dependent-yuppie’s dream to be in a neighborhood where the best coffee is found. In a quest for the best coffee shops around the metro, Primer discovers this quaint café that has become the talk of the town in Kapitolyo, Pasig because of its rich and flavorful concoctions. Let’s visit United Coffee. UNITED COFFEE. Your newest coffee hangout place. LIVE COFFEE MAKING. Where you can see baristas prepare your order. FOOD AND DRINKS. United Coffee’s bestsellers. With their prime passion to serve good coffee to everyone, sisters Trisha and Leslie Carlos started United Coffee in January 2016 where they dedicated themselves in creating coffee and […]
Located at the posh Marco Polo Ortigas Manila in Pasig is Lung Hin, a restaurant that serves authentic Cantonese cuisine at its finest. DINING HALL. Where you can dine in for a taste of Cantonese cuisine On the 44th floor of the luxury hotel is where you will find sumptuous treats of authentic Cantonese dishes that are carefully prepared by its executive chef Yeung Waai Hoi and his culinary team. Every dish is made as flavorful and appetizing the way they ought to be, so you are definitely in for a good treat over a fine dining setup perfect for business lunch out in the city. STEAMED SHRIMP […]
Real men rub their meat reads one of the signs on the walls of Pitmaster’s Smokehouse BBQ. While this may not mean anything to most people, barbeque enthusiasts take this to heart. A rub on any meat gives it more flavor, something you’ll get a lot of at Pitmaster’s. BEST PLACE TO GET RIBS? Only time will tell. A pitmaster, for all intents and purposes, is someone who operates a barbeque pit. At Pitmaster’s, this is the guy who’s responsible for some of the best char-encrusted meats in town. Their kitchen serves up mean ribs, with their dining area being as badass as the ribs themselves. SIMPLE, […]
Experience the best of island flavors without leaving the city at Isla Una in Pasig City. FLAVORS OF THE ISLANDS need not be experienced on an actual island. Meet Isla Una. Isla Una is a casual Filipino dining restaurant situated in Ortigas, Pasig City. Three floors of island-inspired design greet you as you enter through its doors located along Doña Julia Vargas Avenue. ISLAND FEEL. It’s like being in Boracay, El Nido, or Puerto Galera sans the beach. Each floor is designed to make you feel like you’re on an island restaurant in Boracay, El Nido, or Puerto Galera. The best place to eat, however, is […]
Buffet, you say? See Seven Corners in Crowne Plaza. Crowne Plaza’s Seven Corners restaurant Various buffet restaurants have sprouted in Metro Manila, but not all do it like Seven Corners. With its various buffet offerings, ranging from appetizers up to dessert, you know it’s the restaurant you go to, when you want to satisfy your cravings. A selection of their Japanese food offerings Known for its vast seafood offerings in their buffet, Crowne Plaza’s Seven Corners offers standout dishes for everyone. They have an international buffet setting, which gives you more options to choose for your meal. Seven Corners has seven interactive buffet stations […]
This European inspired restaurant will surely take you across Europe with their homey interior and local European cuisine. A new member of the 1771 restaurants in the metro, Café 1771 gives you a taste of European culture through the food they offer. The cozy ambiance and well-lit interiors of Café 1771 Describing itself the young and quirky sister of Chateau 1771, the cafe looks like a modest country house from the outside while the inside projects itself as a quirky yet inviting Parisian flat. The restaurant is divided into two sections: The Whimsy and The Lounge. Casual meals are a match for The Whimsy room with their mismatched chairs, comfy sofas, and […]
If there’s one thing in common between Filipinos and Australians, it’s our shared love for coffee. Even though Filipinos have discovered high-class coffee fairly recently, our taste for high-grade coffee is beginning to catch up with the rest of the world. Where’s Marcel?, an Australian coffee company, has seen the potential and wants in. WHERE FOR ART THOU. Where’s Marcel? Apparently, in the Philippines. Where’s Marcel? is a Melbourne-based coffee company that brews specialty coffee and serves light meals with a distinct Filipino touch. It got its name when the owner, Marcel Ruggieri, got lost during a trip to Brazil. Where’s Marcel? currently has three branches, with their […]
You know you love chicken. Visit Wagga Wagga Jerk Chicken for a taste of Jamaican! LET’S GO WAGGA WAGGA! See this yellow resto which will serve you great food! Photo grabbed from Wagga Wagga Jerk Chicken’s Facebook page Wagga Wagga Jerk Chicken is a restaurant that serves Jamaican food, found in Pasig City. If you’re tired of fast food fried chicken for lunch, you should try this one. It’s something new to your taste buds, as it will excite you with flavors you have never tasted before. Photo by Harvard Uy de Baron via Zomato With its bright yellow exterior, you will immediately notice this hip restaurant that serves […]