FOOD Restaurants in the Philippines
The best things can come from the humblest of beginnings, but keeping the same image is a different challenge in and of itself. This is what is so impressive about The Little Corner Breadshop. PALATABLE PASTRIES. The Little Corner Bread Shop is a little nook of heavenly pastries./PRIMER FILE PHOTO A Santa Rosa, Laguna original, The Little Corner Breadshop started off in 2002 as a 3×3-meter corner stall in the Paseo de Sta. Rosa Market. They made their name making fresh pandesal, arguably the most recognizable of Filipino breads. They make their bread fresh every hour, whether it’s their classic pandesal (which, by the way, are larger than usual), or […]
The laid-back neighborhood of in Salcedo Village, Makati holds an exotic array of eccentric bars and bistros that draws people in not only for their fine dining but also for the many choices they offer. With this, Kite Kebab Bar, located in Salcedo Village, offers you a menu of Mediterranean cuisine and street food to choose from, if you want to experience the street life that Makati has up its sleeves.
A cafe during the day, a bar at night, and an events place in one, these features make Dulo MNL stands out among other hubs in Poblacion. Upon entering, you will be greeted immediately by its playful atmosphere as the neon lights catch your attention. The place has an industrial look, with a raw and edgy vibe fit for the millennials.
Located at Fort Bonifacio, the restaurant offers seasonal dishes that will make you think of enrolling at the college soon enough to get the advantage. Restaurant 101 is, in fact, the application restaurant of Enderun—home to Alain Ducasse Institute Philippines, the leading culinary center in Southeast Asia.