By Irene C. Perez
Franks Craft Beers offers hot dogs fit for high-rollers, and imported cold beer to pair with them. But, for now, the place is for adults only. That’s because the pub—named “Franks” after frankfurters—is located inside the casino of Resorts World Manila, and one has to be at least 21 to enjoy its American-style hot dogs done in Filipino flavors.
By Norma Chikiamco
In 2006, Amy Besa and Romy Dorotan came up with an in-depth book on Philippine cuisine titled “Memories of Philippine Kitchens.”
By Alex Y. Vergara
Shopwise Alabang, the first in a chain of 13 hypermarkets that opened 16 years ago, was relaunched early this month as part of Rustan’s Supercenters Inc.’s (RSCI) efforts to be more responsive to changing consumer needs.
By Raoul J. Chee Kee
The town of Balayan in Batangas province is not where one expects to find an Italian restaurant. Specialty restaurants tend to be more popular in the cities. Yet, for a couple of years now, Chez Deo Ristorante Italiano has been feeding locals and visitors alike with its take on Italian cuisine.
By Angelo Comsti
Tuguegarao fed me and my friends well. Among our guilty pleasures were a whole organic lechon with skin so crisp we snacked on it like chips, and the Imelda fish (bighead carp), which we found at the Don Domingo Wet Market and had our hotel chef cook it as sinigang and grilled steaks.