By Restos at a glance
The two restaurants this diner visited over the last two weekends both offer Filipino food. One we would tag as an “oldie but goodie,” the other we would call a new discovery. Both have their own interpretations of traditional dishes that satisfy our palate.
By Cathy Yamsuan
One bite of chef Ainer Ebue’s chicken roll and I was back in my Lola Carlota’s kitchen. In Sta. Cruz, Manila. In 1978.
By Raoul J. Chee Kee
From the outside, Banzai looks like an office building, spare and boxy save for a few standees announcing the specialties. Inside, however, is an open layout of live cooking stations taking up most of the middle portion.
Country CookingBy Micky Fenix
The food festival was billed a repeat performance of Myrna Segismundo at The Peninsula Manila. One year has passed, and now she was going to have her cooking again at The Pen’s Escolta which offers a daily buffet, and at the Lobby.
Naci Comfort Food decides to demonstrate their love to the most important meal of the day, buffet-style. Naci opened its Bountiful Breakfast Buffet last November 17, bringing the best breakfast and brunch choices, from delicious breakfast favorites like pork and beef tapa, tocino and sausages, to hangover-comforting dishes like bacon and hash browns. Fluffy mini pancakes and eggs whichever way you like them are also just some of the highlights among this solid spread.