The second act of the administration opened with a great tempest, a rabble swarming with unrest at the web of plunder and an increasingly vocal opposition shifting into high gear for 2016.
Chef Robby Goco has got his finger on the pulse of the country’s bustling food scene. His restaurants always leave an impression and become much talked about—from Tequila Joe’s and Cyma, to Charlie’s Grind and Grill, Achiote and, most recently, Green Pastures. He gets things right and seems to know what the people want.
In one popular Makati restaurant, the story goes, the staff will serve their rich, delectable ramen only if they still have the soup stock that goes with it. Once they’ve ran out of their soup stock (which could happen late in the evening), they won’t serve ramen to any customer. Not even, it has been rumored, if the customer is a political bigwig.