Our search for good lobster rolls in Manila is over. We found them in the kitchen of Lawrence Cua and Iya Jimenez, the husband-and-wife team behind Bun Appetit.
Having lived in New York and visited Singapore and Hong Kong a few times too many, I, with friends and other ramen enthusiasts, would usually salivate at the mere mention of Ippudo, known for its rich Tonkotsu-based ramen. The silky broth is intense with the taste of pork, and is too good to share.
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.
Although the dining details for the much-awaited visit of Pope Francis in January have yet to be planned, a caterer is planning to delight the papal palate with various versions of the popular chicken adobo identified as being Filipino.
Size apparently matters at Teddy’s Bigger Burgers.