The month of June will not be complete without the celebration of Father’s Day. Continue Reading
Went to Solaire Resort & Casino yesterday to try their all you can eat dim sum lunch at Red Lantern. Continue Reading
The cuisine of Africa is variant because this large land mass is home to many cultures. The daily foods in Africa are so different in each and every area. So touring this continent will be a feast worth remembering. There are five regions in Africa, each region having their own style of preparations and consumption. Continue Reading
All human beings are food lovers; it is a common part of human nature. There are countless cuisines with different variations of different countries and culture. The tasty dishes give happiness to the person. It merely depends upon the person’s taste. There are different dishes available and people search for their comfortable servings. There’s lots of difference in preparing food for your own dining table and vice versa. Apart from the daily bread we taste many new flavours. In that Filipino cooking is famous. Experiencing such a good food at your own table will be really awesome. You can find yourself enjoying these dishes. Few of the delicious recipes should be experienced which are mentioned below: Continue Reading
It is traditional for the Japanese to give out during the New Year boxes of sweet rice cakes known as mochi. It is believed that if you give mochi to your family and friends, you are wishing them good health and fortune for the coming year. Continue Reading
Want to enjoy authentic Korean Food? Chef’s Noodle, one of the best tasting noodle in Korea is finally here! Continue Reading
Reward yourselves with our delectable Japanese buffet selections fit for royalties! Roboto San Japanese Grill Buffet is ready to serve you on their soft opening! Price per head is only Php 599. Visit Roboto San at the 2nd Floor, Crossroads, 32nd St., Bonifacio Global City.
Foodies alert! A new Japanese restaurant, Roboto San, will open this March 2012.
Johnny Chow’s latest Facebook status says
From the makers of SumoSam, John and Yoko, Marciano’s, and Mr. Kurosawa, we present you the newest member of our family – Get ready for the coming of Roboto San: Japanese Grill Buffet… Saving the planet… SOON! Opening this March 2012!!!
I’ve tried Mr. Kurasawa and if that’s any indication of what Roboto San will be then I’m getting myself ready. Plus I haven’t been in a Japanese buffet so I’m excited to try this!
2nd Floor, Crossroads
Fort Bonifacio, Global City
Went to Mr. Kurosawa in Resorts World Manila last Wednesday to have dinner with fellow Filipino food bloggers.
Take a look at the pictures of Mr. Kurosawa dishes below. I’ll post a separate blog about my Mr. Kurosawa experience.
Eastwood Branch: 118A Ground Floor, Eastwood Mall, Libis, Quezon City
Newport Branch: UNit F&B-1B2nd floor, Newport Mall, Resorts World Manila, Pasay City
Sariwon Korean Barbecue Restaurant is coming to the Philippines.
Established in Seoul with over forty years’ of history, Sariwon is a popular Korean barbecue restaurant. It is well-known for its delicious and authentic Beef Bulgogi. But BBQ is not the only option as they also offer soups and noodles.
Sariwon is known for having a central oven grill at each table where friends and families could enjoy the food being prepared in front of them. Yes, like YakiMIX.
It was awarded “Best Korean Restaurant” by the Seoul Metropolitan Government. Sariwon currently has 3 branches in Seoul, with a plan to add more branches in the coming years.
Happy Foods Corporation is bringing in this modern casual dining master franchise from Seoul, Korea. There’s no date yet but Sariwon will open its first store in the Philippines soon.
With its legacy, authenticity, and attention to quality, Sariwon is poised to capture the Philippine market and become a beloved brand to the Filipino.
The vision for Sariwon Philippines is to be the only modern, classy, casual Korean restaurant offering tender & delicious grilled beef dishes and wine pairings that facilitates happy bonding with family and friends.
I love ramen so I invited Sinful Spoon, went there, and tried it for myself.
When we got there, there were just two occupied tables. It’s a weekday and they’re new so maybe that’s why?
Ramen X offers rice bowls and ramen. Rice bowls of Gyudon, Teriyaki Chicken, Minced Pork, Minced Pork with Egg, and Braised Pork Tamago. The ramen on their menu are Shoyu Ramen, Shio Ramen, Miso Ramen, and Karaage Ramen.
I wanted to try Oishi Ramen but it wasn’t available so I ordered Karaage Ramen instead. Karaage Ramen is a soy based chicken noodle.
Sinful Spoon ordered Kimchi Ramen, a soy based kimchi roast pork noodle.
Ramen X offers affordable ramen and it’s warm and tasty. If you’re on a budget, they’re worth a try. But if you’re looking for a really sumptuous Japanese ramen, you may want to look elsewhere.
Sinful Spoon and I went to Binondo during this year’s Chinese New Year and one of our food stop was Tasty Dumplings.
Tasty Dumplings serves tasty, affordable Chinese foods.
620 Ongpin Street, Binondo