Noche Buena is celebrated on Christmas Eve, or midnight of the 24th of December. It is the most anticipated part of the holidays for many Filipinos because it is that time of the year when Christmas delicacies are served. Among these delicacies are a number of Filipino favorites. Find out what is served in most Filipino homes for Noche Buena.
Filipinos love big festivities with family, friends, and neighbors, so children's birthdays are always a good opportunity to throw a party. There are a couple of birthdays that are particularly important: the 1st, the 7th, and – for girls - the 18th birthday. Here is our Megacitizens guide on how a proper celebration should look like.
Get something sweet at Zucchero, be it coffee and cake in the afternoon or a Filipino dinner in the evening.
Desserts and pastries are among the most sinful words in the food business. Want to try some of the best sweet delicacies in the Philippines? Take a look at this list of Pinoy desserts and pastries – and just cross them off one by one.
Dining at Café Mary Grace is like dining at your grandmother’s where you can get your fill of pastries, cakes, and hot beverages while sitting comfortably on cushioned arm chairs.
It was 1988 when Chef Aggy’s closest friend, who worked for Philippine fast food chain Jollibee, asked Agnes Villabona to bake a cake for the former’s boss. To her surprise, her cake pushed the right buttons.
Arguably the best restaurant on the campus of the University of the Philippines (UP), the Chocolate Kiss Cafe serves superb Philippine, Asian and Western cuisine.
Marta’s Cakes, a multicolored and child-friendly pastry shop, offers not only sweet cakes in original designs, but also exiting promos for special occasions.