Dining at greater heights and watching the sun setting in the cityscape are one of the many things that diners love about Vivere Hotel's The Nest, formerly known as Skylounge.
Leche Flan (Spanish for milk flan) is the Philippine version of crème caramel or flan, a sweet custard dessert with caramel topping that is popular around the world.
Sinigang is a hot and sour soup, with varying vegetables and either pork, beef, chicken, fish, or shrimp. The sour flavor comes from fresh tamarind or tamarind soup base. Sinigang na Baboy, or pork sinigang, is one of the most popular soups of the Philippines.
Pancit is the Philippine version of noodles. They are of Chinese origin and can be found in every canteen and on every party. Pancit Bihon is probably the most popular and common form of this comfort food. Having some people over for a house warming or birthday celebration? Here is what you should serve your guests.
Adobo is the most typical Philippine dish. The term generally describes a traditional cooking process in which meat, vegetables or seafood are marinated and simmered in soy sauce, vinegar, oil and garlic. Here is how to prepare Chicken Pork Adobo, one of the most popular Adobo versions.
Being a vegetarian does not mean you can't enjoy the traditional cuisine of the country on a regular base. Bodhi is a casual and inexpensive chain of restaurants, located mainly in shopping malls, that serves vegetarian and vegan Filipino food.
Once an abandoned warehouse by the shores of Manila Bay, this place is now one of the first addresses for great seafood and romantic evenings near Roxas Boulevard.