Ahh, milktea! Bless the day it was invented. Or rather, that day when some enterprising businessman decided he could flood the streets with it and the public will be grateful. Today, milk tea shops can be found almost everywhere, with new names and flavors popping up all the time.
Discover the finest wines sourced directly from estates at the World of Wine Fair
Marketplace by Rustan’s is curating the best in wine under one roof at the World of Wine Fair from September 28 to 30 at the Shangri-La Plaza Grand Atrium. Featuring premium wines sourced directly from estates and
The Common Good: I'M Hotel Poblacion in a Nutshell
If we’re talking food tripping in Makati, it’s impossible not to think of Poblacion and its many gustatory wonders. From hole-in-the-wall specialty shops to grand restaurants that serve veritable feasts, from quaint little coffee shops to celebrity-owned spots, you can find everything
Hacienda: As Mexican as it can get
Why is it that so many good Mexican and Latin-themed restaurants have been cropping up on the radar recently? Maybe it’s because the taste is really close to the Filipino palate, or maybe because we know the stuff on the menu are steeped in
Last Monday, I was invited by San Miguel Pure Foods to the launch of their upcoming exciting season of Home Foodie.
Home Foodie cooking show will be hosted by real life couple Iya Villania and Drew Arellano together with San Miguel Pure Foods Culinary Center Chef Ms. Llena Tan Arcenas, Rene
One of the things that makes Thailand a popular tourist destination is the country's delicious and unique cuisine. The Siamese Cookery House is a great place to visit if you're a fan of Thai food and would like to take the cooking skills back home with you for a taste
By Tina Punzal
I have been micro-blogging for a couple of years now — each year uniquely filled with different places to see, people to meet, things to do, stories to hear, and food to eat — all encapsulated in vivid photos with snippets of stories behind each one. And as
For travellers, the word “tour” has taken on a deeper meaning. It is more than simply walking around and looking at sights, taking pictures and tasting the cuisine. A tour has to be organized, comprehensive, and multi-layered. Of course, there’s the obvious touristy qualities, but a good tour should always
I love travelling and food. And, it couldn’t get any better every time I get a chance to join a food tour.
I’ve already been around the Europe (Madrid, Lisbon, London, Poland and Tallinn) and U.S. (Washington, New York, and San Francisco) for food tours. This time, I’d like to share
Right when we decided to have a royal-like afternoon high tea in 1885 of Eastern & Oriental - Penang, the rain poured. Although the natural light of a sunny day could have brought out the highlights of the interior design of the restaurant 1885 in Eastern & Oriental Hotel, the