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Santorini : Karma

Karma-Santorini

In Karma’s Embrace   For many people, “traditional Greek” settings would mean earth-toned environs with surroundings hewn from stone and clay, brass and wood. Rough walls contrast with a peaceful atmosphere, evoking the old glory of this cradle of civilization. It is bold and raw, yet grounded and serene. Now, how about

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Making Meat Matter More  Since time immemorial, meat has been one of the most important parts of man’s everyday meal. Over time, we have developed different means of preparation and techniques of cooking. But the quest to perfect the meat dish still continues to this very day. Such is the motivation

Banh Mi: Vietnamese Cuisine at its Best

Bahn Mi VIetnamese

@nLast July, 2016, Banh Mi Kitchen a Vietnamese cuisine that procured a superb attention around Metro Manila, has finally opened at  the 4th floor of SM Megamall of Ortigas, Mandaluyong, near Fitness First.  This famed eatery is a compact food stall with six eating tables where clienteles crammed with excitement

Stop by for Churros: La Maripili in Alabang

La Maripili started as a churros shop or churreria but now it’s an authentic Spanish restaurant inspired from the Northern, more Mediterranean part of Spain, Cataluña The Queen Bee: Greatly-made Churros If you’ve tasted churros from other resto and already set standards on the quality of their churros but I’ll still give some

Taiwan in Manila: Fat Fook Taiwanese Kitchen

Taiwan, just like many Asian countries, has an incredible food culture, and there seems to be a never-ending supply of delicious and interesting foods to try. But you don’t need to be in Taiwan in order to devour its authentic dishes because Fat Fook Taiwanese Kitchen in SM North EDSA has

Shabu-Shabu Ichiban in Circuit, Makati

Do you want to know what being number 1 tastes like? Dine at the newest Japanese restaurant in town, Shabu-Shabu Ichiban. Located in Circuit Lane, Circuit Makati is the famed shabushabu restaurant from Nagoya Japan. Ichiban literally means number 1, which they are, due to their fresh, all-you-can-eat, affordable hotpot. Bringing in

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