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MANILA – Japan’s famous Menya Kokoro has finally opened their first mazesoba shop in Philippines. The branch is located at the bustling and beautiful Uptown Mall in Taguig. The restaurant was first opened by Chef Takuma Ishikawa shop in 2013. And after just one year later, Menya Kokoro received the Best Mazesoba Award in Japan. Menya Kokoro has already expanded to other countries including Canada, Korea, Indonesia, Singapore. Now us

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Domestic fast-food giant Jollibee Foods Corp. (JFC) is mounting its footprint in Vietnam as it plans to put up 20 to 30 new stores a year. JFC Chief Executive Officer Ernesto Tanmantiong, after the company’s stockholders’ meeting on Friday stated, “We look at the population of Vietnam which is close to 95 million, about the same in the Philippines and still fast-growing market so there is a lot of opportunities.”

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MANILA — Celebrity chef Rob Pengson, who formerly helmed The Goose Station’s pricey ‘degustacions’, is currently offering one of the bang-for-the-buck (if not ‘the’ most affordable) 10-course tasting menus in Manila. So, if you fancy a 10-course for only a P1,200? In Poblacion’s Esqinita, that’s 100% possible. Hailing itself a modern carinderia, Esqinita, off Makati Avenue at P. Guanzon Street in Poblacion, serves up hip versions of familiar Pinoy dishes

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MANILA — Chino MNL may seem intimidating and mysterious to those just passing by that stretch of park at One Bonifacio High in the center of Bonifacio Global City. With just ‘Chino’ plastered onto the big glass windows, it doesn’t tell the prospective diner much. An example to which it doesn’t scream that this restaurant with modern-industrial interiors is the second branch of a celebrated Hong Kong restaurant, nor does

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Cheese in Cebu? Who doesn’t love cheese? Cut straight from the block or fried and melted, by itself or as a topping, cheese is a food item enjoyed anytime of the day. In celebration of National Cheese Day tomorrow, here are six cheese-tastic dishes from restaurants. For all the cheese lovers out there, this is for you! 1) Cheese Ribs from Fat Dois Where: A.S. Fortuna St., Banilad, Mandaue City

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In the fourth time so far, the famous American burger chain set up a pop-up store in Manila to sell its products. Which begs the question, will In-N-Out finally open a branch in the Philippines? Pinoy fans were able to get a taste of In-N-Out burgers around 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Monday, via a pop-up store at Blackbeard Seafood Island at Venice Piazza in Taguig City. Unsurprisingly, these

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City of Dreams Manila amps up sustainability efforts with a holistic initiative on coffee and coffee making, further enhancing its eco-efficient operations. Not only does its source coffee beans from local farmers, it also repurposes the used coffee grounds as organic fertilizers, and recycles the coffee capsules used in its guest rooms. “As a socially and environmentally-responsible business, we are always looking for ways on how we can strengthen our

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When Shake Shack finally opens its doors to the public, expected long queues apparent at Central Square in Bonifacio Global City come May 10th. “Did ya hear? We’re opening on May 10 at Central Square BGC!” read a post on the Shake Shack Philippines Facebook page on Monday. The famous American burger joint was brought to the country by the luxury retailer SSI Group. As the first Philippine branch of

PH's Toyo Eatery among 50 best restaurants in Asia

According to an annual list that takes in votes from hundreds of food experts across Asia, a restaurant in Makati City now holds the distinction of being considered as the best place to eat in the Philippines. Jordy Navarra’s Toyo Eatery is the lone Filipino restaurant to have made it in the prestigious list of the 50 Best Restaurants in Asia, it was announced at a ceremony in Macau this

Agricultural damage caused by El Niño reaches P464 million

Agricultural damage triggered by the El Niño in the Pacific Ocean stretched P464.27 million as of Monday, March 11, based on data from the Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM) Operations Center of the Department of Agriculture (DA). 22,918 metric tons (MT) of crops have been affected, mostly corn and rice, and 13,679 hectares (ha) of agricultural lands. Production loss for rice had gotten to P377.9 million, or 17,232 MT