May 5, 2017
ULAM (Main Dish) is a food documentary following the rise of the Filipino food movement via the chefs crossing over to the center of the American table. Featuring: Alvin Cailan (Egglsut, Unit 120), Nicole Ponseca & Miguel Trinidad (Maharlika, Jeepney), Romy Dorotan & Amy Besa (Purple Yam), Johneric Concordia & Christine Araquel-Concordia (The Park's Finest), Charles Olalia (Ricebar), Chase Valencia & Chad Valencia (LASA), Andre Guerrero (The Oinkster, Maximiliano, The Little Bear), and more.
May 5, 2017
One of the few activities that we look forward to each year, the recently concluded gastronomic lovefest of Madrid Fusion Manila, is no easy feat to manage and culling through more than three thousand photograph and notebooks of interviews and opinions, make the three days of flavorful encounter, one for the books each year. In its third edition, Madrid Fusion Manila creates the engaging conversation, not only about the standing of our very own cuisine but trying to connect the dots, in a bid to embrace a sense of consideration and sustainability, which we truly hope would translate into something active, instead of trendy buzzwords that we have a momentary penchant for.
May 3, 2017
The month of May is very important for Filipino food in the East Coast. The 2017 Filipino Restaurant Week, organized by the Philippine Consulate in New York, will run from May 15 to 22. Inspired by New York Restaurant Week, and now on its third year, 18 restaurants from New York and New Jersey will be serving three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner menus ranging from $10 to $35—a fraction of their usual prices. “From heritage recipes and fusion dishes to urban street food, plus favorites like lumpia (egg rolls), adobo (soy-marinated chicken or pork), arroz caldo (chicken, fish, ginger rice porridge) to halo-halo (mixed ice dessert), there is much to enjoy,” shared Consul General Ma. Theresa B. Dizon-De Vega at the kick-off event at the Philippine Center on Fifth Avenue this afternoon.
May 2, 2017
Gastronomic pulse of the Philippines most strongly felt in the capital, and more specifically, in the new district of Bonifacio Global City, adjacent to the business and shopping center of Manila. This is where you will find the most fashionable and popular restaurants and bars. And even if they are away from the historic quarter, look here is definitely worth it: in a few years, and local institutions will compete for traffic with the Spaniards built the cathedrals of XVII century and colorful Chinese cemetery ..
April 27, 2017
Just when you thought it was safe to open the Lifestyle pages, surprise! Here’s another article on Madrid Fusion Manila, the annual confab of chefs, restaurateurs, food journalists and industry members, now on the third year of its five-year license to use the trademark in Manila.