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From thick to thin, New York to Neapolitan, stuffed crust to Hawaiian, the options for the best pizza in Manila are aplenty.
Not all pizza is created equal. Some pies are thin and crisp, some are thick and chewy. Some thrive on simplicity, some come bedecked with every topping possible. Some can bring you to the bustling streets of New York, others can transport ...
 
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Yes, you can have everything you want.
As one legendary drag queen keeps saying, “There’s always time for a cocktail!” We agree, and must add there’s also always time for coffee. If you think about it, both drinks serve the same purpose: They’re both designed to be consumed slowly, they're ...
 
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The powerful flavors and rich, familiar culture of Spanish cuisine will forever be tied to ours.
Spanish food, a diverse cuisine inspired by its equally diverse heritage, is a Filipino constant. After all, who doesn't love tapas? We’ve seen many restaurants through the years woo the Filipino palate through powerful flavors and a rich, familiar culture that will ...
 
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These 24-hour restaurants are here to solve your food problems, day in and day out.
Anybody can attest to the fact Filipinos love to eat, and unfortunately for us, food cravings know no time. It’s probably for these very reasons that 24-hour restaurants exist, especially in the city where the lines between late nights and early mornings ...
 
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The company has big plans for the Philippines.
Manila has become quite the hot spot for new eating places—there's always to try in the local food scene. Lately, we've been seeing a lot of international burger chains—from Shake Shack's very first Manila outpost to In-N-Out's pop-up—and it looks like Japan-based burger chain MOS Burger is coming next!According to ...
 
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Elbert's Pizzeria will not stop until it gets that perfect crust.
The sign is up, but the glass wall enclosing Elbert’s Pizzeria is still covered with Manila paper. This implied exclusivity seems to be enough to inform the public that, while there appears to be some activity inside, the establishment is not accepting walk-ins—not ...
 
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Here are the best places in Manila where you should start your day
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and we're often told that we can get away with eating a lot of it. Many, however, are quick to admit to skipping this morning meal for a little more time in bed ...
 
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The restaurant industry is a game of survival. Take it from these 11 chains that continue to thrive today.
Many of us know that Toho in Binondo is the oldest restaurant in the Philippines. With a history that took root in 1888 (Rizal was allegedly a customer) and a revamp in the 1980s after the original burned down, Toho is a ...
 
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Ahead of the franchise’s much-awaited opening, Michael Concepcion reveals why the brand is poised to be a game-changer.
“What makes Elephant Grounds so great is the sum of its parts, how it all comes together,” says Michael Concepcion, the retailer and restaurateur, who's been on top of the whole process of bringing the café franchise from Hong Kong to Manila’s shores.This, ...
 
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It's also a limited edition.
If you know your Pancake House history, then you would know the first Pancake House was opened just outside Magallanes Village in 1970 by a group of pioneering women who wanted to diversify the rice-heavy Filipino diet. By 1974, more partners swooped ...
 
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Chicken rooted in tradition, with a design that is very now.
Filipinos and chicken—two entities that just work together. Over the years, Filipinos have come up with numerous lists of favorites and go-to restaurants to satisfy their chicken fix. Fried, roasted, steamed, grilled—the availability of options shows just how much we love this humble ...
 
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There were rumors of a fire at Discovery Primea that night, but only the skills of Dedet dela Fuente and chef Luis Chikiamco were burning hot.
You prepare for a Lechon Diva dinner the way you would a marathon. The journey is different, of course, and so is the goal, but both require an intense level of hunger, drive, and endurance, all of which will find you slumped in ...
 
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The best ribs in Manila are smoking.
This list has been done and debated many times over. The best ribs platter in Manila has always been a contentious topic for a country of meat lovers.Finding the best ribs in Manila depends on who's looking. Some opt for spicy, some like ...
 
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Shake Shack Manila burgers are the third cheapest in the world.
After 10 months of waiting, Shake Shack Philippines finally opened at Central Square BGC yesterday, May 10, to a hungry crowd.The line started as early as 10:30 p.m. the previous night and snaked all the way around the mall (which opened at ...
 
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It's Savage's first anniversary.
At this point, we know that only good things come out of the collaborations between top chefs, so when Savage, Manila's modern open-fire restaurant, announced its first anniversary with a charitable six-hands dinner, we knew something wonderful and delicious was imminent.Savage's one-night-only "6 Hands Across the Earth" ...
 
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Khao Khai Thai Chicken House is run by the same people behind Crying Tiger.
Picture this: You are craving Thai food. You imagine a table crowded with tom yum goong, green chicken curry, som tum, and, of course, pad thai. You make your way over to the newly opened Thai restaurant in Poblacion in the hopes ...
 
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Italian cuisine is having a renaissance and it's happening in Manila,
Carbs are delicious. Italian carbs—even better. There's nothing compared to the culinary rewards you get in the best Italian restaurants in Manila. We don't have to explain why Italian cuisine is beloved the world over; food-crazy Metro Manila is no exception. Filipinos cannot ...
 
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From kwek-kwek to kare-kare, Filipino food is colorful, interactive, yet refined at Hapag
“It’s Filipino,” replies chef Thirdy Dolatre, when asked to describe the concept of Hapag. It doesn’t claim to be modern. It doesn’t promise classics with twists. It doesn’t even aim to redefine anything. It’s simply, humbly, proudly Filipino.Yet the restaurant is void ...
 
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You're only limited by your imagination.
In a few days’ time, Shake Shack Philippines will be opening the doors to its first Philippine location (ICYMI: May 10, 11 a.m., at Central Square BGC), treating Filipinos to world-class burgers, fries, and hotdogs.If you’re familiar with the brand, then you ...
 
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Get your stomachs ready.
Shake Shack is coming.In July 2018, Shake Shack announced that, in partnership with Stores Specialist Inc., it was opening in the Philippines. In December, it was confirmed that Shake Shack would take up space on the ground floor of Central Square mall, Bonifacio ...