Joining the revolutionary trend towards chef-driven restaurants in the metro, French-American bistro ROUX is a welcome addition to the dining options at Greenbelt 3, showcasing Chef Joseph Margate’s signature French-American dishes. A seasoned chef who has worked in renowned restaurants such as Eleven Madison Park (New York), Jardiniere under Chef Traci Desjardins (San Francisco), Lark… Continue reading Roux joins Chef-driven restaurant movement
Soccsksargen tourism pushes food tours in the region story by Angelo Garcia Mindanao, known as the Food Basket of the Philippines, is a major source of fresh produce and livestock of the country. Because of its fertile ground and location, it’s the perfect place to grow some of the most in-demand food items in the… Continue reading Destination: Food
ZAMBOANGA CITY is a haven for seafood lovers like me; there’s no other place in the country that can boast a variety of seafood dishes – fresh, colorful, so aplenty – as much as Zambo City, and believe me, the seafood is glorious! I went to Zamboanga to participate in the Savores! Festival of… Continue reading Zamboanga Bonanza
Sisig used to be one of my least favorite dishes, mainly because I thought it tried so hard to embody many flavors at once that it often failed. Even the name sounded mediocre. During birthday parties, I would cringe when friends ordered sisig and I’d be forced to sample. Not that there were many choices… Continue reading Sisig Sans Sizzling
THE FLAVORS of the Philippines, the month-long gastronomic festival this April, now on its second year, will be bringing the celebration to Pampanga with Sisig Fiesta 2016.
THE SOUTHERMOST region of the Philippines may be known for many things, like the home province of world-renowned Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao, as the breadbasket region of the country, the tuna ‘capital’ of the country, but few know that Soccsksargen, Region 12, or Central Mindanao, is actually a culinary potpourri, filled with extraordinary food.
THE SOUTHERN Tagalog Region, (Region IV-A), which comprises the provinces of Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon, is one of the most significant culinary centers of the Philippines, not only because of the breadth and width of food choices inherently from this area, but also because of its significant contribution to Philippine heritage cuisine.