Last Friday, I was fortunate to have been invited to a rare Omakase dinner at Nobu Manila in City of Dreams. This dinner featured our well-loved traditional Filipino recipes that were “Nobu-fied” by guest chef Ricky Estrellado, who is the Executive Chef of Nobu New York. He was in town to collaborate with Nobu Manila’s
I love brunch. Especially on Sundays, when things slow down and I get to enjoy the day with my family. Brunch means being able to wake up late and leisurely enjoy a meal — no rush and nowhere else to go! It’s time to savor every bit and flavor. Last
It’s that time again… time to list down my favorite things of the month! August found me back in Manila and back in the thick of many exciting new developments in the city. I’m talking about new restaurants and new food offerings (I’ve had a very happy tummy as of
When in Japan, make use of the efficient systems in place. We left Tokyo for Osaka on the Shinkansen train, also known as the bullet train. This line is the transportation artery that links Japan’s three largest metropolitan areas: Tokyo, Nagoya, and Osaka.
One of my favorite places that I had the opportunity to visit last year is the snow-capped, sleepy town of Niseko in Japan. Niseko is in Sapporo, the capital of Hokkaido, which is located in the northernmost part of Japan. It was a holiday that was filled with the gorgeous beauty of nature, exhilirating snow adventures