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Elbert's Upstairs Bar doesn't aim to impress as much as it aims to please, and that alone is impressive.
There is certainly no dearth of bars in BGC, but Elbert Cuenca’s new speakeasy offers something that isn’t common in the midst of The Fort ‘s constant hustle: a calm and stylish lounge that serves honest-to-goodness cocktails. A bonus: They won’t cost ...
 
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A favorite sushi joint from Sapporo, a tea spot run by two tea sommeliers, an art gallery at Louis Vuitton, and more.
A mere four hours away, Tokyo is a vacation hotspot for Filipino tourists. After a few visits, you might fall into the habit of visiting the same haunts. Refresh your Tokyo stay with these new options for your itinerary below:Recently opened establishments ...
 
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Did someone say chocolate?
New York City is a gourmand's paradise and for each of its known savory dishes, there is a dessert that rivals it in deliciousness.From chocolate and ice cream to cannolis and tiramisu, these are the NYC spots where you can indulge your sweet tooth.A ...
 
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At these spots, tea time is an art form.
Undoubtedly, the best way start a London vacation is with afternoon tea. Not only is it a leisurely activity that doesn’t require much energy, but each seating comes with enough caffeine to ensure you kick the jet lag on day one of ...
 
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The Moment Group shares why they've lasted.
Just how long does a moment last? Six years ago, when the local restaurant industry was just starting to boom, entrepreneurs Abba Napa, Eli Antonino, and Jon Syjuco decided to strike while the proverbial iron was hot.Restaurants were having a moment, they observed, and so they christened ...
 
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Let Michelin-starred chefs handle the heavy lifting this holiday.
There's so much to love about Christmas Day, but the holiday is hardly without its stresses. After spending weeks whittling down your gift shopping list, wrapping all of those presents, not to mention the travel and the late-night holiday parties, you're ready ...
 
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He says he will never cook outside his home turf again.
It was Gaggan Anand’s last time ever to cook a meal in the Philippines.“Enjoy the last dish I will ever cook in this restaurant, or in the Philippines,” said Anand as he served us a chocolate dessert splashed with rainbow colors.Anand is ...
 
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Here's your glassware guide for water and juice to all the different kinds of wine.
In a formal dining setting, there can be at least four glasses on the table. To help you tell which is which and what is what, we took the liberty of listing down each kind for the benefit of both entertainers and ...
 
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Four of Asia's top chefs collaborate for a one-of-a-kind dinner that highlights Philippine ingredients.
Four of Asia's top chefs will be sharing a kitchen on November 27, Tuesday, at Flame Restaurant, Discovery Primea. Coming together for the Asian Culinary Exchange 2018 are Vicky Cheng (Michelin-starred VEA in Hong Kong), Woo Wai Leong (MasterChef Asia), 2016 Best Female ...
 
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Here are just some highlights from the exclusive six-course four hands dinner.
On November 28, two of Manila’s young chefs will join hands to present A FOURtaste OF THINGS TO COME, a dinner at the Peninsula Manila’s signature restaurant Old Manila.Priced at P4,500 net per person, the dinner is an offshoot of the Salu-salo ...
 
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Check out what was on the menu when Makati Shangri-La welcomed its new general manager.
It felt like we had been transported through time and space when Sage Bespoke Grill was transformed into what felt like a cabaret in old Shanghai, at the Absolutely Fabulous Asians party at Makati Shangri-La. We were welcomed with a carving of crisp ...
 
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Truly Rich People can be quite funny.
I really want to know more about my friends, so when Town&Country Philippines hosted its Fab Dine Around event (This is a marvelous idea! Why put together a party when you can have 61 restaurants do it for you?), I took the ...
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