I’m not the pickiest eater, but for someone who loves traveling, I’m not the type of person who would dig into an unfamiliar dish. I know that food is one of the best ways to experience a culture, but it wasn’t until I started exploring more places that I learned how to appreciate new flavors.
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I have always been a fan of trying new food. Although I started out with a very picky palette, I eventually improved through the years of constant exposure to new food. I’m no cook (how I wish that I was!) so my skills on deconstructing taste still needs a lot of practice, but I know
Chaplin, currently on its soft opening, is a restaurant that offers fusion dishes heavily inspired by the near east regions, most especially Israel. Serving different menus for breakfast and lunch, as well as fresh breads in the morning, there is more food to explore in this restaurant than most of what others are offering.
I have always been a fan of everything tex-mex. I love their distinguished use of herbs, that extra kick of spices, and everything that’s cheesy and delicious that comes to this type of dishes. Although I’ve only been to a couple of places in the metro, I always make it a point to go back to
Bursting with people and great food finds, Poblacion in Makati is turning into a hangout place for refreshing drinks and savory dishes after work. I am rarely in Makati and if I am, the time that I spend there won’t really allow me to explore the area. I live in the north, and much like in
Tucked in the busy streets of Maginhawa, The Pilgrim is a small casual dining restaurant that serves a variety of food inspired by the travel adventures of head chef, Dennis Tan. If you’re looking for a decent place to eat in the area, then this place is a good choice.