Adding a dash of lively colors in the once Typhoon Yolanda stricken city of Tacloban is Chew Love. I chuck a soft laugh when I heard my tricycle driver say “Ang cute pala dito ah! (This place looks cute ah!)” when he finally found the place. Borne out from the ashes of the devastation of Tacloban, entrepreneur, Coke Young-Go, found opportunity from the rubble. Chew love is a product of pouring in her creative interest from fashion, food and photography. It’s hard not to miss this restaurant with its lovely European/Country inspired theme that’s a sure head turner.
Christmas can truly be one of the most taxing times of the year. Malls are full, the streets are heavily crowded, and preparing food for a huge family takes long hours of preparation. If you’re the one who will prepare the family’s Noche Buena, help yourself make things easy by downloading the Perfect Christmas Dinner app!
Oh, how many ways can one cook a katsu? Those deep-fried cutlets almost look the same on the table but with a twist on added ingredients, sauces and way of cooking, we could see there are variety of ways to enjoy Japanese cutlets. With it’s 500-strong branches in Asia brings, Saboten Japanese Cutlet, brings its rich katsu experience in the Philippines.
It’s always a welcome treat to find young entrepreneurs like Laydeh of Cafe Cueva to add to the growing favorite eats in Baguio. Also housed in the surreal Ili-Lika Artist Village in Baguio and also a member of the Kiwing na Kahoy Food Community is Cafe Cueva. Adding to the variety of food offered in the village, Cafe Cueva has some delicious crepes, filling Chao Fan and refreshing smoothies.
It must be the cool weather, the bountiful freshness of greens in the region and the creative vibe the city of Baguio exudes that makes food tripping in Baguio so fun. A recently opened creative space called Ili-likha Artist Village, which is getting quite an attention from foodies and artists alike. A hub for healthy eating, they have a Kiwing na Kahoy Food Community and each member establishment offers something different. One we tried is Balbacua at Urban Kamote, bringing a famous Southern Philippines dish to the highlands of Baguio.