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The Old Manila’s French Revolution

I have tons of great memories of the Peninsula Manila’s Old Manila. A restaurant where we spent many a special occasion during my growing up years. The last time I was there was more than 3 years ago when chef’s from The Sailor Club in Au...
by Tales From The Tummy on Mar 31, 2016

Fireside By Kettle Heats Up Powerplant Mall

Fireside by Kettle opens their 2nd branch at the Power Plant Mall in Rockwell. It is located in the outdoor restaurant row beside Via Mare and is much smaller than the Megamall branch. They’ve added a couple of tables outside which was quite co...
by Tales From The Tummy on Mar 22, 2016

Harpoon Willies

I can’t tell you that I’m a regular at Harpoon Willies. When I walk in, no one winks at me a knowing wink. No one gives me a head nod, the sort you’d give a friend when you saw him. No one really, particularly, especially cares.  B...
by Lake Geneva Real Estate on Mar 9, 2016

Appetizer Crawl in Anguilla

A Guide to a ‘Progressive Dinner’ on Anguilla I never consider myself a foodie, but I’ve begun to appreciate a nice evening out much more as I’ve gotten older. It’s not solely the food, though that’s clearly an int...
by The Traveling Scholar on Feb 2, 2016

Soda & Swine Liberty Station

I had a day date with my favorite girl while the boys went to the zoo and then watched hockey. V and I started with a bit of pampering at home, had lunch at Soda & Swine in Liberty Station and then went the Disney on Ice show. We came home ju...
by August Joy Studios on Jan 25, 2016

A pigeon, wrapped in a mystery, inside an Enigma at Palazzo Versace

“My favourite was the duck…” “The duck? I didn’t have duck. Did you steal my duck?” “I did no such thing – I saw you with it. In fact, I think I heard you groan.” “That was the pigeon. My fa...
by the hedonista on Jan 20, 2016

New York City’s Best Brunch: Sadelle’s in Soho for Jewish Favorites like Bagels, Lox and Amazing French Toast

by TravelingPanties on Jan 3, 2016

Village Tavern’s World of Burgers

Village Tavern is our hands down favorite restaurant from the Bistro Group. Corporate Chef Josh Boutwood has room to flex his culinary prowess with more experimental dishes. He recently came up with a quartet of burger creations that are inspired by...
by Tales From The Tummy on Nov 9, 2015

No Reservations in Kapitolyo

No Reservations is a new restaurant that serves Asian cuisine with a twist. Located in the same complex as Nav, Uncle Moe’s and Taco Vengo in Kapitolyo. They’ve just been open a few weeks only when I visited. Parking is quite hard in fron...
by Tales From The Tummy on Nov 8, 2015

Hertog Jan (Gert De Mangeleer) – Zedelgem

Willkommen im Garten. So oder so ähnlich könnte das Motto des „neuen“ Hertog Jan seit dem Umzug im letzten Jahr lauten. Die neuen Räumlichkeiten und der riesige Garten, aus welchem sogar im Winter mehr als 70% der im Restaurant verwend...
by The Important Stuff on Sep 10, 2015

Top Ten Things to do in Cincinnati, Ohio: Including The Best Cincinnati Art Museums, the Cincinnati Zoo, the Aquarium and the Best Restaurants

Cincinnati, Ohio may not be on your radar in terms of luxury travel destinations–but it should be! It was just written up in Saveur magazine as being the next big food city and this is something I have been saying for years! And you can enjoy a...
by TravelingPanties on Aug 28, 2015

Cantinho do Avillez (José Avillez) – Lissabon

José Avillez ist einer der bekanntesten Köche Portugals. Er betreibt diverse Restaurants in Lissabon und Porto. Von der Pizzaria Lisboa (ausgezeichnete Pizza!) bis zum mit zwei Michelin Sternen ausgezeichneten Belcanto. Avillez ist TV-Star, Kochbuc...
by The Important Stuff on Jul 30, 2015

Best Restaurants for Late-night Dining in London

New York might be the city that never sleeps, but London follows pretty close behind. At least that’s true when it comes to its late night dining options. Now you can enjoy a meal at some of the best restaurants in London… 24 hours a day! ...
by EuropeUpClose.com on Jul 24, 2015

The NoMad (Daniel Humm) – New York City

Das NoMad ist Daniel Humm’s zweites New Yorker Restaurant. Es ist beherbergt im Hotel gleichen Namens am Broadway in NYC. Die Hotelfassade gibt sich, wie die gesamte Nachbarschaft, äusserlich eher bescheiden. Sobald ich die schöne und massive...
by The Important Stuff on Jul 17, 2015

Momofuku Shōtō (David Chang) – Toronto

Dave Chang eröffnete seinen Momofuku Ableger in Toronto im Herbst 2012. Eigentlich sind es mehrere Ableger unter einem Dach. Ein neuer Glaswürfel neben dem Shangri-La Hotel beherbergt die Noodle Bar, Nikei, Daishō und Shōtō. Hier kriegt man also...
by The Important Stuff on Jun 30, 2015

primerestaurants: “Best rooftop restaurant in Jaipur”-Peacock...

primerestaurants: “Best rooftop restaurant in Jaipur”-Peacock Restaurant                 The foremost restaurant of all time and has always been part of economic growth source in terms of tourism sector.It still stand out to be o...
by Restaurants and Dishes on Jun 13, 2015

Yabu Beefs Up Its Menu with the Gyudon

Yabu House of Katsu has finally added beef to their evolving menu with the introduction of their take on the Gyudon. This joins the Salmon Don and the Curry Katsu Don as limited time offerings, the more popular ones has a chance to make it to the men...
by Tales From The Tummy on May 14, 2015

Tipple And Slaw Showcases New Dishes

Tipple and Slaw is one of my picks for an underrated restaurant. It’s been know more as a bar that’s packed by partygoers at night but you’d be surprised to find out that they have great food and is a nice place to have lunch. Chef...
by Tales From The Tummy on May 12, 2015

5 Reasons to Visit Chili’s Again

Chili’s is one of the places you go to for overall good Southwestern food, nice ambiance and unlimited nachos. Admit it, you’ve gone there many a times to gorge on them nachos.If you have not been back for a while, you’ll be happy t...
by Tales From The Tummy on May 10, 2015

NAV Modern Thai Spices it Up with New Dishes

NAV Modern Thai is a small restaurant in Kapitolyo by Chef Francis Lim (Tipple and Slaw). I’ve eaten there many years before but was excited to revisit with the promise of new dishes. We got to try almost all their new savory dishes but finishe...
by Tales From The Tummy on May 3, 2015


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