McDonald’s Philippines just launched their latest offer called “Flavors of Japan” and social media is already a-buzz with thousands of foodies enjoying the new limited edition Teriyaki Samurai Burger, Nori Shake Shake Fries, and of course the picture-perfect Strawberry Sakura McFloat.
We dare you to bite into something Bigger, Juicier, and Crispier: Meet Tapa King’s all-new Fried Chicken!
There’s a reason why comfort food is called comfort food—it takes us back to simpler times and reminds us of the good ‘ol days. Maybe to some it’s lola’s kare-kare, or mom’s winning cookies. But to many, it’ll always be good ‘ol fried chicken.
Celebrate love with the “Ladurée à la folie collection” in reference to the “Daisy Petals game.”
“Samgyupsalamat sa Diyos talaga!”
…is a phrase coined by one of my friends a year ago when we first tried the sought-after Korean barbecue restaurant, Samgyupsalamat.
Contrary to the snaking lines outside, eating Korean barbecue is not linear—it can be complex and to the uninitiated, even overwhelming, but once you’ve got your meat and grill down pat, it’s an enjoyable dining experience worthy of another (and another) visit. Below, we’ve listed some of the tips and tricks on how to maximize your KBBQ experience.
Over the past years, Korean Barbecue, or more commonly referred to as KBBQ, has become ubiquitous all over the metro and beyond. The popular char-grilled meat dish is the stuff of night cravings and friendly gatherings because of the many things to love about it. And riding along that K-wave train is hit Korean joint Bonchon Philippines, who takes the notorious KBBQ and spices it up with their own twist. Say hello to the latest addition to their menu, the Korean BBQ Bibimbowl.