Posts tagged "spanish"
Easter Sunday Menu at VASK Dining Room

Easter Sunday Menu at VASK Dining Room

While I’m off to Singapore for the Holy Week, I’d like to share with you the Special Easter Sunday menu at VASK on Easter Sunday available for lunch or dinner. The cuisine is traditional Basque, or Northern Spanish, fare, served family style for all to partake. These are some of VASK’s signature dishes that already...
Limited Edition VASK Degustation Menu

Limited Edition VASK Degustation Menu

A new restaurant concept has opened in Bonifacio Global City. I’m proud to say that I’m part of this endeavor and excited to share with you all what our Chef Executive, J. Luis Gonzales, has to offer at VASK Modern Tapas & Gastronomic Cuisine. While some tweaks and finishes are in place, VASK is opening...
Cebu Spanish Seconds at Ipar's

Cebu Spanish Seconds at Ipar’s

Ipar’s Restaurante Y Bar De Tapas Before the main Sinulog Festival, I promised that I’d take my friends around my favorite Cebu restaurants, and at the top of his list was a revisit to Ipar’s for some tapas and some Paella. The last time I was with Sea Princess Tessa, they absolutely loved Ipar and his...
Sunday Stovetop: Quinoa Paella

Sunday Stovetop: Quinoa Paella

My mother has this nasty habit of opening all the cupboards in the pantry and nagging that I buy things that I don’t need, and they just expire or get forgotten. I always tell her that I always put these ingredients to good use. So one Sunday, after getting an earful from my ever so...
True Spanish Tapas at Ipar's, Cebu

True Spanish Tapas at Ipar’s, Cebu

Imagine eating all those plates of food, and finishing them too. When the plates are so small, you don’t feel as guilty munching on a lot of things. That’s the beauty of Tapas! When in Cebu, visit Ipar’s Restaurante Y Bar de Tapas for some of the most authentic & tasty Spanish cuisine in the Philippines. I’m...
Boracay Bound: Hit & Miss Meals on Day One

Boracay Bound: Hit & Miss Meals on Day One

We arrive in Boracay a few hours shy of noon, and we were famished, so we ran to the trusty go-to Boracay restaurant for some early lunch before we began our trek for Loco Frio. We ate at Aria, a staple dining establishment by D’Mall’s entrance from the beach side at Station 2. Serving up pastas and pizzas, it’s...
Love, Lamb and Lull at LU

Love, Lamb and Lull at LU

This is ZE classic case of a much needed Hail Mary pass. For those not into the whole Football lingo, a Hail Mary pass is one you attempt when the clock is about to run out, when you know that all hope is down the drain, and whatever pass/kick/maneuver you do is nothing more than...
Julie & Julia & ToT

Julie & Julia & ToT

I miss movie nights. I especially miss hoarding all the popcorn and candy at the AMCs or United theaters in the States. But in all honestly, Manila cinemas are the shiznitz for seat comfort, food variation (who would think, Binalot!) and unwaivering cold ac. So imagine my jubilations when my girlfriend C sends me an...
Terry's Treats

Terry’s Treats

I recently went through a Spanish phase… when everything ingested must be birthed from either Barcelona, Catalana, or the subsects of Spain. When such a phase happens, I must head to Terry’s Selection 3rd floor delicatessen side The branch at the Podium is so convenient from work that the fam usually goes there for some...

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