Mecha Uma: Absurd, Unreasonably Delicious, A Good Mess Omakase

“Global cuisine with Japanese inflections whilst paying respect to the ingredients”, proclaims Chef Bruce Ricketts, the man and talent behind Mecha Uma, a collaboration with Philippines’s Moment Group. The name Mecha Uma is an abbreviation of a Japanese expression, mechakucha and umai meaning absurd, unreasonably delicious, and a good mess. Mecha Uma dishes out innovative Japanese-accentuated food, but the masterpiece is the seasonal 10-course 2-hour omakase menu that blends air-flown specialties from Japan with a liberal mix of Pinoy organic produce and flavours. … More Mecha Uma: Absurd, Unreasonably Delicious, A Good Mess Omakase

Las Flores, Leading The Spanish Invasion Of Manila Dining

Las Flores, one of the top Spanish Restaurant in Manila located at Bonifacio Global City, a financial district beautifully architected and located just 11 km south-east of the city center, dishes out contemporary Spanish tapas infused with strong Catalonian and Mediterranean influences. … More Las Flores, Leading The Spanish Invasion Of Manila Dining

Antonio’s At Tagaytay, The Stalwart Of Philippines Fine Dining

Antonio’s was born not as restaurant, but as a farm. Apparently Chef Tony Boy left the airlines industry and  with his wife Agnes started up the farm supplying Manila’s higher-end restaurants with fresh produce; and eventually providing the ingredients for Antonio’s eclectic menu. Chef Tony’s has a strong pedigree: Gaucho Argentinean Restaurant, Hilton Adelaide, and Mandarin Oriental’s prestigious Tivoli … More Antonio’s At Tagaytay, The Stalwart Of Philippines Fine Dining