Wednesday, November 14, 2012

BI-WON Korean Restaurant

A lot of Korean's have been visiting the Philippines lately and some of them opted to stay for good. With their growing numbers, Korean restaurants have sprouted here and there. Most of these Korean restos make bits of changes to adapt to the Filipinos' taste buds. With that, one can say that it's not Korean after all. 

At Biwon Korean Restaurant, located in Pasay, EDSA, (Telephone numbers: 551-2118 and 834-7576)
the Chef stick sticks to the Koreans' traditional way of cooking and flavoring.

Japchhe, P320

Biwon’s Kimchi is made fresh daily so diners get the freshest taste just like the Koreans do it in Korea. 

It’s very informative to know that Koreans eat rice using their spoons, unlike the Chinese who uses chopsticks. Korean spoons are longer to prevent getting burn from the hot food.

Bulgogi, P300

Biwon  interior may be too simple but the Korean food they serve here definitely is  Korean!

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Baja Mexican Cantina

What comes in mind when you hear Mexican cuisine? Of course, the widest variety of chili peppers Mexico is known for. Other ingredients, food and drinks Mexico is popular with include avocados and tomatoes, tacos and burritos, mojito and margarita . 

Have I sparked your longing for Mexican food? Wait til you visit Baja Mexican Cantina located at  Greenbelt 3, Ayala Center, Makati. 

What they offer here are Mexican comfort food that both and young will enjoy. The serving is good enough for sharing and the price, oh well, definitely much lower that other Mexican Restos.

For orders and reservation, call .(02) 756 0127

Rice Meal

Complete your meal with churos as dessert

For those who'd like a little alcohol while enjoying Mexican food, Baja's Buy1 Take 1 during weekends is a plus why you should visit.

..and if you're watching a movie at Greenbelt Cinema, Baja delivers right where you are seating.