Of Conquests and Callos: Café Enye’s flavors of Colonial Spain

  Eastwood City in Quezon City is a sea of restaurants and food stalls this part of the metro, but every now and then an establishment stands out from the crowd and sets itself apart Offering a whole new level of culinary goodness, Café Enye’s dishes are inspired by history In a way, it showcases the flavors from Spain’s former colonies, including the Philippines The flavors are as vibrant as cups...

Meet your newest morning treat in this US-Pinoy mash-up

Just when you thought McDonald's breakfast can't get any better, they decided to offer this mash-up between a Pinoy morning staple and an American classic Meet the new...

Meet your newest morning treat in this US-Pinoy mash-up

Tea, scones and a taste of British culture until Feb 28

You’d better arrive hungry and thirsty! Crimson Hotel’s Executive Chef Martin Bower is serving up heirloom recipes from his grandmother’s kitchen in “The Great British...

Tea, scones and a taste of British culture until Feb 28

Turn ‘fine dining’ into ‘fun dining’ at 210 Degrees Kitchen+Drinkery

Chef William Mahi has been cooking since he was 14 years young in his hometown of Bidart, France Being raised by conscientious foodies, he grew up with an appreciation of good,...

Turn ‘fine dining’ into ‘fun dining’ at 210 Degrees Kitchen+Drinkery

Treat yo’self! Foodie treats to try this weekend

Can't decide where to eat this weekend No worries We've got you covered APPETIZERS The perfect way to start the meal and whet your appetite Chicken Sisig Lettuce Wrap at...

Treat yo’self! Foodie treats to try this weekend

Savor the best of Indonesian fare at Warung Kapitolyo

It all started in a humble stall at the Legazpi Sunday Market Imman Decena still remembers how his mom, Louh Doctora-Decena, and his aunt, Tess Doctora, struggled with their...

Savor the best of Indonesian fare at Warung Kapitolyo

Fun weekend idea: All-you-can-eat BBQ at Crimson Hotel’s poolside

So, you’re planning to spend the weekend getting ahead on next week’s workload A crucial piece of advice: Don’t Weekends are made for relaxation! We’ve got a splendid...

Fun weekend idea: All-you-can-eat BBQ at Crimson Hotel’s poolside

A cheesy, boozy and satisfying brunch at Población Dining Room

COCONUTS HOT SPOT — With all the brunch options available in Manila’s F&B scene, the meal tucked between breakfast and lunch is finally getting the spotlight it deserves...

A cheesy, boozy and satisfying brunch at Población Dining Room

Valentine’s Day 2017: Ideas and things to do in Manila

Hey! Hey! Hey! It’s that time of year once more, when flowers cost too much and fancy restaurants get too crowded Whether you’re single or with a bae, planning for...

Valentine’s Day 2017: Ideas and things to do in Manila

Chef AJ Reyes wows with intimate, personalized dining experience at Privatus

Learning from the likes of Chef Chele Gonzalez of VASK Tapas Room and Bruce Rickets of Mecha Uma fame, Chef AJ Reyes found his culinary influences in Filipino, Spanish and...

Chef AJ Reyes wows with intimate, personalized dining experience at Privatus

Coconuts Manila Food & Drink

Manila’s F&B industry is thriving, and Coconuts Manila is here to report on the most gastronomical destinations you’ve got to check out (or avoid). Restaurants are opening left and right; the best chefs have reached rockstar status; and diners crave the latest food trends. From craft beer bars to the cutest cafes, we’ll let you in on some of Manila’s best kept secret grub spots. Where to take your balikbayan guests? Where to get the best homemade dessert? Coconuts Manila regularly publishes food guides that can help you eat your way through the Metro. We’ve also traveled in different parts of the Philippines in search of the best that the country has to offer (Bulalo from Iloilo, anyone?). Coconuts Manila writers are always interested in the different ways Filipino chefs present and innovate our country’s cuisine. There's always space in our tummies for sinigang and adobo, isaw and balut. We also try to keep up with the latest food trends, from the most affordable street food vendors to the finest five-star dining restaurants. Over the years, Coconuts Manila has become known for a series of videos called Carinderia Crawl, where we visit the most interesting eateries in the Metro. We also have regular food columns like the Coconuts Hot Spot and the Critic’s Table. Watch this space and we’ll serve you all the food and drink stories you can handle.