Owners of Pinoy favorite Wildflour to open Pinoy restaurant in LA

The people behind the popular Wildflour Café + Bakery in Manila are set to open a Filipino restaurant at the Grand Central Market in Los Angeles, California. According to a report from Eater Los Angeles, Wildflour co-owner and pastry chef Margarita Manzke will open a “savory-side Filipino restaurant” called Sari-Sari Store in mid-summer of 2017.

Wildflour’s owners to open a Filipino food stall in LA

The couple behind the restaurant and bakeshop Wildflour Cafe + Bakery, and ice cream shop Farmacy is bringing a little piece of the Philippines to the Grand Central Market in Los...

Wildflour’s owners to open a Filipino food stall in LA

Anthony Bourdain to scout for potential food vendors in the Philippines

American TV personality, rockstar chef, famous author, and one of the most influential icons in the culinary world Anthony Bourdain will look for potential food vendors and...

Anthony Bourdain to scout for potential food vendors in the Philippines

How to make Chef Tatung’s signature Pork Pot Roast at home

Internationally acclaimed celebrity chef, Madrid Fusion presenter, author, and host Myke ‘Tatung’ Sarthou created the perfect family dish for the weekend. Just like...

How to make Chef Tatung’s signature Pork Pot Roast at home

Feast on new hearty sandwiches and a pizza bomb at Brooklyn’s

Brooklyn’s New York, best known for amazing cheese pizza, is adding new items on the menu. If you’re looking for new treats for cheat day, drop by any of their seven branches...

Feast on new hearty sandwiches and a pizza bomb at Brooklyn’s

Italian Burger, made-from-scratch gnocchi, and other new dishes to savor at Amici restaurant

The humble, hole-in-the-wall Italian eatery founded by Salesian priests of Don Bosco in the nineties has come a long way. Best known for wood fire-baked pizzas and excellent...

Italian Burger, made-from-scratch gnocchi, and other new dishes to savor at Amici restaurant

Have a deliciously rebellious meal at Black Sheep by Chef Patrick Go

For Chef Patrick Go, every dish is a story. Every ingredient tells a tale. Every chef, a storyteller. As the new executive chef of Black Sheep, Chef Patrick has his share of...

Have a deliciously rebellious meal at Black Sheep by Chef Patrick Go

Forget about frappucinos, it’s all about Sakura Unicorn Milkshakes!

It’s every Instagram lover’s dream in a cup. First there was the unicorn frappucino, then the dragon frap, and finally the mermaid frap. These signature coffee...

Forget about frappucinos, it’s all about Sakura Unicorn Milkshakes!

Raise a glass to Toast Asian Kitchen’s playful twists to Asian favorites

There’s nothing like a fun trip with a great group of friends. Dozens of Instagram moments and countless memories created. For long-time friends Timothy Roxas-Chua, Sam Young,...

Raise a glass to Toast Asian Kitchen’s playful twists to Asian favorites

Feast on PHP99 burritos and street tacos at Moe’s on May 5

If the BGC area is your ‘hood, nice and affordable Tex-Mex grub is coming your way this Friday. Dig into delightfully messy tacos and burritos without burning a hole in your...

Feast on PHP99 burritos and street tacos at Moe’s on May 5

Coconuts Manila Food & Drink

Restaurants are opening left and right; the best chefs have reached rock star status; and diners are willing to empty their wallets just to try the latest food trends —without a doubt, Manila’s F&B industry is thriving! Coconuts Manila is here to report on the most gastronomical destinations you’ve got to check out (or avoid). From craft beer bars to the cutest cafes, we’ll let you in on some of Manila’s best kept secret spots. Where to take your balikbayan guests for dinner? Where to get the best homemade dessert? Where to enjoy the crispiest lechon skin? Coconuts Manila regularly publishes food guides that can help you eat your way around the Metro. We’ve also traveled in different parts of the Philippines in search of the best culinary gems that the country has to offer (Bulalo from Iloilo, anyone?). Coconuts Manila writers are always interested in eating and learning about good grub. There’s always space in our tummies for sinigang and adobo, for cinnamon rolls and ice cream cakes. We try to keep up with the latest food trends, from the most affordable street food vendors to the finest 5-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.