If you ever go to Las Vegas, it’s not just the gambling and entertainment you will go away raving about-it’s also the restaurants, and there is such a vast array to choose from, you will truly be spoilt. After you have chosen one of the casino resorts to spend some time in, you won’t have to go far. Each casino resort houses so many restaurants, you never have to walk far before you hit one.
Nobu restaurant and lounge
At Caesars palace Las Vegas there are 14 different restaurants of all different cuisines including Rao’s which is an Italian restaurant. This restaurant is also in New York, but inside Caesars palace, you can expect just as much authenticity as you will find in the iconic original New York restaurant. With ingredients like peppers and cheese imported from Italy, this is truly a mouth-watering Italian experience. The original restaurant only has ten seats so it is notoriously hard to get a reservation there which is what makes this Las Vegas offering so intriguing and worth a visit. (more…)
Everyone’s idea of a perfect morning is when the sun is up and you are seating under the tree fronting a beautiful scenery… while enjoying a cup of coffee. That was my recollection about our recent visit in Keppel Bay for our scheduled brunch at Privé Bakery Café.
It was my first time to visit Keppel Bay and I was really impressed with the place. Picture this, You are in a quite place located in front of a scenic yacht club with friends while waiting for your brunch to be served. (more…)
Come this special month of love and romance, where better to celebrate than in place that puts delectable taste where your heart is.
Owing to 20 years of culinary experience straight from hearts of kitchen masters who truly love their food, Cravings is sure to be the perfect spot to spend Valentines Day with that special someone. (more…)
It’s my second night of nothing but pigging out in Boracay. After having delicious Tiger Prawns with Coconut Resotto lunch at Lemoni Cafe, I decided to walk around the white beach area from Station 3 to Station 1 to sweat out and to burn some calories that I gained from two days of food marathon. A photographer’s visit to Boracay is never complete without taking photos of Boracay’s lovely sunset so I passed the time munching on a Chorizo Burger in Station 1 till sundown.
Boracay – The best beach in the World
While walking back to Station 2, I passed by Kasbah Restaurant, right next to Discovery Shores. In an attempt to satisfy my curiosity, I walked towards the restaurant to check the Menu and the restaurants ambiance. Upon entering the restaurant, I was welcomed by the restaurants friendly operations manager. I learned that the restaurant was owned by a British national with a Filipina wife who both fell in love with Moroccan Food.
Kasbah means a unique kind of medina, Islamic city, or fortress. A kasbah has high walls which usually have no windows. It is a place where leaders and wealthy people are living. The restaurant just opened last February 24, 2008 and has already been featured on a lot of travel and local inflight magazines.
Moroccan Fine Dining in Boracay
The cuisine of Morocco is considered one of the world’s most diverse when it comes to the use of flavors and spices. Since Morocco is blessed with large quantities of sheep, poultry, fish and cattle. Combine this with the extensive use of unique spices makes it much easier to understand the uniqueness of Moroccan dishes. (more…)
It’s almost lunch time and it was just over an hour after finishing a huge Halo Halo from Boracay’s famous Halowich. While completing my pasalubong shopping at D’Mall, I bumped into Tina – my fellow travel writer who now resides in Dubai and currenly in Boracay for a short holiday with her friends so I asked he to reccomend good place to eat since she’s already almost 4 days in the island. She immediately replied “Lemoni Cafe” Knowing her taste, I can say that the restaurant should really be worth recommending.
Delicious Tiger Prawns with Coconut Risotto
Lemoni Cafe offers Asian and Continental breakfast dishes and light meal dishes like Fish Cakes with Laksa, Asian Plate with Maki and Lemon Kinilaw, Soba Noodles with Ahi Tuna, Tiger Prawns with Coconut Rissoto, Seared Tuna with Lemon Mash and other healthy main courses. They also offer various delectable desserts like Flourless Chocolate Cakes, Banana Muffin and Lemon-based Desserts. (more…)
A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to attend in the Havaianas Playback event at the Bonifacio High Street. I arrived way too early and its lunch time already so I decided to look for a place to eat. After 30 minutes of searching for a fine place to eat, I found myself browsing Italiannis unique and most talked about menu.
Toasted Bruschetta – Garlic Tuscan Toasts topped with marinated tomatoes and creamy mushroom
I first ordered Toasted Bruschetta as appetizer, Bruschetta pronounced is consists of grilled bread rubbed with garlic and topped with extra-virgin olive oil, salt and pepper. Variations may include toppings of spicy red pepper, tomato, vegetables, beans, cured meat, and/or cheese; the most popular American recipe involves basil, fresh mozzarella, and tomato. (more…)
Even before I made my decicion to revisit Boracay for a food trip, Zuzuni is first on my list of restaurants to visit. It may sound Japanese but Zuzuni is actually a Greek word which means “cute little bug” and it is a term of endearment for friends, family and pets just like how Ilonggo people use the word “Pangga”.
Greek Pita Pizza with Feta and Olives
Zuzuni Restaurant is an ideal restaurant for honeymooners since it has a romantic appeal specially if you chose to eat at their alfresco dining right in front of the beach. The restaurant has a neat layout and the interior Décor is cozy, tropical inspired and minimalist. (more…)