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Global goods are coming to town!

It seems like international brands are making a beeline toward the Philippines, and that only means one thing: more food for us. The food scene in Manila is bound to evolve even more.

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Get ready for some flavors all around the globe, because we’ve made a checklist of the restaurants to come this year. Check them out, and let us know which ones you’re the most excited about!

%Arabica Coffee

%Arabica is “the smallest coffee roaster chain in the world from Kyoto.” Their dream is to expand to all over the world is becoming a reality – and a little corner in W City Center in BGC is part of making that dream possible. They have over 12 varieties of coffee beans to choose from, including %Arabica beans from their own farm, which can be roasted on the spot. They also serve baguette sandwiches to go with your favorite cup of Joe! READ MORE.

Photo from @arabica.coffee
Photo from @arabica.coffee

No reservations accepted
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G/F W City Center, 7th Ave cor 30th St, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig

La Mère Poulard

An ambassador of French culture and tradition on the Mont Saint Michel since 1888. Mère Poulard is reaching out to the world and you can now taste the inventive, varied cuisine of the most famous cook in France, in the restaurants and cafés around the world. Camping out in SM Aura, we’ll get a whiff of their world-class cataplana dishes, omelette soufflés, and pasta.

Photo from @lamerepoulard_manila
Photo from @lamerepoulard_manila

No reservations accepted
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Level 1, SM Aura Premier, BGC
(02) 838 1238

Kam’s Roast

Kam’s Roast Goose (or KRG) is a casual dining restaurant in Hong Kong known for its signature roast goose and other meats. Since its first branch in Wan Chai, the restaurant has consistently been part of “Best Restaurants in HK” lists, and even bagged a Michelin Star in both 2015 and 2016. Thanks to Foodee Global Concepts, the same folks who brought in international brands like Tim Ho WanTodd Englishllaollao, and most recently, Tsuta Ramen, we will soon be able to enjoy Kam’s to-die-for roast goose dishes without flying to Hong Kong!  READ MORE.

Photo from Kam’s Roast’s Facebook page
Photo from Kam’s Roast’s Facebook page

Hawker Chan

There’s more to chicken than having it deep-fried, golden brown, and slathered in thick gravy, and Singaporean restaurant Liao Fan Hawker Chan is on its way to Manila to prove it with their soy sauce chickenREAD MORE.

Photo from Hawker Chan’s Facebook page
Photo from Hawker Chan’s Facebook page

Sarabeth’s

Sarabeth’s is a famous bakery from New York that serves homemade jams, freshly baked pastries, and brunch plates. Owner and founder Sarabeth Levine is a pastry chef and a multi-award winning restaurateur who started the business back in 1981. She won the James Beard Foundation’s “ Outstanding Pastry Chef of the Year” award in 1996. READ MORE.

Photo from Sarabeth’s Facebook page
Photo from Sarabeth’s Facebook page
Photo from Sarabeth’s Facebook page

Pizza Express

PizzaExpress is a pizza parlor that first opened in London, with now over 400 restaurants across the United Kingdom and around 40 in overseas countries in Hong Kong, Singapore, India, and in the Middle East. PizzaExpress specializes in handmade pizza and also offers other specialties such as chicken wings, pasta, and other main entrees. READ MORE.

Photo from Pizza Express’ Facebook page
Photo from Pizza Express’ Facebook page

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