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What's the word on the strEAT? Try out this Mandaluyong institution for a change.

Food & Drinks, Travel, Where to eat

Charlie Wanton Special is a Mandaluyong institution, but I would have never gotten the chance to try this establishment out if I didn’t move to Quezon City from the heart of C-town. Growing up in Binondo, I was surrounded by food. After all, being the oldest Chinatown in the world, it is the default Chinese…

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Food & Drinks, Travel, Where to eat

I was recently in London to accompany and support Anne as she ran the London Marathon, and I knew we couldn’t leave without trying out the classic London dish: fish and chips! Fish and chips, dubbed the national dish of Britain, are traditionally served freshly fried, salted, and wrapped in newspaper. This crispy and delicious…

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Food & Drinks, Travel, Where to eat

For a lot of Filipinos, there seems to be no wrong time for a heaping order of pares. Pares (literally translated to “pair”) consists of braised beef, cooked for hours until tender with a thick sweet and salty sauce, paired with a clear beef broth, and garlic-fried rice or a serving of noodles. This combination…

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Food & Drinks, Travel, Where to eat

Making an Overnight Tokyo guide was something I’ve always wanted to do ever since we started doing the series. But it always seemed like a gargantuan task because of how huge the city is. Thanks to Tokyo Metro, we were finally able to create Overnight Tokyo! Please watch and enjoy the video below: Here’s a…

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Food & Drinks, Travel, Where to eat

Food in Tokyo is known to be expensive—it will definitely eat a large part of your budget especially if you’re aiming for high end dinners and classy bars. But like with any city, expenses are a choice. Don’t think that all the local Tokyo citizens spend hundreds of dollars every meal every day. Of course…

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