“Ten dishes, three hours, unlimited eats…” Read all about Din Tai Fung’s Afternoon Feast by Clickthecity.
Sisig is winning the world over and Manam’s House Crispy Sisig just happens to take the top spot on Manila’s best.
Looloo released their list for May’s top 10 most popular restaurants in Manila, and based on user reviews, Ooma tops the list.
Winner, winner, sisig for lunch or dinner. Spot’s list of top 10 sisigs in the city has our House Crispy Sisig at number ONE.
Food and travel writer Gloria Chung lists her favorite spots to eat in Hong Kong and Manila, including everyone’s favorite place for watermelon sinigang.
Have you heard about our new Salmon Aburi and Spicy Tuna Poke Bowl? If you haven’t, know more about the details from Esquire.
It seems like poke fever’s made a splash landing at all our Ooma shops, through the Salmon Aburi and Spicy Tuna Poke Bowl. Take a good look, and a long whiff as the quin-tessential poke bowl gets a distinctly Ooma zing.
The Salmon Aburi and Spicy Tuna Poke is all of Ooma’s essential elements, combined in-to one satisfyingly hearty bowl. At its foundation is a mound of ludicrously tasty rice, topped with katsuboshi flakes, toasted sesame seeds, and smatters of chopped scallions. It is sour, umami and sweet all at once, making it an eruption of flavor on the palate. Crowning the rice is an Ooma mess of tuna bits and tempura crumbs in fiery aioli, along with salmon aburi decked with green apples, pickled red onion slivers, and a ceviche dressing. The bowl is finished off with smears of wasabi aioli, flecks of toasted nori, and a sprinkle of fried leeks.
Expect this to be the last poke bowl you’ll ever have to get your hands on.
Lookie lookie, Ooma got some Poke, and Spot gets first dibs.
Bank Bar’s Salted Caramelsutra and Charlie’s Golden Ticket Milkshakes for your holiday drinking
On spot.ph’s list of 10 Great Places for Drinking is The Moment Group’s top-shelf drinking den, Bank Bar Manila.