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Flautas, quesadillas and Buffalo wings at Tia Maria’s Megamall

Posted in Food/Drinks, Hotels/Restaurants/Bars by Erineus on February 24, 2009
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Mexico in a plate: The sampler at Tia Maria’s Megamall

Tia Maria’s has just reopened at the 4th level of SM Megamall Atrium.

Tia Maria’s offers a super sampler with spareribs, quesadillas, spicy Buffalo wings, Mexican pizza, jalapeno flautas, taquitos and nachos served with freshly made salsa, guacamole, sour cream, and ranchero sauce. Savor the plato gordo, a sizzling dish of shrimp, chicken, beef strips and spareribs on a bed of grilled onions and bell peppers. Served with warm soft tortillas on the side. Tia Maria’s also hosts Mexican-themed kiddie parties where kids can celebrate their birthdays with food, fun, games and the Tia Maria’s mascots. Visit any of the restaurant’s branches in SM Megamall, Festival Supermall in Alabang, Malate and Katipunan Avenue (Cantina).  For catering services, call 635-2326.

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Baby back ribs at Flying Pig, Eastwood Mall

Flying Pig is a new casual-dining restaurant at Eastwood’s new mall. “We thought, the name of the restaurant should sound like something that seems impossible and very unique, just like our dishes,” said executive chef Peter Ayson. Flying Pig combines regional American favorites with European cooking techniques. A must-try is the mouthwatering baby back ribs with a choice of sauces like Creole barbecue, French dijon honey and French espresso rub. A half or full serving comes with sidings of spinach with whipped potato and a Cajun ratatouille pasta. For more information, call 900-0886 or visit Flying Pig at the ground floor of the new Eastwood Mall in Eastwood City.

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P1 dessert at Texas Roadhouse Grill

The first modern Western Cowboy Saloon in Manila is giving away coupons to avail of their P1 dessert offer. Give in to the temptation of Texas Rodahouse Grill’s cowboy chocolate cake or try their other desserts like apple crumble, chocolate brownie sundae, chuckwagon’s fruits in cream, and mighty Oreo mudpie.

Dine in at Texas Roadhouse Grill’s restaurants and get a coupon when you bill out. On your next visit, enjoy any one of their desserts for just P1 with a minimum P500 food purchase. The restos specialties’ include the ribeye served with fresh veggies and mashed potatoes; a full rack of baby back ribs, double-basted with a special barbeque sauce served with corn on the cob and fries; and outlaw’s tuna belly marinated in Oriental teriyaki sauce.

Visit Texas Roadhouse Grill at Bldg 1., Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig or at El Pueblo Real de Manila, Ruby Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig. For inquiries, call 856-1547 to 48 (Bonifacio High Street) and 635-6715 to 16 (El Pueblo, Ortigas).

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Indian thali meals at Peninsula Manila

Sample the vegetarian and non-vegetarian thali meals created by Spices Indian specialty chef Avanish Kumar Jain at Spices Restaurant of The Peninsula Manila ongoing until Feb. 28.

India has approximately 25 different spices that are used regularly, giving the chef an opportunity to use his imagination, while designing exotic dishes.

For inquiries and reservations, call The Peninsula Manila at 887-2888, local 2168 or 2956 (Spices) or 2205.

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Roast goose at Renaissance Makati Hotel

Jasmine is Renaissance Makati Hotel’s newly opened fine Cantonese restaurant. Ongoing until Feb. 28, guests can savor its roast goose promotion for lunch or dinner.

The dish is prepared Hong Kong-style by master chef Choi Wing Ki and his brigade of expert chefs.

For reservations, call 811-6888.

Food and Leisure Section
Philippine Star
http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=441512&publicationSubCategoryId=81

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  1. Tom Gurney said, on February 24, 2009 at 10:43 am

    Oh my god! This makes me SOOOO hungry. I don’t know what to have first ;-P

    • erineus said, on February 27, 2009 at 1:51 pm

      hahaha… just in case you want to explore more what Metro Manila, Philippines can offer when it comes to foods, drinks, and fun visit our sister site: http://gimikainan.wordpress.com Thanks a lot! More power!


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