Today we went to a Filipino or Pinoy Store in Geneva called MABUHAY ASIAN STORE because we had to help Yaya B remit her SSS. Not only do they sell a lot of Filipino products, accept SSS & money . . .
When my husband and I got married, we came from really different background. He is half European, but grew up mostly in the USA, Russia and the UK. I was a true blue island girl who surfed every other . . .
I am happy to say that after so long there is now another Filipino restaurant here in Berlin. In the past, it was only Pan in Prenzlauerberg, but now we have Pinoy in Charlottenburg. The location is . . .
I was surprised and happy to learn that there is a Filipino restaurant in Berlin. It's called Pan. Pan is Filipino for bread (similar to Spanish) but I am not sure if they called it pan meaning bread . . .
We were invited by the Ambassador to have dinner at her residence, shortly after our arrival in Berlin. Also present during dinner were guests guests from Manila and we enjoyed a fabulous meal with . . .
When we first arrived we kept on hearing about Pinoy and other Asian Food (mostly Thai food) being sold at the Thai Park. During some of our walks we would pass by this park. On the outside it looks . . .
I am happy to announce that the Bayanihan National Dance Company is here for a few days and you can see them and enjoy some Filipino dishes at Satoo Restaurant at the Shangri-La Hotel. More . . .
I've meant to write this post for a while. Guess what we usually ask our Filipino friends to bring us when they come to visit us in Jakarta? Everything can be found in a supermarket like Rustans . . .
Since this isn't exactly about a Restaurant, but about a Chef... scratch that, a COOK, I can't really start it with RESTO RAVE, so I am calling this post a Culinary Rave or CRAVE. (Get it?) Raj Abat . . .
I am making this list for friends who are visiting or moving to Manila. If you are going to Manila to visit for a few days I hope this helps you decide where to go for shopping and where to eat. . . .