Like carinderias (cafeterias), barbeque joints and fishball carts, you’ll find a tapsihan everywhere in the Philippines. A tapsihan is a...
There’s a colorful Mexican restaurant/café in Bacolod that serves Mexican and Bacolodian fusion—Mooon Café. Yes, it’s spelled with a triple...
Not to be confused with Kuppa Tea & Coffee Traders Co. in Thailand, Kuppa Coffee & Tea is one of...
As promised, I visited Kuppa’s Fort Bonifacio branch this week to see how it stacks up to its original Bacolod...
In the Philippines, dampa-style eating boils down to three main steps: 1.) strolling down the wet market to haggle and...
The problem with “word of mouth” is that things can get overhyped before you actually experience it firsthand. And that’s...