The Foodie Station

Just because we're always hungry…



Tokyo Tokyo’s Newest #RamenWeather offering: Beef and Tomato Ramen

by: Reese Rayos To be perfectly honest, rainy season is not our favorite season of the year (as if there are many seasons to choose from in the Philippines! LOL!). We just hate the gloomy feeling of dark skies, the... Continue Reading →

Gringo HOLA-day Specials

by Carme dela Cruz An ample and enjoyable meal should leave you wanting more that you can’t take another chomp as a result of having your stomach full. Gringo’s goal is to have people indulge in every dish, with each... Continue Reading →

Concepto: The Hidden Place To Be

by: Carme Dela Cruz and Reese Rayos Poblacion, Makati is hitting the current deluge of new dining and drinking spots in the Metro where it hastily grown to become a foodie’s go-to place, what with all the restaurants and bars... Continue Reading →

Omi Beef: A “New” Kind of Wagyu

by Roki Ferrer Whenever quality beef comes up in conversation, Kobe and Matsusaka always take the stage. But little do we know that the lesser-known Omi beef is actually the oldest Wagyu beef brand in Japan. Omi originates from the... Continue Reading →

Fresh buko juice is now just a phone call away with Coco Delivery

Coco Delivery offers Filipinos fresh coconut water with no delivery charge and no minimum order required  MANILA, Philippines — Recognizing the demand of Metro Manila consumers to accessible fresh coconut water, Coco Delivery introduces a fast, affordable, and hassle-free coconut... Continue Reading →


by Hazel Aguilon With Christmas just a little over a month away, we know that you're probably busy making holiday plans with your family and friends.  While cooking for your loved ones is always extra special, we know how tedious... Continue Reading →


Your favorite spread launches the milder and milkier Cheez Whiz Mild Manila, Philippines – Cheese spreads have always been a staple in most Filipino households, whether it be for a quick bite during breakfast or for fun snack times as... Continue Reading →

Gayuma: Feed your passion

by: Carme Dela Cruz and Reese Rayos Gayuma. (n. love charm) Love potion. In Makati’s night life district comes a unique and cozy spot with a mystical atmosphere. Gayuma, a restaurant located at the ground floor of Azotea Suites in… Continue Reading →


By Mart Yosores and Reese Rayos Crayfish Festival is a gastronomic tradition of enjoying crayfish or Astacus back in the 16th century during the time of Swedish King Erik XIV. It became popular in Scandinavia marking the end of the... Continue Reading →

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