Your Next Must-Try Dish Should Be Max’s Rice Bowls

Fried chicken may have built the house of Max’s, but there’s more to the restaurant than this delicious dish. Just recently, they launched 11 new dishes that are worth checking out: Max’s Rice Bowls.

Eleven rice bowls may be a lot, but it’s for all the moods we have on the emotional spectrum. The way we feel affects what dishes we’re craving for and if we’re talking about moods, 11 may not be enough!

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Art in the Park 2019 Returns This Weekend!

I’m not a big fan of summer but one of the things I look forward to during the season is Art in the Park, the country’s most-awaited affordable art fair. It’s held every year at the Jaime Velasquez Park in Salcedo Village, Makati, and it’s a great way to explore the Philippine art scene in the refreshing space of a park. Entrance is free of charge so everyone is welcome!

This year’s run will be just as special with a good mix of art, food, special exhibits, and music. Here are things you should look out for at Art in the Park 2019 on March 17:

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Midas Hotel Launches Their Korean Menu!

One of my favorite travels is my trip to South Korea. I went there during fall so I got to experience the cold (which completely bothered me) and the brilliant colors of the season. A trip to the convenience store is instantly Instagrammable because of the vibrant reds, golds, and browns of autumn. Another highlight? The food!

I fell in love with Korean food and all its flavors. I loved samgyeopsal (grilled pork belly), gojuchang (red chili paste), jabchae (noodles), and all the side dishes they serve in every meal. Ever since I returned to Manila, I’ve been on the hunt for meals that would remind me of my trip. Guess what? I found it in Midas Hotel’s Midas Café.

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“Miong” Review: Visually Spectacular with Catchy Songs

There’s a sudden surge of interest in our history. Maybe it was the success of Heneral Luna but we’re beginning to see more stories set during our country’s pivotal moments. And it’s great because we have a rich past filled with fascinating tales and characters. The latest in the entertainment landscape? Repertory PhilippinesMiong, a musical based on the life of Emilio Aguinaldo, the country’s first president. Here’s my Miong review.

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