Snapping around town with the party promoter's main man, Mr. Davenport.
Can you cry underwater? Swimming with the fishes in Puerto Galera.
Xibei You Mian Cun has gone from regional obscurity to mall staple, and may be headed for IPO next. It's a feel-good business story, with noodles. But for dinner? We go back.
So many changes in the world of screens, from LED to Dolby Cinema to homegrown Chinese formats. What's it all mean, and where should you go? Read on!
May 24, 2018
By Andrew Cruz
Jul 26, 2016
Reverent yakitori and good-time nightlife vibes in this week's edition.
Here’s the low-down on the latest action-
The Beef: This was probably my biggest gripe about the place – that it was located within an office building. I think a place like this could do even better if it opened late (past 10pm). Because it’s such an ... Read more
Traditional Chinese yum cha, which means tea-drinking, also known as dim sum, are my favorite kind of Chinese food. The small plates of delicious dian xin get me excited just by talking about it.
We went for lunch because I was craving them badly, and Royal China was close enough. We l... Read more
Dining in Black Pepper isn't just about the food, but the ambience itself has them winning. It's chic, spacious and with perfect lighting. The music is perfect and the intimate environment with delicious meal make it the perfect date night spot if you're feeling a bit fancy. It’s lo... Read more
A special way to see in the new year at Punchdrunk’s award-winning theatrical experience Sleep No More . The immersive show tells Shakespeare’s classic tragedy Macbeth through a darkly cinematic lens. On December 31, the McKinnon Hotel invites guests to sta... More...
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