Another night at Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort & Spa brought me to the port city of Valencia. Michelin-trained Executive Sous Chef Daniel Quintero continues with his second volume of The Culinary Guide dinner series, taking eager guests to another Spanish gastronomic experience.
I’ve never heard of Carnaza Island until someone posted on FaceBook a few months back. Looking at the photos, I immediately want to visit the beautiful island to see it first hand. Carnaza Island is located at the northernmost part of Cebu.
It’s a quiet beautiful Saturday night all over Cebu, but in Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort & Spa, it’s the start of another dinner series, this time by the Michelin-trained Executive Sous Chef Daniel Quintero. He calls this series The Culinary Guide featuring various cuisines across Spain, Germany, and France.
Chef Andrea Burzio brings his dinner series to a close in a celebration of contemporary French and Italian flavours accentuated by an interesting Asian twist. Mia Percorso, the fifth and final chapter of The Many Lives of Chef Andrea, tells the story of his culinary journey in Asia and his travels around Europe.
Have you tried Shabu-shabu Ichiban? A popular hot pot chain in Nagoya, Japan is now here at the 3F of SM Seaside City Cebu (located at the South Road Properties, Cebu City)!
The last dinner series from the amazing Chef Andrea was special to me in which he featured his heirloom recipes that has uncover the bountiful flavors in his hometown in Turin, Italy. Such a superb dining experience since I could only imagine how its like to be served with meals in the city that is…
In Cebu, there is no shortage of Italian food and most Filipinos love to eat the usual pizza and pasta combination. However Italian food for me is a plate filled with chicken Parma, lasagna and probably other dishes with lots of cheese (now I’m hungry again!).