ANU'MAN is the first and only LGBT safe Kitchen + Pub with the tagline: "come OUT, we're OPEN".
It is owned by a diverse mix of LGBT members and straight allies, a place where people can enjoy good company and food without fear of judgment or prejudice. In Filipino, anuman literally means "anything" or "whatever".
Here's our first look at Anu'man and what we think about the food...
ANU'MAN Kitchen + Pub! Come OUT, we're OPEN #16 Unit H United Street Brgy Kapitolyo Pasig Facebook: anuman kitchen + pub Instagram: @anumankitchenpub Mobile: +63 917 856-4511/ +63 905 209-1207
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Thursday 5.00 pm- 12.00 mn Friday to Saturday 5.00 pm - 2.00 am Sunday 3.00pm - 12.00mn
KAPENG MAINIT is a neighborhood comfort food cafe by Chef Bryan Francisco, now famous for their yummy chocolate- or green tea-filled beignets.
The name (which means "Hot Coffee") was given by his brother, co-owner Ronian Poe, inspired by FPJ's movie "Walang Matigas na Tinapay sa Mainit na Kape". Together with co-owner Geoff Eigenmann, they are set on changing the sleepy side of Tropical Avenue into one of the new food trip destinations in BF.
We tried the food and the beignets and here's what we think...
As I plan for the next decade of OAP, I want to make sure to incorporate as much feedback as possible on how to continue what's working, to correct what's not, and to understand your expectations for OAP for the years to come.
2015 is a turning point in Our Awesome Planet. I'm making a transition to more video content, a better design for the blog, to write my first travel book and expand internationally.
I read all the survey feedbacks (both positive and negative) and it directly influences my plans and directions for OAP.
Three Filipinos will be competing for the title of Master Chef in the first season of Master Chef Asia.
Jake Aycardo, Lica Ibarra, and Rico Amancio will compete with fellow home cooks from China, India, Taiwan, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore. The winner of the competition will receive their own cookbook and USD$50,000 cash prize
They will be mentored and judged by culinary wunderkinds in the region: Hong Kong-born and multi-awarded genius Chef Susur Lee, known as the “Father of Fusion”; 3 Michelin-starred Chef Bruno Ménard, and Singapore-born former MasterChef Australia finalist , Audra Morrice.
Checkout out what the judges have to say on the Impact of Filipino Cuisine in the Culinary World:
Jake, Lica and Rico are ordinary Filipinos with no culinary school background, but what they do have, is a passion for cooking and the love for food. Get to know them better and let’s support #MCApinoypride...