Reviewed and Written by F/S Vince Hizon
Siargao, how do I even start to blog this amazing place? Well, to me it is by far the best island I have ever seen in the Philippines.
Written and Reviewed by Christine Imhof
I have travelled to so many places, trying out different restaurants. My lifestyle as a cabin crew has gave me that urge to always try something new, especially when it comes to dining. For me, for as long as it tastes good, I am happy and there is one spot that stands out. That's Uno Bistro, a qaint resto-bar located at the Salem Complex in Pasay City. Nothing like unwinding and dining at this place after a long day of flights.
Last September 4, we at Flyhigh Manila and other food bloggers were invited by Philippine Airlines to be part of a food tasting event at the PAL Inflight Center. We were to experience a few dishes concocted by Chef Fernando Aracama which are served on board business class PAL flights, particularly long haul flights. Philippine Airlines has always been very close to our hearts and definitely, this was an invitation we definitely cannot resist.
Contributed by Aaron Ngui
People want something different once in a while, its inevitable. We crave for something new because maybe we get bored doing, waiting or having the same old things. This can be applied to career, relationships, experiences and even food preferences. In this age of pop up stores, upcoming food trends and instagram worthy restaurants with a hundred and one flavors and colors, how does one stay relevant in the ever-evolving and busy food industry?
We now head to the land of the rising sun as this set of Philippine Airlines cabin crew goes out on a layover and experiences Japanese street food near the Isumizano train station.
Vlog by Marc Castro
When we think of streetfood in the Philippines, we think Isaw, Squidballs, Kwek Kwek, Addidas, Betamax, Chicken Neck, and more. In other countries though like Canada, streetfood to them is like a sandwich at a gourmet restaurant in Manila. Take for example Japadog!