Getting into the "green diet" or healthier diet shouldn't take out the fun in eating. I am mighty glad, they emailed me this (see below); now I know where I'll have my next out-of-home meal.
Great food photography: here are photos too enticing and appetizing an invitation to resist. It also doesn't hurt to namedrop. Chef Sau Del Rosario is, after all, simply one of the best, most in-demand chefs in the Philippines.
Why sustainable food? Perhaps, it's because it sustains us or because it helps sustain the local farmers. We'll try to ask the people behind LeBistro for a future post. In the future post, I will have tasted a few of these, as well:
Walnut and Herb-crusted Sole Fillet
Thai-style Fish Cake
Smoked Fish Putanesca
Sagada Orange Salad
Spiced Pumpkin Soup
Arugula Davao Blue Salad
Tagaytay Farmed Vegetable Lasagna
Prawn Avocado & Prosciutto
Four-cheese Malagos Sandwich
Where is LeBistro? I know the place. It's where GenG Magazine had their launching event, which I was privileged to attend. Le Bistro, GenG Magazine, even Echostore, Kape Isla and the old Figaro share a common creative source, by the way. Le Bistro is at the back of the UCPB and BDO buildings along Makati Avenue. Valero is the street name. See map below.
If you get there ahead of me, tell me about it. Feel free to write on the comment box below.
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WORD FROM THE SPONSOR
And God said, Behold I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat.