(This feature was published in GMA News Online last May 7, 2017)
What comes to mind when someone mentions European cuisine? Some may associate it with fine dining, but there’s more to it than just that. Its wide range of cuisines encompasses the different countries of the continent, and that’s what we will discover in the first-ever European Food Festival in the Philippines.
The EU-Philippines Business Network (EPBN) is hosting this month-long festival celebrated in conjunction with Europe Month. Diners can indulge in authentic European cuisine at these participating restaurants:
- Caruso Ristorante Italiano
- Maria Louisa’s Garden Room
- Paul Boulangerie
- Poco Deli
- Restaurant 101 (Enderun)
- Salvatore Cuomo
- Tauro Pintxos Tapas Wine Bar
- Wagner German Bakery
Here are three good reasons why you should participate in the festival.
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