Barangay Singapore on August 28th, 2011

Tweet Book a dinner date or Sunday brunch with your family, friends, colleagues and clients from 2 to 11 September 2011, as Mandarin Orchard’s Triple Three restaurant presents the "HALO HALO" PHILIPPINE PROMOTION Groups of up to 8 diners with at least one Filipino are entitled to a one-for-one discount. Don’t forget to bring your […]

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Tweet Hubalicious Food Adventures is unique as it offers a stellar and varied showcase of celebrity chefs from different channels in a single line-up of gastronomic events where customers will have the chance to connect and be engaged with them. This August 13, be acquainted with Chef Bruce Lim, otherwise known as ‘The Filipino Food […]

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Barangay Singapore on May 31st, 2011

Tweet I got this from a friend who own the place. You can follow their update in Facebook Page: kitchen de manila Twitter name: kitchendemanila Where to get puto bumbong, bibingka, sisig, caldereta and other Pinoy food and delicacy that taste authentic but not available in Singapore? Happy to let you know Kitchen de Manila […]

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Tweet Charlie’s Kitchen is the latest place in town. Offering the best of Filipino and Western Cuisine in the heart of Singapore’s financial district. A place to relax, a place to chat, eat and drink. Description: Filipino and Western Cuisine in the heart of Singapore’s financial district. Located within Once Upon a Bar at 25 […]

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Barangay Singapore on October 26th, 2010

Tweet Rapsa Philippine Cuisine is inviting everyone to their grand opening this coming Thursday 28th October.   They have a promo of free “Turon” (Caramel Coated Banana Fritter) for the first 200 customers or while supplies last.   Rapsalicious Flame-Grilled Set Meals, barbecued over a bed of lava rocks to add that distinct smokey flavor […]

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Tweet Below is an invitation to the 73rd founding anniversary celebration of the Filipino Association of Singapore (FAS) on Sunday, August 29, 8AM – 9PM, at Hong Lim Park. You are cordially invited to the FAS 73rd Founding Anniversary Celebration cum Philippines Fiesta 2010 Theme: "Reaching-out to Filipinos and Singapore Community, Restore the Filipino Links, […]

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Barangay Singapore on July 3rd, 2009

Tweet Ka Roger, a pinoy food eatery known for their BBQ and other Filipino foods has a branch in Tampines. It is strategically located near the Tampines Mall, around 10mins walk from Starbucks and Church of the Holy Trinity. They are open from everyday starting from 8AM to 8PM. If you want to inquire regarding […]

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Barangay Singapore on June 25th, 2009

Tweet Anthony Bourdain is a 28-year veteran professional chefs, author of the book Kitchen Confidential and host of the popular Travel Channel show “No Reservations”. Kitchen Confidential became an unlikely, but enduring, international bestseller. He has since milked that lucky break for everything it’s worth. No Reservations (now entering its fifth season), he travels the […]

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Barangay Singapore on June 25th, 2009

Tweet Another new pinoy food stall named TAKE OUT was recently opened in the Tampines area to serve the pinoy community in the East Area. The store is strategically located in the hawker center in front of Holy Trinity Church in Tampines St. 11… Their specialty include but not limited to Pancit Malabon and puto. […]

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Barangay Singapore on May 11th, 2009

Tweet Filipino Cuisine with an International Twist, that’s what they call Bonifacio. Aptly named after the Father of the Philippine Revolution, Bonifacios epitomizes the revolutionary spirit that drives the team to dish up modern Filipino cuisine to satisfy the tastebuds of those yearning for home-cooked Pinoy dishes. Filipino expatriates in Singapore do not have a […]

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