#WhereInPH: Pizza, Pasta and more at Don Henrico’s Baguio and Metro Manila



My first Don Henrico's visit was when I was in Baguio with our student publication adviser, ma'am Elea and one of our editors, ate Emz. I was the editor-in-chief then. We went to Baguio to finish our second issue for our 2012 edition.

Like Good Taste, Don Henrico’s in Baguio is an institution and one of the favorite dining places of tourists. It has two branches there.

The Italian restaurant chain is such a hit with Filipinos because sharing is easy. There are a large amount of servings of your order and there’s so much variety.

The family-style Italian eatery that began with a 75-seater branch on Session Road in Baguio back in 1993 now has different branches (two in Baguio, one in Malate, one in Cebu, one in Tomas Morato, one in Greenhills, one in West Avenue, one in Santa Lucia East Grand Mall, and one in Festival Mall, Alabang).

The restaurant also caters to even bigger groups, offering not just “Share” size (2 to 3 people) but “Family” size as well (good for 4 to 5 people).


The Strawberry Sans Rival is a must try.


In Mega Manila, Don Henrico's offers Summer Salad (P260 share, P480 family), a combination of three crisp lettuce with mango, grapes, kiwi, mandarin oranges and walnut and served with vinaigrette dressing.


X.O. Seafood Pasta (P310 share, P580 family) has fish fillet, shrimps, and squid in a seafood X.O. sauce.
For your dessert, you must try Toblerone Cheesecake (P175), Speculoos Cake (P175) and Chocolate Nirvana Cake (P150).


Favorite pasta dishes are Crab Fettuccini (P310 share, P580 family) and the spicy Pacific Rim Seafood Pasta (P310 share, P580 family).
If you are going to Baguio, make sure that you visit their main branch because there a lot of flavor ready to satisfy your cravings there.


Tutto de Mare (P250) has shrimps and squid cooked in flavored marinara sauce. Baked Ziti (P190) is mixed with sauteed beef chunks, Italian sausage, mushroom and cheese mixture. Seafood Pesto Linguine in Cream Sauce (P275) is a grand mixture of shrimp with peeled tail, squid rings and crabsticks simmer with pesto sauce and pesto cream sauce with melted butter and minced garlic.

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Seafood Romano Pizza (P310 - 10 inches, P570 - 14 inches, P750 - 18 inches) is a great combination of marinated squid and shrimp spread in a red and green bell pepper with mozzarella cheese. Don Henrico's Supreme Pasta (P299 - 10 inches, P540 - 14 inches, P710 - 18 inches) is Don Henrico's own creation Pepperoni, beef, ham, mushroom, pineapple tidbits and black olives.

Vegetarian? Try Primavera Pizza (P290 - 10 inches, P520 - 14 inches, P680 - 18 inches).

Don Henrico's has Pizza Wrap (P155) Menu which includes Don Henrico's Pizza Wrap, Primavera Wrap, Pizza Con Carne Wrap and Italian Garlic Mushroom Wrap.

For its Calzone (P255) Menu, it offers Beef Calzone, Italian Sausage Calzone and Vegetable Calzone.

The Chicken Ala Buffalo is a traditional upstate New York style tender pieces of chicken marinated coated with tangy barbeque sauce. It has solo pack (P260 - 3 pieces), twin pack (P510 - 6 pieces) and family (P780 - 10 pieces).

They also serve Special Rice Meals (P130 to P305) and Burgers (P147 to P230).

For the dessert, you may try Choco-Caramel Fantasy (P148), Tiramisu (P148) and Hawaiian Fruit Salad (P95).

Visit their branches:

BAGUIO

Session Road Baguio     
G/F Puso ng Baguio Bldg.,Session Road, Baguio City
Tel.Nos: (074) 442-8802 ; 444-3600

Sm City Baguio            
Lower Ground Floor, SM City Baguio
Tel.Nos.: (074) 619-7808 
METRO MANILA

Malate            
JPL Bldg. Roxas Blvd cor. Pedro Gil St. Malate, Manila
Tel. Nos.: 524-9134 ; 524-9141

Alabang                
2nd Level near Bridgeway Entrance, Filinvest Festival Supermall
Tel Nos.: 850-3915 to 17

West Avenue     
West Avenue cor. Examiner St., Quezon City
Tel. Nos.: 371-7171 ; 372-7272 ; 372-3777

Mall of Asia
Ground Level of South Entertainment Mall, Mall Of Asia Complex, Pasay City
Tel. Nos: 556-2848 ; 556- 2904

Glorietta 1
2nd Floor, Glorietta Mall Ayala Center, Makati City
Tel. Nos: 511-1542; 511-8196

Greenhills            

2ND Floor, Connecticut Arcade, Greenhills Shopping Center, San Juan City
Tel. Nos.: 571-3911 ; 571-3912

Tomas Morato
Toledo Building, Tomas Morato Avenue cor Sct. Limbaga St., Quezon City
Tel. Nos: 332-2201 ; 332-2254

RIZAL

Sta. Lucia           
The Brick Road, Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall, Cainta, Rizal
Tel. No.: 681-5242 ; 682-7095

For their menu, visit their website. You may also visit their Facebook and Twitter pages.

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Author: Paul Michael Camania Jaramillo

Student| Youth Advocate | Leader | Environmental Advocate | Writer | Blogger | RH Advocate

I am neither especially clever nor especially gifted. I am only very, very curious. — Albert Einstein
I write about darkness because I want to show the light — Jose Rizal


Paul is an Accountancy graduate from the Northwestern University. He works for VoicePoints. He was the former College Editors Guild of the Philippines-Ilocos Chairperson. He likes discussing tax issues. He was one of the finalists of the PWC Cup (Taxation and Payroll Accounting)

He has been involved in different advocacy and defending human rights. As a blogger, writer, netizen and an advocate, he has found focus & interest on sexuality & reproductive health, deaf rights & legal access and youth development, leadership, environment advocacy, issues in the nation and in the world, religion, culture and human rights At the age of 14, he has fully embraced the call of leadership.

He was a Lussoc National High School 'The Sring' and 'Ang Batis' news editor. A radical visionary leader, he has led organizations of the Supreme Student Government, Science Club, Youth for Environment in Schools Organization, Interact Club, Math Club, Philippine National Red Cross and other organizations in their institution. He was also awarded as a distinguished student leader as a former officer of the Supreme Student Government and received President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Campus Journalism Award. He attended two National Leadership Training for the Student Government Officers, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, Youth for Environment Summer Camp, Science Leaders Congress and Schools Press Conference. Joined and won in the several contests from their school to the national level.

He is an organist and an officer of the Church of Christ (Iglesia Ni Cristo).


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WHERE IN METRO MANILA: Full of flavor? Experience Singapore's Boon Tong Kee



After our SM MOA By The Bay adventure, we need to satisfy ourselves with Singapore's flavor.

We found the first branch of the Singaporean restaurant chain Boon Tong Kee in the Philippines in SM Mall of Asia.

Boon Tong Kee also has a branch at Rockwell’s Power Plant Mall in Makati and along Tomas Morato in Quezon City beside Burgoo. Another one is at the new UP Town Center along Katipunan.

Starting as a small chicken rice stall in Singapore’s Chinatown in 1979, Boon Tong Kee has grown into an international franchise.


Like other restaurants offering Singapore cuisine, the initial interest in Boon Tong Kee among Filipino foodies was mainly due to the Hainanese chicken rice, which is listed on the menu as “Signature Boiled Chicken” and comes in three portions – quarter (P245), half (P455) and whole (P845) – with the chicken rice shaped like a pyramid.


Another best-selling dish is the Crispy Cereal Prawn (P375 for regular and P655 for large), which is as tasty as it looks, especially with those oat strings covering the prawns.

Crispy Roast Chicken (P235 for quarter, P425 for half and P755 for whole) is a fried version of the Signature Boiled Chicken.


Fried Spare Ribs with Zhen Jiang Sauce (P395), which is served with fried buns is like an Asian version of American barbecue pork ribs.

You may also try Fried Beef Fillet (P295) which has two version - with Spring Onion and Ginger, and Black Pepper.

Coffee Pork Ribs (P295) is a must try. It is one of the favorite dishes in Boon Tong Kee Singapore.  They use the same exact sauce mix from Singapore.

You have to try Deep Fried Prawns with Salad (P325 for regular and P595 for large). It has candy sprinkles.

Their Crispy Beancurd  (P185) is a deep fried, pillowy soft beancurd cubes with a light, crisp coating.

For dessert, they have Green Tea Creme Caramel (P145), Pulot Hitam (P145) and Sago-Gula Melaka with Vanilla Ice Cream (P145).

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You can make reservations at (02) 804 2862.

Visit their official website or Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.

All photos from Boon Tong Kee Philippines.

For business feature and event coverage, send your invitation to paulgeniusboy@yahoo.com.

Author: Paul Michael Camania Jaramillo

Student| Youth Advocate | Leader | Environmental Advocate | Writer | Blogger | RH Advocate

I am neither especially clever nor especially gifted. I am only very, very curious. — Albert Einstein
I write about darkness because I want to show the light — Jose Rizal


Paul is an Accountancy graduate from the Northwestern University. He works for VoicePoints. He was the former College Editors Guild of the Philippines-Ilocos Chairperson. He likes discussing tax issues. He was one of the finalists of the PWC Cup (Taxation and Payroll Accounting)

He has been involved in different advocacy and defending human rights. As a blogger, writer, netizen and an advocate, he has found focus & interest on sexuality & reproductive health, deaf rights & legal access and youth development, leadership, environment advocacy, issues in the nation and in the world, religion, culture and human rights At the age of 14, he has fully embraced the call of leadership.

He was a Lussoc National High School 'The Sring' and 'Ang Batis' news editor. A radical visionary leader, he has led organizations of the Supreme Student Government, Science Club, Youth for Environment in Schools Organization, Interact Club, Math Club, Philippine National Red Cross and other organizations in their institution. He was also awarded as a distinguished student leader as a former officer of the Supreme Student Government and received President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Campus Journalism Award. He attended two National Leadership Training for the Student Government Officers, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, Youth for Environment Summer Camp, Science Leaders Congress and Schools Press Conference. Joined and won in the several contests from their school to the national level.

He is an organist and an officer of the Church of Christ (Iglesia Ni Cristo).


CONTRIBUTE. Send your articles to  silentvoicepoints@yahoo.com. Subject on your email: VoicePoints. WRITE anything (English or Filipino). SHARE your views. CAPTURE every moment.

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Sarah Geronimo, Piolo Pascual to star in 'The Breakup Playlist'

BY PAUL MICHAEL CAMANIA JARAMILLO

Sarah Geronimo and Piolo Pascual perform in an episode of 'Sarah G Live!' in 2012. Photo from the actress' official website
Pop star Sarah Geronimo and primetime heartthrob Piolo Pascual will be paired on the big screen for the first time via a movie titled "The Breakup Playlist."

Speaking with ABS-CBN News' Mario Dumaual, Geronimo cited "improvements in the material" as the reason behind the project's delay. Pascual, in a 2014 interview, said the film was scheduled at one point for a Valentine's Day release.

To be directed by Dan Villegas, "The Breakup Playlist" will revolve around two musicians -- an aspiring professional singer played by Geronimo, and a rock star portrayed by Pascual -- who collaborate and fall in love.

The premiere date of "The Breakup Playlist" has yet to be announced.

The project follows Pascual's most successful movie in his 20-year career, "Starting Over Again," which was released early this year and now ranks among the highest grossing Philippines films of all time.

Geronimo was last seen in "Maybe This Time" with Coco Martin.

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WHERE IN METRO MANILA: Authentic Northern Chinese cuisine at Kanzhu Hand-Pulled Noodles



It's 6PM and we should find a good dining place. After our Fort Santiago tour, we decided to dine in a Filipino restaurant around Intramuros but we ended up searching for a Chinese restaurant in SM Manila. What?!

I love their SM Manila branch because the service was quick and the receptionists were attentive.

In an area enclosed with glass window, authentic chefs demonstrate their noodle pulling expertise. In Northern China,  hand-pulled noodles are a staple and beef and lamb are the specialty items.


For cold appetizers, Black Fungus with Jellyfish Salad (P80) is one of the regular choices of customers. We ordered 5-in-1 Appetizer Sampler (P240) which has a sliced beef, beef tendon, black fungus with jellyfish, century egg and seasoned carrots. Other cold appetizers included in the menu are Sliced Beef Cold Cuts with Special Beef Sauce  and Beef Tendon Cold Cuts, both at P150.


Pair your noodles with Special Lamb Dumplings (P150) and Pork and Chive Dumplings (P120) and have the seven pieces either steamed or pan-fried as you dip in a special black vinegar sauce.

Braised Beef Dry Noodles (P165) is the usual choice of their customers. Imported US beef cubes mixed together with special herbs and spices are patiently braised inside the pressure cooker until it reaches the right tenderness. You may also try Kanzhu Plain Dry Noodles (P90), Dry Noodles with Fried Scallion in Oil  (P100), Mixed Seafood Dry Noodles (P150), Beef Tendon Dry Noodles (P160) and Yuxiang Eggplant with Minced Pork Dry Noodles (P185).

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There is more to choose from.

They have noodle soup priced at P90 to P185. For dimsum, they have Pan Fried Radish Cake (P75). We tried Shrimp Hakaw (P125) and Taosi Spareribs (P90). The X.O Dry Noodles menu features Sliced Beef XO Dry Noodles, Mixed Seafood XO Dry Noodles and Fish Fillet XO Dry Noodles, all priced at P165.

They also offer fried noodles like Mixed Vegetable Fried Noodles (P150) and Mixed Seafood Fried Noodles (P200).


For our main dish, we ordered Kanzhu Braised Beef (P240). Their main dishes are Stir Fried Chinese Sausage with French Beans (P160), Yuxiang Eggplant with Minced Pork (P180), Tang Zhu Pork (P220), Crispy Lemon Chicken (P240), Wok Fried Fragrant Chicken (P240), Ma La Niu Rou (P360), a spicy szechuan beef in hot chili broth, and Ziran Yang Rou (P360).

They offer milk tea in different flavors. We also tried Wok Fried Tofu Salad (P160). For our dessert, we ordered Chilled Green Tea Taho (P65).

You may visit their branches near you:

Quezon City
G/F Prince Jun Condominium, Timog Ave. QC

San Juan
G/F Citiplace Bldg, J. Abad Santos St., San Juan

Pasig
Unit 122-123 CFA G/F SM Super Center Frontera Verde, E. Rodriguez Jr. Ave., Ugong, Pasig City

Marikina
Unit 104 nodison center, 9 Marcos Highway, Brgy. San Roque, Marikina City 

You may also visit their Facebook page for their promotions.


For business feature and event coverage, send your invitation to paulgeniusboy@yahoo.com.

Author: Paul Michael Camania Jaramillo

Student| Youth Advocate | Leader | Environmental Advocate | Writer | Blogger | RH Advocate

I am neither especially clever nor especially gifted. I am only very, very curious. — Albert Einstein
I write about darkness because I want to show the light — Jose Rizal


Paul is an Accountancy graduate from the Northwestern University. He works for VoicePoints. He was the former College Editors Guild of the Philippines-Ilocos Chairperson. He likes discussing tax issues. He was one of the finalists of the PWC Cup (Taxation and Payroll Accounting)

He has been involved in different advocacy and defending human rights. As a blogger, writer, netizen and an advocate, he has found focus & interest on sexuality & reproductive health, deaf rights & legal access and youth development, leadership, environment advocacy, issues in the nation and in the world, religion, culture and human rights At the age of 14, he has fully embraced the call of leadership.

He was a Lussoc National High School 'The Sring' and 'Ang Batis' news editor. A radical visionary leader, he has led organizations of the Supreme Student Government, Science Club, Youth for Environment in Schools Organization, Interact Club, Math Club, Philippine National Red Cross and other organizations in their institution. He was also awarded as a distinguished student leader as a former officer of the Supreme Student Government and received President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Campus Journalism Award. He attended two National Leadership Training for the Student Government Officers, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, Youth for Environment Summer Camp, Science Leaders Congress and Schools Press Conference. Joined and won in the several contests from their school to the national level.

He is an organist and an officer of the Church of Christ (Iglesia Ni Cristo).


CONTRIBUTE. Send your articles to  silentvoicepoints@yahoo.com. Subject on your email: VoicePoints. WRITE anything (English or Filipino). SHARE your views. CAPTURE every moment.

Get regular updates straight from your Facebook and Twitter accounts with The Blog of Innocence: SilentVoice Points. Make sure that you keep informed about the latest happenings around you. Be a fan of VoicePoints page on Facebook. Join the online conversation of the people behind your history. Follow and get some tweet updates from @voicepoints on Twitter. Discuss and be a part of this changing world. We believe in your voice. We believe in you. Shout! Speak your mind! Join now! You have the right. You have the freedom!

The Blog of Innocence: SilentVoice Points is accepting works and articles - news on our nation and the world, social issues, environment, advocacy, entertainment, trending issues and events, history, literature, reviews, travel, science and technology and discoveries. We reserve the right to edit and not to publish articles for reasons of libel and ethics.

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WHERE IN METRO MANILA: Ristorante delle Mitre, a restaurant dedicated to Catholic bishops


This was the first time I dined in a Catholic-themed restaurant. Thanks to Kapatiran Sandugo, Fundacion Santiago, Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional, Instituto Cervantes, and Consulado de España en Manila for sponsoring our heritage tour in September 2012. This was part of the Proyekto Ventura de los Reyes. I was with my fellow Millennium Development Goals Essay Writing Contest winners and Mass Communication and Teacher Education students from Bicol University, Holy Name University, University of Northern Philippines, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, Philippine Normal University, University of Makati, and Western Mindanao State University.

Owned and managed by the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP), proceeds of Ristorante delle Mitre go to feeding the poor and less fortunate.

I did not know that Ristorante delle Mitre is a CBCP-owned restaurant until I decided to make this review.

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It is a cozy restaurant tucked in Calle Real del Palacio (now General Luna Street), right across the San Agustin Church in Intramuros. To keep up with the Catholic theme of the place, items on the menu are either named after church officials or are recipes from priests and nuns.

The interiors of the place heavily utilized wood and different Catholic religious items are seen in almost every corner.

The “mitre” in the name translates to miter, which is the term for the tall headdress worn by bishops and senior abbots.

The displayed cakes indicate its initial concept as a coffee shop.

The idea for the restaurant started out as a concept for a coffee shop, inspired by Italian coffee shops over a simple conversation among Filipino bishops in Rome, upon the invitation of a Filipino Jesuit priest a few years ago. Bishop John Du wished the CBCP back home could enjoy a similar venue back home.


The menu features various favorite dishes of bishops: from Cardinal Vidal's krispy pata (regular P288, large serving P408), kare-kare  (P248) to shrimp in garlic sauce pasta (P188) or pomodoro (P168) inspired by Cardinal Rosales' favorite noodle dishes.

For salad and vegetable dishes, they have Bishop Garcera's Laing (P88), Bishop Beltran's Pinakbet (P148), Delle Mitre Tossed Green Salad with Mushroom Filo (P178), Bishop De Leano's Pomelo Salad (P198) and Bishop Sobreviñas Garden Salad with Camaron Rebosado (P218).

The Nuncio's Favorite menu features Archbishop Padilla's Tinolang Manok (P128) and Archbishop Auza's Creamy Tomato Seafood Soup (P138).


Cakes cost around P128 to P148 per slice.

Ristorante delle Mitre is open Monday to Sunday, 8AM to 9PM. Like their Facebook page.

All photos from Ristorante delle Mitre.

For business feature and event coverage, send your invitation to paulgeniusboy@yahoo.com.

Author: Paul Michael Camania Jaramillo

Student| Youth Advocate | Leader | Environmental Advocate | Writer | Blogger | RH Advocate

I am neither especially clever nor especially gifted. I am only very, very curious. — Albert Einstein
I write about darkness because I want to show the light — Jose Rizal


Paul is an Accountancy graduate from the Northwestern University. He works for VoicePoints. He was the former College Editors Guild of the Philippines-Ilocos Chairperson. He likes discussing tax issues. He was one of the finalists of the PWC Cup (Taxation and Payroll Accounting)

He has been involved in different advocacy and defending human rights. As a blogger, writer, netizen and an advocate, he has found focus & interest on sexuality & reproductive health, deaf rights & legal access and youth development, leadership, environment advocacy, issues in the nation and in the world, religion, culture and human rights At the age of 14, he has fully embraced the call of leadership.

He was a Lussoc National High School 'The Sring' and 'Ang Batis' news editor. A radical visionary leader, he has led organizations of the Supreme Student Government, Science Club, Youth for Environment in Schools Organization, Interact Club, Math Club, Philippine National Red Cross and other organizations in their institution. He was also awarded as a distinguished student leader as a former officer of the Supreme Student Government and received President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Campus Journalism Award. He attended two National Leadership Training for the Student Government Officers, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, Youth for Environment Summer Camp, Science Leaders Congress and Schools Press Conference. Joined and won in the several contests from their school to the national level.

He is an organist and an officer of the Church of Christ (Iglesia Ni Cristo).


CONTRIBUTE. Send your articles to  silentvoicepoints@yahoo.com. Subject on your email: VoicePoints. WRITE anything (English or Filipino). SHARE your views. CAPTURE every moment.

Get regular updates straight from your Facebook and Twitter accounts with The Blog of Innocence: SilentVoice Points. Make sure that you keep informed about the latest happenings around you. Be a fan of VoicePoints page on Facebook. Join the online conversation of the people behind your history. Follow and get some tweet updates from @voicepoints on Twitter. Discuss and be a part of this changing world. We believe in your voice. We believe in you. Shout! Speak your mind! Join now! You have the right. You have the freedom!

The Blog of Innocence: SilentVoice Points is accepting works and articles - news on our nation and the world, social issues, environment, advocacy, entertainment, trending issues and events, history, literature, reviews, travel, science and technology and discoveries. We reserve the right to edit and not to publish articles for reasons of libel and ethics.

Need advertising partners? Email us now silentvoicepoints@yahoo.com.  Advertise with us!

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