Tasty Tantanmen of Little Kodo at BFBTC

Tantanmen of Little Kodo is now available at Buendia Food By The Court (BFBTC).  In the past few days, I was able to visit their food stall located at BFTC Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue corner Bautista and Finlandia Streets, Brgy. San San Isidro, Makati City.

I was craving for a hot soup during that time while I was walking by in the food park, until someone offered me to taste and eat a bowl of Tantanmen of Little Kodo. A ramen soup made with hot water, pork, egg, ramen, sea weeds, corn, garlic leaves and other ingredients that makes the Tantanmen tasty and delicious.

For me, the Tantanmen is best serve when hot and great with water or any of your favorite drink. I used to eat soup after eating a heavy meal  for proper digestion. Of course, you have to drink a lot of water which is beneficial to your health than drinking of soda.

In the BFTC, you can Eat, Relax and Play Basketball! By the way, after we played basketball, the group was given a budget by our employer for a great food experience of the food and drinks offered by the different food stalls and establishment in the food park area.

Tantanmen by Little Kodo

Until today, I am still curios why the Trade Name of their business is Little Kodo. In my next visit, I will ask the owner and of course will try their other products.

In the BFBTC, you can eat and relax with your friends or loved ones after office hours or during weekend. Little Kodo is open from 5:00PM until 12:00AM daily at the Buendia Food By The Court .

Buendia Food by the Court is NOW ACCEPTING MERCHANTS! Call 0917.5576959 for inquiries, or email buendiafoodbythecourt@gmail.com.

Chateau 1771 special treats anniversary promo

In celebration of its 25th year anniversary, Chateau 1771 is offering two special treats from May 18 to 31, 2013 featuring well-loved and one-of-a kind dishes by the group’s Executive Chef, Vicky Rose Pacheco.

True to the spirit of festivity, Chateau 1771 offers two stand-out dishes that have stood the test of time with a glass of wine for P990 net, available during dinner only. The first course is the restaurant’s renowned Raclette, a luxurious melted Swiss cheese with marbled potatoes, pickled onions and gherkins– a certified favorite for over two decades. The piece de resistance is the restaurant’s head-turner, Potence. Juicy and flavorful steak hangs from a metal gallows is presented to the diner flambéed with skill and flair. The beef is seasoned, robust and tender, dressed in its natural juices then whisked with some brandy.

The second menu is a tribute to Chef Vicky’s academic roots: a degustation menu highlighting Chateau’s signature dishes, especially prepared for Hotel and Restaurant Management students and 2013 HRIM graduates. Get the royal treatment and indulge in a sumptuous degustation for every group of four at P550 net each from 2 PM to 5 PM. Designed to delight and inspire future chefs and restaurateurs, the menu includes French Onion Soup, Caesar Salad, Pasta Chorizo, Lemon Chicken, Potence, and Coffee Pie. Upon reservation, valid school ID’s or class cards should be emailed to Alina Armena at chateaurestaurants@gmail.com.

If you’re looking for a winning fine dining restaurant, look no further than Chateau 1771. Its rare offer is sexy enough for a date yet comfortable enough for family, friends, students and graduates. And with its reputation as one of the most successful restaurants in Manila, diners can be assured that at Chateau 1771, there’s no mediocre meal. It is always an experience.