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What’s cooking: We’ve got our eyes on these food and drink offerings this September

By Brooke Villanueva Published Sep 06, 2021 5:28 pm

We always have something to look forward to in the food and beverage scene.

The Internet isn’t all bad. It has been of great help even in the time of pandemic as it has served as a great source of food reviews and hot offerings that can tickle our tastebuds. Whether it’s a new twist to our usual favorites or a weird combination of flavors that works, the food and beverage industry never ceases to surprise us with something we can delight in. 

Below, we’re sharing some delectable discoveries you might want to try soon. Be sure to come back to this article from time to time as we’ll be updating it with more food items the entire month of September. 

It’s still not safe to travel to Bangkok and enjoy our Thai favorites during this time. But thankfully, there’s a new store that can bring some irresistible Thai dishes right to our doorstep. Introducing Made in Bangkok—an online food spot under the Raspberry Kitchen Group that also started well-loved brands Ginza Gyu and Mama Cha. Included in the menu are Thai Crispy Chicken Curry Tray (P1,100), Wagyu Thai Steak Tray (P1,890), and Tom Yum Puff Noods (P850) as well as mouthwatering drinks like Tropical Thunder and Sticky Mango Rice Drink priced at P165 each. 

Starting at P429, you can enjoy Domino’s Pizza’s new Grilled Chicken Taco Pizza that provides the perfect blend of Mexican and American flavors in one offering. 

Many Instagram foodies love Sunny Side’s classic egg drop sandwich made with buttery brioche, fluffy scrambled egg, bacon, cheese, and special egg drop sauce. We’re one with them who are anticipating its new flavors for release soon: chicken ham, kani, and avocado.

Sebastian’s Ice Cream has something new for foodies who can’t get enough of classic Filipino treats. Check out its new Ginataan Ice Cream Collection that puts the spotlight on the goodness of coconut cream combined with fresh corn, fresh ube, and toasted munggo beans. Priced at P405 per pint, each flavor is 100% vegan and dairy-free. 

Looking for a drink that contains just a little bit of booze? You can get that in Horoyoi, which is a canned chu-hi beverage amped up with only 3% alcohol content. It has recently introduced its Hapikle flavor that tastes quite similar to Yakult soju that we all love.

Horoyoi Hapikle | Photo courtesy of Horoyoi

Article thumbnails from the stores’ Instagram pages