By Frinston L. Lim
At exactly 6 p.m. every day, more than a kilometer long of this city’s streets turn into a bustling dining hall—sweet-smelling smoke wafting from hundreds of grills set up in tents as a massive army of famished students, office workers and people from all walks of life troop to feast on various, affordable culinary fares.
At Franklin’s, a famed barbecue joint in Texas, pushing to the front of the line will cost you. President Barack Obama learned this lesson the hard way on Thursday when he stepped into the meat-lovers paradise in Austin.
By Julliane Love De Jesus
A restaurant in the Chinese community in Binondo, Manila caught fire on Tuesday morning, a radio report said.
A total of 21 people, including 13 foreigners, died in a Taliban suicide assault on a popular restaurant in Kabul, police said Saturday, as witnesses gave horrific accounts of the carnage.
By Ador Vincent S. Mayol
A P2 million damage suit was filed by a female lawyer against a restaurant that allegedly served her iced tea that contained bits of broken glass.