Dining Out (08/08/19)

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SaladStop! Kokoro bowl

SALADSTOP! has come out with a new seasonal item, the Kokoro Warm Grain Bowl which is available in all SaladStop! locations, except Ayala Tower 1, from Aug. 5 to 31. The bowl consists of nourishing grains, such as quinoa and brown rice. A boost of protein comes from a generous serving of baked salmon; while carrots, romaine lettuce, and cabbage add to its nutritional value. It also gets its crunch from sunflower seeds and sweet corn. A furikake seasoning and sesame lime dressing lend some Japanese flavors to the Asian-themed dish.

Pescetarian Restaurant

WHILE THE Farm at San Benito has long been known for its vegan restaurant, Alive! Restaurant, last July, The Farm expanded its offering by opening PESCE, a new pescetarian restaurant that includes fish on the menu. The fish is wild caught said General Manager, Preet Singh. While fish is included as the main source of protein, the restaurant combines this with consciously cultivated, organic living foods, like whole grains, fruits, and vegetables. And following the inspiration for its name, the restaurant serves Mediterranean inspired dishes that focus on health and the longevity of life.

PESCE will be offering three-course meals (soup/salad, entrée, and dessert) at P3,500 net. Prior reservations will be required by calling 0917-572-2210 or e-mail fbm@thefarm.com.ph. For details visit www.thefarmatsanbenito.com.

Holiday Inn Baguio’s coffee

HOLIDAY Inn Baguio City Centre, along Legarda Road, is keeping rainy afternoons warm and cozy with Caffeinated Afternoons. Daily from 2-5 p.m., the Lamisaan Dining & Bar will serve free-flowing special Benguet coffee or teas and unlimited cakes, pastries, and merienda choices. For details visit www.holidayinn.com/baguio or call (074) 620-3333 or (632) 571-6079.