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We’ve Got You Covered This Weekend From Authentic Moroccan Dishes To Creative Pizza Making, Plus Superb Steak And Ice Cream

Le Couer du Maroc (The Heart of Morocco) at Rustan’s Makati

5th Floor, Rustan’s Makati, Courtyard Drive corner Ayala Avenue, Makati City, (02) 813-3739

The Heart of Morocco, in partnership with The Embassy of The Kingdom of Morocco and the Moroccan National Tourism Office in China, was launched last August. One of the main attractions was the mouthwatering authentic Moroccan cuisine in Café Casablanca, prepared by one of Morocco’s most famous chefs, Chef Moha Fedal.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Thankfully, this festival celebrating Moroccan culture, craftsmanship, and cuisine, has been extended up to September 15! So you can savor the finest Moroccan dishes and expect a one-of-a-kind gastronomic journey with Rustan’s Café Casablanca’s lunch buffet menu priced at P1,300 and three set dinner menus priced at P895 each.

Check out Rustan’s official Facebook page more more details.

 

Make Your Own Pizza with Gourdo’s at The Podium

3rd Level, The Podium, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City, (02) 632-7811, 638-9591

 

 

Bring your kids to The Podium this Saturday, September 8, and be creative as you learn how to make your own pizza!

Priced at P2,500, you and your youngsters can bond and enjoy making two to three pizzas from scratch, from the dough to the sauce, up to the wildest pizza topping selections you can think of. Check the Mom & Me: Make your Own Pizza event page on Facebook for more details.

 

Mad Mark's Creamery & Good Eats

Bonifacio Stopover, Rizal Drive, Bonifacio Global City

Known for original homemade ice cream flavors, plus affordable and generous in cut steaks and ribs, Mad Mark’s Creamery and Good Eats is now open in BGC Stopover for us to enjoy.

 

 

A throwback to the bygone era of making things from scratch in small batches, Mad Mark’s is famous for its original steak and ribs sauces with the use of Johnnie Walker Double Black Scotch Whiskey, and ice cream flavors like its bestsellers: Half Baked Madagascar made of half-baked cookie dough and Madagascar vanilla ice cream; Sumatra Strong Brew with its strong coffee taste made from freshly roasted Sumatra coffee beans submerged in fresh cream; and Javan Hot Chocolate consisting of cocoa beans from Indonesia mixed with fresh cream. Check out Mad Mark’s Creamery and Good Eats’ official Facebook page for more details.