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50 Questions about the Game of Thrones Season 8 Finale

50 Questions about the Game of Thrones Season 8 Finale

So it has ended. After watching this Fantasy Adventure series for 9 years, the Game of Thrones HBO series has concluded leaving many of us discombobulated and confused and satisfied over the progression of the last season. From this point on, I would advise against […]

Spectrum at Fairmont: Japanese Izakaya Done Right

Spectrum at Fairmont: Japanese Izakaya Done Right

Delight in your favourite Japanese dishes at the Spectrum at Fairmont where they serve various culinary favourites every Wednesday night.

Grand Hyatt Manila: A Norwegian Feast at the Grand Kitchen

Grand Hyatt Manila: A Norwegian Feast at the Grand Kitchen

Whenever you think about salmon, whether in a restaurant or in the supermarket, do you notice it always says Norwegian Salmon? Aside from being the second top exporter of seafood, they produce quality products that are clean tasting and moist in texture. From their sustainable fishing practices to their centuries knowledge on preparation. They are known worldwide to have excellent quality seafood.



Norway’s commitment to sustainable fishing dates back to 1816, they were the first country to place regulations to ensure that healthy stocks are maintained, with a sound process to ensure that it will not negatively impact the environment.

Grand Hyatt Manila is home to a myriad of diverse restaurant concepts, each a pleasing journey to the palate. “A Norwegian Feast” is part of the collection of moments of more at Grand Hyatt Manila.

In partnership with the Royal Norwegian Embassy and the Philippine Norway Business Council, they are launching the first ever Norwegian Seafood Festival. It starts on May 17 with the first Norwegian Seafood Extravaganza featuring stellar chefs namely Chef Stig Drageide, 2016 Asia’s Best Female Chef Margarita Fores and Grand Hyatt Manila’s very own Executive Chef Mark Hagan.

The feast continues from May 18-26, where diners of the Grand Kitchen will have the opportunity to indulge in the famed seafood from the icy cold waters of Norway.

Snippets from the Launch


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A number of dishes that were showcased were the following:

  • Cured Salmon/Potatoes/Lemon Gelee/ Crispy Potatoes/ Caviar – Our personal favourite is the cured salmon topped with lemon gelee paired with the crispy potato with caviar. It had a nice clean taste which was accented by the lemon gelee and complimented by the radish and texture from the potatoes.
  • Potato/ Dill/ King Crab – Crispy tart crust topped with potatoes and king crab.
  • Lamb/ Peas/ Potatoes – The Lamb and potatoes were arranged in mille-feuille like fashion where there were two layers of lamb and thinly sliced potatoes. Then topped with peas and crispy potato skin in a soy glaze.

Each of the different dishes utilizes ingredients that are most abundant in Norway, this includes game and seafood.


Chef Stig Drageide of the Theatercafeen elevates the palate with new highlights to its selection in its premiere a la minute restaurant, The Grand Kitchen.


For over a century the TheatreCafeen has been a home for many influential members of the art and culture scene of Norway. Executive chef Stig Drageide and his team prepare dishes and set menus using the best seasonal produce. They draw their inspiration primarily from European cuisines.



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Feast on Norwegian Halibut, Haddock, Whiting Fish, Blue Mussels, Scallops and of course, the famous Norwegian Salmon at the Grand Kitchen.

Available at PHP 1,906 NETT for lunch and PHP 2,200 NETT for dinner.


The Grand Kitchen

  • Address: Grand Hyatt Manila, 8th Avenue, corner, 35th St, Taguig, 1634 Metro Manila
  • Contact No. : (02) 838 1234


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Soogba: The Best Inasal in Manila

Soogba: The Best Inasal in Manila

A Declarative Statement: Soogba whips out the BEST Chicken Inasal in Metro Manila.

Comfort Food Series- University Eats: DLSU Taft Memories

Comfort Food Series- University Eats: DLSU Taft Memories

Food that are reminiscent of  our college days in De La Salle University (Taft). Where the food is cheap, tasty, and memorable.

5 steps to slay your next Christmas Party with FGDO and Old Swiss Inn

5 steps to slay your next Christmas Party with FGDO and Old Swiss Inn

Clueless on how to plan and execute your next group Christmas party? Well your here for a treat The Fat Girls Day Out crew together with our friends from the Old Swiss Inn Restaurant have listed down five (5) simple steps to make sure to help you create a memorable event.


Christmas party


The first thing you want to think of is your event theme and objectives. This helps you narrow where you can have your event, and the size of your venue.

  • Objectives: What’s the purpose of your event? Whether it’s a Christmas Party, Gala Dinner, End-of-year (EOY) Celebration or Awards Night, it’s usually less about Christmas and more about celebrating!
  • Event Theme: Is this a reunion? Is this an office event? Do you need a stage and a band? Decide what you need early on. Remember it’s easier to book things in advanced in this season.

Whether it’s a family or an office event, it’s important to determine what you need in a venue and for how many people you are planning to have at your party.

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The next thing you need to know is your budget. Determine how much you are willing to spend for the following and stick to it:

  • Food and Beverage per pax – Whether it’s 500 PHP per head to 2,000 PHP it’s important to stay within your budget.
  • Decorations cost – Find your inspiration online, and list down everything you need.
  • Venue (if any) – Consider that some venue place have a minimum consumable amount or have an additional charge to using private venues.
  • Contingent Fund  (10% of your total cost) This is your safety fund.

These four things are the most basic things to consider when planning your budget. Create a checklist.


Now that you know what you want and what you need, it’s time to book your venue.

What you need to consider:

  • Venue Size – is the venue the right size? Is it in a good location? Is there sufficient parking space?
  • Facilities in the venue – is there a projector? A mic or a free sound system?

Remember once you determine what you need, book this immediately, this goes out fast.

Here at Old Swiss Inn, they provide the venue and food. Whether you need a venue, in Paco, in Shaw or in Makati, they got you covered. They have venues for you that come with uniformed waiters, a projector system, a sound system, and FREE use of their function room.



Filipinos love to eat, and the best way we know how to celebrate is by eating celebratory dishes in huge amounts that we share with out loved ones. Whether you choose a venue with food, or choose to have catering at your own house.

The Food is the most important thing you need to consider when planning your party. It’s not only a conversation starter, but most of the time becomes the most memorable thing  that everyone remembers in your party.

By serving your guests with conversation starters such as a fondue, raclette, cheese and chocolate fondue, you provide a celebratory food they have not tried before.


Christmas party

Old Swiss Inn provides a variety of menu options for you and your family. They also have an ongoing promo for Birthday parties and Baptisms that gives you 15% off their packages for 60 pax and above on weekends until October 31, 2018.

For more details on their packages click on the link below:



Whenever you have those 4 items down, all that’s left is to create an experience. From the moment, they get to the venue to the time they sit down that be sure that each of these key items have been taken care of, this creates a positive atmosphere and environment to have a great time. This also leaves you hassle free, that the only thing left to do is the entertainment. So whether you have a program, a live band, a raffle, or games having those things in check will contribute to the overall success of your event.

Last Minute Tips:

  • Make sure to provide the correct time when setting up.
  • Always find out who the head waiter is, if you have any special requests or a VIP guest you want to accommodate, he’s your guy.
  • Don’t forget to tip!

By choosing the right venue and food, you can immediately create a experience that you all will share.

We at Fat Girls Day Out believe that the key to any event is providing you with unique one-of-a-kind experience that you can’t find anywhere else.

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Soban K-Town Grill: 6 Types of Meat and Unlimited Sides

Soban K-Town Grill: 6 Types of Meat and Unlimited Sides

Share a meal, K-town style by having 6 plates of meat, and unlimited sides cooked the Korean way. Don’t worry, the wait staff are happy to teach you!

Niu at the Podium: Overwhelm Your Palate in 9 Ways

Niu at the Podium: Overwhelm Your Palate in 9 Ways

A new addition to Podium Mall is Niu by Vikings. Niu means “nine” in the Viking Language and has a significant meaning to Norse Mythology. Here at Niu, they redefine the 9 norse realms by creating 9 different stations. FAT GIRLS DAY OUT NIUWith lush seating all over the restaurant. It’s spacious and decorated with high ceilings, glittering chandeliers, a grand piano, they fill the space with elements that says luxury.Each station has a different theme that caters to a variety of international and local dishes. FAT GIRLS DAY OUT NIU

9 Different Themed Stations:

  • Japanese Selection that covers Sashimi and Sushi Bar, Teppan and Tempura Station and Sake
  • Cold Cuts and Cheese – Assortments of Cheese, cold cuts, and hors d’œuvres.
  • Seafood and Salad Station –  Cold Shrimps and mussels, and a selection of greens, dressings and a whole wheel of Parmesano Reggiano.
  • Carving Station – Think heaps of MEAT with Rib Eye, Angus Chuck Roll, Stuffed Turkey, Beef Ribs, Stuffed Pork Belly, and Angus Beef Belly. Pan sear and add your choice of gravy.
  • Pasta Bar – White sauce, Red Sauce, Truffle Sauce, just ask them they’ll make it for you. Watch out for their specials too. Hint: F*** Gras and Tru**les
  • Pizza – A brick oven that creates various white and red sauce pizzas.
  • Chinese Station – An assortment of dimsum, chinese classics, and shabu shabu.
  • Pan – Asian Station – Take your pick of Rendang, curry, and other South East Asian themed dishes.
  • Desserts Station – Consisting of donuts, fresh fruits in season, cakes, pastries, crepes, Filipino rice desserts, and gelato.



Thick plump pieces of prawn dumpling steamed in a bamboo container. Generous pieces of shrimps and bamboo shoots wrapped in a nice thin coat. Dip into a calamansi, soy sauce, and chili mixture.


A variety of fresh Sashimi, Nigiri and Sushi. Take your pick of tuna, salmon, ika, tamago, and tako.


A Carving Station with Rib eye steak, Beef Shawarma, Beef Ribs, Lechon, Angus Beef Belly and Stuffed Turkey.  Our personal favorite is the Rib Eye.


As a part of their complimentary menu, try their Foie Gras Ravioli with truffle sauce. A generous slice of foie gras rich with the fresh ravioli.


Unlimited Wine, Cocktails, and Sake. It’s alcohol, need I say more?



Niu at the Podium pulls out all the stops in their new branch, from their extensive food and drinks selection, their beautifully decorated dining area, and their impeccable service. Each wait staff is ready to help and assist you, in every area of the buffet. While the atmosphere welcomes you into a night of luxury and comfort. We recommend to start with the Japanese area then work your way to the carving station while most definitely not missing out on their dessert. Wash this down with Sake or Wine to get the full experience.  NIU by Vikings Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
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Misuzu Japanese Restaurant: Kimonos, tatami mats, and sushi.

Misuzu Japanese Restaurant: Kimonos, tatami mats, and sushi.

Skip the mall and other generic chains and head over to Misuzu for your fix of Japanese dishes prepared by a Japanese chef.