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Favorite Quarantine Cuisine Local Flavors Fest at S Maison

Favorite Quarantine Cuisine Local Flavors Fest at S Maison

With the lockdown, many have discovered their baking or cooking skills, or shared their

 heirloom recipes. Some have even established their own online food business, with home-cooked food that they think would console and comfort us.

S Maison features the Quarantine Cuisine that many of us have discovered during the lockdown and have become family favorites, in their Local Flavors Food Fest, which is ongoing until September 27 at the mall’s atrium.

Fedici’s cheesecakes have been a sweet spot for those on quarantine with their premium local quality ingredients. Don’t miss their Signature Strawberry Cheesecake, Brulee, and White Chocolate Alcapone.

 

Brew Fix is definitely a challenger in the cold brew coffee market with its hashtag “Ang kape na #kayakangipaglaban”. More than that, its cold brew coffee helps save the entire species of kapeng barako from extinction. The drinks are intentionally crafted to be a bit more concentrated but have strong, smooth, and bold flavors. Watch out for their Bottled Coffee (Cold Brew, French Vanilla, Dark Chocolate Mocha, and Masala Spiced).

Kuh Meal was born in the middle of the pandemic, delivering good food and creating bonding moments. From baked macaroni, cookies, strawberry milk, and sunflower cake, every bite is worth every penny! Have a taste of their Cookies, Cookie Cakes, and Cheesy Garlic Buns.

Monkey Pint will let you go bananas with delightful puddings made with freshly local sliced bananas, vanilla wafer cookies and sweet vanilla custard. Monkey Pint will be selling their bestselling Banana Pudding Pints in Chocolate, Hany, and Vanilla.

Sushi Fix Manila rides on the crest of the baked sushi trend that has rocked the lockdown culinary world. Have your sushi fix with modern sushi experience with their Baked California Maki, Salmon, and Tuna Sushi Bake.

Red Mittens Ph started out as a passion project until they created their yummiest meals in their own kitchen. Their lemon roasted chicken is their best seller, and if you can’t get enough of baked sushi, they offer the   classic Sushi Bake. If you’re more of a meat-eater, they also have a baked Sushi Beef dish.

Bite N Melt started their business last April 2020. They were a team of egg tart lovers who were inspired to produce the perfect recipe to cater every eggtart lovers out there. Bite N Melt offers tarts in 5 different flavors: Classic, Mango Cheese, Cheese, Taro Cheese and Pearl, plus their all- time favorite Buo Luo buns.

Albergus catering has established a reputation for delivering quality food and customer service for more than four decades. They offer a wide range of choices from Pinoy classics to those favorite menus you get to enjoy during special occasions perfect for the family. You’ll love their frozen ready to cook meals at S Maison!

Oeuvre Mnl’s lasagna has been a lockdown favorite with their beef simmered for 4 long hours to get that rich taste. Their famous chili sauce is also handcrafted with premium ingredients.

Don’t miss the Local Flavors Fest and discover the best quarantine treats and picks in one place. The Local Flavors Fest is now at the atrium of S Maison from 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM.

Written by Village Connect

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