ICYMI: Learn kitchen secrets with Chef Tatung’s new book, Never run out of Sangria at Trufa, and Enjoy your childhood favorite snack at Serenitea

These food fares are the last for this month but definitely not the least

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September is nearing its end so for this week, we have curated great food-related fares for you to conclude the month with a bang. For this edition, we did not just limit the list to some food fares and discounts you dare not miss, but also a book which would be helpful in your gastronomic adventures.

1. Read all about noteworthy kitchen hacks with Chef Tatung’s new book

Brush up on your kitchen dishkarte straight from Chef Tatung Sarthou

If you prefer eating in instead of eating out, you’ll appreciate this book by Chef Tatung. Recently, Chef Tatung Sarthou published a definitive guide to cooking and finding your way around the kitchen. The “Dishkarte sa Kusina” features various easy-to-follow recipes, menu planning, and kitchen hacks. Basically, it has all the things you need in order to cook your own meal from scratch. So whether you’re impressing your date with your cooking skills or providing your family a hearty dinner, this book has got the essentials.

For more information, visit Chef Tatung’s website: www.cheftatung.com

2. Enjoy Thursday nights out with unlimited sangria from Trufa

Sangria nights just got better at Trufa Pasta Bar

Feeling thirsty on a Thursday night? Look no further than Trufa Pasta Bar. Every Thursday from 4-6pm, this Barcelona-inspired restaurant serves free-flowing sangrias for only Php499. This enticing offer is available in both their Salcedo and Legazpi branches so you can visit the more convenient branch for you. Drop by this pasta bar with your officemates after work. Hearty chats over this fun liquor sure is a good way to unwind.

Trufa has branches in Salcedo and Legazpi, Makati

3. Serenitea’s Taho Milk Tea will make you feel nostalgic

Taho and milk tea finally found its way together, thanks to Serenitea

Nothing beats the nostalgic feeling of waiting for the ‘mangtataho’ every morning. Indeed, this warm syrupy treat is one of the reasons people wake up early. If you’re one of those folks, you’ll be delighted to hear that Serenitea is now serving a milk tea flavor inspired by taho. Their new drink is part of their new line called the Brown Sugar Series. So don’t worry if you didn’t get to catch your local ‘mangtataho’ this morning, you can catch Serenitea’s Brown Sugar Taho (Php150) at any time of the day.

Serenitea has various branches around the Philippines