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My Top 10 Primed Venues to Dine for Father’s Day

Here are my 10 Top Restaurants for you to Celebrate this Father’s Day weekend with your loved ones.

All have excellent ambiance, service and great Primed dishes to nourish your Dad’s body, mind and spirit.

1. The Wholesome Table at BGC. A must try is their Grass-fed beef. A top restaurant with review here.

The Wholesome Table grass fed

The Wholesome Table also has a new branch in Salcedo Village. It has the great food you have come to expect but also a rocking atmosphere. We love it.

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Primed Salad of Sweet Potatoes and Pork Head Pate with Shallots and Mustard Vinaigrette

When you want to eat wonderful Primed cuisine there is no better venue than Brasserie CiCou at Greenhills.

The ambiance and service are first class, and you know that as one of the premier chefs in Asia that Chef Cyrille will have delicious French cuisine for you to savor and enjoy.

Don’t miss out on the special menu that will be launched on Thursday March 19, 2015.

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My Top 5 Primed Dining Venues for Valentine’s Day

Here are my 5 Top Restaurants for you to Celebrate Valentine’s weekend with your Love.

All have excellent ambiance, service and Primed great dishes to nourish your heart for the season of love.

1. Brasserie CiCou in Greenhills. I recommend Chef Cyrille’s exquisite Sardines. See review here.

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Primed Pica-Pica, Apéritif or Apérot by Chef CiÇou

Pica pica is one of the Tagalog names I like most. Not simply because of the food by itself, but the ambiance that will be. Pica pica is like the aperot in France, and normally these moments are always fun and relaxed. You eat and drink with your family or friends while waiting for your lunch or dinner to be ready.

I love pâtés, pork rillette and pâtés de campagne. All of these are easy to make and are available to buy at Brasserie CiÇou.

These items are so easy and tasty to eat, especially with a crispy warm bread. I decided not to eat bread though, so if like me, you decided to be primed and remove the bread from your diet you can still enjoy some pâtés or rillettes but use other items that are more nutritious than bread. Eggplant goes very well with the chicken liver pâtés for example.

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