australiaA few days ago I was lucky enough to be invited to join the Australian Embassy’s Culinary Trail where they were promoting the Australian grassfed beef.

Australian Grassfed Beef Culinary Trail

Australian Grassfed Beef Culinary Trail

The Australian Embassy in the Philippines and Meat and Livestock Australia organized a culinary trail where bloggers and media representatives from Manila were tasked with the difficult job of eating … from breakfast to dinner for five days – from July 20 to 24, 2015.

As the invitation said: Join us on a culinary journey as Manila’s best restaurants serve up specially-created menus featuring premium Australian grassfed beef.

Each day from Monday to Friday had different restaurant trails and we (the bloggers and media representatives) had to select which trail to join.  These were the trails we had to choose from:

Trail 1:  QC / Ortigas / Greenhills

Trail 2:  Makati / Ortigas

Trail 3:  Makati / Manila

Trail 4: Taguig / Makati

Trail 5: Makati / The South

Trail 4:

Taguig / Makati City

Trail 5:

Makati / The South

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Chef Jessie Rockwell Club – Rockwell Center

People’s Palace – Greenbelt 3

Chesa Bianca Swiss Restaurant – Yakal Street

Casa Roces – JP Laurel cor. Aguado Street

Ilustrado – Calle Real del Palacio, Intramuros

The Wholesome Table – Bonifacio High Street
Sala – Ayala Avenue

Cyma, Greenbelt – Greenbelt 2

Carpaccio Ristorante Italiano – Yakal Street

Prime 101 – Chino Roces

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Chef Jessie Top of the Citi – Paseo de Roxas

The Urban Farm – BF Homes, Paranaque

Acacia Hotel (A Steakhouse) – Filinvest, Alabang

Lucia, Ristorante – Hotel Celeste

Sala Bistro – Greenbelt 3

Since I live in Quezon City I decided to sign up on the first trail.

Australia brings grassfed beef to the Philippine market

A few days ago I was lucky enough to be invited to join the Australian Embassy’s Culinary Trail where they were promoting the Australian grassfed beef.