A snapshot of Filipino flavors

A snapshot of Filipino flavors

OPPO captures Philippine cuisine with the F1s at the 2017 Madrid Fusión Manila.

An annual celebration of the world’s finest cuisines, Madrid Fusión recently held its third Manila expo in partnership with the Department of Tourism at the SMX Convention Center to bring renowned international chefs and food enthusiasts together for a gastronomical experience of the Philippines.

OPPO F1s Madrid

A CONFERENCE FOR CULINARIANS Top chefs from around the world gathered together at the 2017 Madrid Fusión Manila hosted by the Department of Tourism at the SMX Convention Center to celebrate the Philippines’ unique flavors. From left: Sous Chef Severino Legaspi Garcia of L’Escaleta (Spain), Chef Eelke Plasmeijer and Chef Ray Adriansyah of Locavore (Indonesia), Chef Kiko Moya of L’Escaleta (Spain), Chef Rodrigo de la Calle of El Invernadero (Spain), Chef Josean Alija of Nerua (Spain), food enthusiast Carlo Fong-Luy (Philippines), Sous Chef Inaki Escudero of Nerua (Spain), Sandra Fernandez of Maria Luisa’s Secret Garden Room (Philippines), Chef Magnus Ek of Oaxen Krog (Sweden), and Sous Chef Aaron Khor Ching Tsen of Locavore (Indonesia)

As one of the sponsors, global electronics brand OPPO joined the culinary event to capture the country’s regional delicacies in stunning photos as part of the effort to promote the Philippines as a destination for gourmands. Participating chefs also snapped photos of featured Filipino food throughout their stay using the F1s.

OPPO F1s Madrid

BITES TO REMEMBER WITH THE F1s Grilled chicken intestines or isaw is a Filipino delicacy usually dipped in spice-infused vinegar for an extra kick on the palate.

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