KEEP SOARING, KEEP SERVING
Lifestyle Asia|November 2020
BLACKBIRD at the Nielson Tower, a hallmark of the Makati dining scene, opens its doors for diners once again to show what they do best
YSMAEL SUAREZ
Probably one of the most missed dining establishments in the Metro during the lockdown, Blackbird welcomes patrons back to their art deco halls with new dishes and cleaner interiors. Speaking with Executive Chef Colin Mackay, he talks about their restaurant’s experience over quarantine, how they were able to continue serving their delectable fare while supporting their employees.

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