Chinese Food at DaTang in Venice Grand Canal Mall

Chinese food has always been one of our favorites! It’s one of three cuisines that we always look forward to having whenever we decide to eat out. Because of that, we already have our own go-to Chinese restaurants in mind like North Park, Mann Hann, Luk Yuen, Le Ching, Wai Ying, and so much more. However, there are still so much more here in Metro Manila that we haven’t even tried yet. That’s why in this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing our first-ever EATSperience of Chinese Food at DaTang in Venice Grand Canal Mall! We’ve just been passing by DaTang before because it kind of looks intimidating and expensive because of its elegant Chinese look. Good thing last week, we were finally given the chance to try it out. Keep on reading to find out if DaTang is worth trying or not! Continue reading…

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[Quezon City EATS] Unlimited Korean BBQ at Geonbae

The Korean BBQ invasion is really upon us! Yes, it is really here to stay. UNLIMITED servings of Samgyeopsal and Woo Samgyeop have taken over the palates of Filipinos all over Metro Manila and beyond. As avid foodies, we love trying out new dishes and looking for new restaurants to EATSperience. However, because of this Unlimited Korean BBQ phenomenon, we often find ourselves looking for the next best restaurant that specializes in Korean Grill. We’ve been really guilty of dining from one Unlimited Korean BBQ place to another. In this edition of EATSplorations, we found ourselves in Quezon City just a few meters away from Tomas Morato to try out one newly opened Korean BBQ restaurant. Don’t stop reading just yet because this might just be the next best thing. Keep on reading as we share another Quezon City EATS through Unlimited Korean BBQ at Geonbae! Continue reading…

Ramen Sets at Uma Uma Philippines

In a span of almost 3 years of being back here in Manila, the restaurant scene has grown a lot. People who love to eat have more options. However, not all diners are willing to spend for a certain amount for food, while some are willing to go overboard. It would really depend on the diners’ preference. But what we noticed is that most diners prefer to eat smart. What does eating smart mean? Well, from what we’ve observed, some people would like to eat good quality food that is budget-friendly. If you are keen on following a budget when eating out, restaurants with set meals or family-friendly sets are a usual go to. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about EATSperience of the Ramen Sets at Uma Uma Philippines!

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[Quezon City EATS] Meat All You Can at Yoshimeatsu

The year 2018 has been a year ofΒ UNLIMITED BBQ! If the names Samgyupsalamat, Romantic Baboy, and Fantastic Baka sound familiar to you, you must have been bitten by the Unlimited BBQ bug. Thousands or maybe millions of hungry Filipinos have probably lined up for at least an hour or two just to get to try those restaurants with unlimited meat offerings. I, myself, have been on a hunt for the newest, most worth it, and the least lined up barbecue restaurant and this quest has brought me to this edition’s chosen restaurant. In this edition of EATSplorations, I will be sharing aΒ Quezon City EATSΒ that feature unlimited meats at a fairly reasonable price. Make sure you’re hungry because here comes myΒ Meat All You Can EATSperience at Yoshimeatsu in Tomas Morato, Quezon City! Continue reading…

[Hong Kong EATS] Mak’s Noodle – Tsim Sha Tsui

Our first day in Hong Kong was a busy one. We arrived early morning and went straight to the happiest place on earth—Disneyland! We spent the whole day there and decided to go to our hotel at night to maximize our little girl’s Disneyland experience. After having loads of fun, we started feeling tired and decided to go to the city via train. When we arrived at Tsim Sha Tsui, we walked around to look for our hotel and after doing all the check-in errands, we started feeling hungry. Like really hungry. After a long day with sore bodies, we wanted something comforting to eat for dinner. Known for its Wonton noodle and awesome egg noodles, this famous and iconic noodle house came to the rescue. It originated since the 1920s and has been a part of the Michelin Guide. Join us in this Hong Kong EATS edition of EATSplorations, as we share about our Mak’s Noodle – Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong EATSperience! Enjoy! Continue reading…