House of Lasagna – Greenhills, San Juan

Every week, we try our best to dine somewhere we have never tried before. A place that is something “new” for us try and to share with all of you. Last Saturday, after going around and doing some bargain shopping at Greenhills Shopping Center, we dined at House of Lasagna in V-Mall or Virra Mall for old folks like us. The place, of course, is best known for the wide variety of lasagna that they have. From the classic beef to the more unique seafood, they have it all. But, House of Lasagna is not just about meaty and cheesy lasagnas. The restaurant also prides itself of fried chicken. Wait a minute, delicious fried chicken in a restaurant that’s known for lasagna? Hmmmmm… Now, that’s intriguing! Join us, as we share with you House of Lasagna’s bestselling lasagnas and their latest fried chicken creations in this edition of EATSplorations. Continue reading…

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Tra Vinh – Banawe, Quezon City

Since coming back to Manila almost three months ago, one of our main goals has been to EAT and EXPLORE around our hometown and appreciate eateries around Manila and beyond. And we have been on track so far. Slowly but surely, we are getting our tummies busy and are ready to take it one bite at a time. This edition of EATSplorations took us to Banawe in Quezon City. For the longest time, Banawe has been known for its great number of big and small Chinese restaurants. But if you think we tried a Chinese restaurant, you are wrong. We skipped the Chinese cuisine and traded it for Vietnames cuisine. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will share with you our Tra Vinh Authentic Vietnamese Noodles EATSpeience. Wait, what? Vietnamese food in Banawe? Yes, you read that right. If you want to find out more about our first ever Vietnamese EATSperience in Banawe, you got to Continue reading…

[NEW] Mextiza Pasta by ArmyNavy

Since its inception in 2009, ArmyNavy has become one of the top eateries that serve burger and burrito in Metro Manila. Over the years, ArmyNavy has expanded its reach with outlets across Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. How about that for a story of great quality food and success! Over the years, our ArmyNavy favorites has always been their FreedomFries, Steak Burrito and LiberTea. Those three items have always brought satisfaction to our tummies every time we visit an ArmyNavy outlet. Last week, we visited ArmyNavy once again to have not only our favorites but also to try their NEWEST offerings, the Mextiza Pasta! Yes, ArmyNavy now has pasta! That’s awesome news, right? Finally, the Mextiza Pasta has graced the menu of ArmyNavy and we are excited to share our EATSperience to all of you! Continue reading…

Fowlbread – Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

Fried Chicken has always been one of our favorites! It’s one of the best comfort food ever, right? You can find it almost everywhere too. However, only some can be downright special. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will share with you our Fowlbread EATSperience. Fowlbread is a small restaurant at the heart of BGC’s Bonifacio High Street. Fowlbread serves up buzz worthy Fried Chicken Sandwiches, Asian-inspired bites, and LOTS of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. If none of those phrases excite you, there’s something wrong. We are excited to share our Fowlbread EATSperience to all of you. So, without further ado, here it goes! Continue reading…

Duck & Co. – San Fernando, Pampanga

Will you travel for food? Because I will. Why? Well, traveling already has its own perks. New experiences, meeting new people, trying out something new and many more. Traveling also include lots and lots of food. I have had a great number of EATSperiences during a vacation or even a weekend out of town. Last Saturday was no different. I was so excited when I was invited to go all the way to Pampanga to EATSperience a couple of up and coming restaurants. One of them is Duck & Co. in San Fernando, Pampanga. Duck & Co. specializes in dishes that has duck as the main ingredient. Also, dishes that are inspired by the owners’ adventures around Asia. Sounds interesting? Continue reading…