15-course Balearic Grill at Ibiza Beach Club – BGC

Ibiza Beach Club is finally in Manila! Yes, Cebu’s most hip and happening dining and entertainment establishment is finally here, ready to bring its signature energy and vibe to Manila’s hottest business and lifestyle district as its first franchise. We will be sharing with you about an all-you-can-eat 15-course Balearic Grill at Ibiza Beach Club – BGC. This EATSperience is available for both lunch and dinner loaded freshly grilled meat and seafood. Join us as we EATSperience this one of a kind feast at Ibiza Beach Club, BGC’s newest, hottest, and biggest dining and entertainment destination in this edition of EATSplorations! Continue reading…

[NEW DISHES] Canton Road – Shangri-La at the Fort

This EATSperience of ours is another first for EATSplorations. Yes, it’s our first time to ever set foot in Shangri-La at the Fort and also our first EATSperience at their Chinese fine-dining restaurant, Canton Road. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing with you the new dishes that Canton Road will be launching for this month of April. Every 3-4 months, Canton Road takes a look at their menu to see which ones perform the best and which ones need to take a little break or have an improvement. There were a total of 16 dishes and 4 kinds of tea during this preview. As expected, we were stuffed to the brim after the day was over. Join us and find out which of among the NEW DISHES of Canton Road in Shangri-La at the Fort our tummies loved, enjoy! Continue reading…

Mitsuyado Sei-Men: House of Tsukemen

The school year is finally over and yes, we can now have more time to share our EATSperiences with you all! In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing our EATSperience at Mitsuyado Sei-Men: House of Tsukemen in Venice Grand Canal Mall in Taguig City. We have been wanting to try Mitsuyado’s Tsukemen, which literally means dipping noodles. Aside from that, Mitsuyado also has the usual suspects like gyoza, tonkotsu ramen, donburi, karaage, tempura, and many more. Looks like you are in for another treat! We will share around 7 to 8 dishes that will surely make you want to dine at Mitsuyado right away. Sounds good, so far? Join us as we EATSperience Mitsuyado Sei-Men: House of Tsukemen for the very first time, enjoy! Continue reading…

Rice & Dough – Sushi and Pizza Bar

Every week, we look forward trying out a new place wherein we can try something new or something familiar. At times, we EATSperience both, something familiar yet new or unique in its own way. We will be sharing with you about our unique yet familiar EATSperience at Rice & Dough. A restaurant that specializes in sushi and pizza located at Venice Grand Canal Mall in McKinley Hill, Bonifacio Global City. Are you a fan of sushi and pizza? To those of you who love sushi and can’t resist pizza at the same time, this restaurant might be “the one” for you. Owned by the same group that owns Torch Restaurant. Rice & Dough is much more focused on two things—sushi and pizza. Here, you can order lots of different sushi rolls that can be familiar and rolls that can be unique to your palette. You may also create your own sushi with their DIY option. Talking about DIY, you can also have your personalized pizza made. Sounds fun, right? Join us as we eat our way through some of Rice & Dough’s bestselling items and more in this edition of EATSplorations! Continue reading…

[NEW] Ping Pong Diplomacy – SM Aura

Ping Pong Diplomacy is one of the newest restaurants in town. It just opened last week at the 3rd level of SM Aura in BGC. Ping Pong Diplomacy is a modern take on Chinese cuisine with an American twist. This one of a kind restaurant is the brainchild of Charlie Paw, the man behind Lowbrow Casual Restaurants and Tasteless Food Group, and a group of young and talented chefs like Him Uy De Baron, Noel Mauricio, Miko Aspiras, and Kristine Lotilla. Before we proceed to the tasting part, let’s talk about where Ping Pong Diplomacy got its name. The phrase “Ping Pong Diplomacy” might sound very familiar to most of you who know a thing or two about the Cold War. It refers to the time when China and the United States tried to ease the tension between them through Ping Pong during the time of President Nixon. If you have seen Forrest Gump, you would know what we mean. Now that the story behind the name has been taken cared of, we can now EATSperience Ping Pong Diplomacy! Continue reading…