New Dishes at Amici by Chef Paolo Moran

Amici has been known for their great-tasting Italian food for so many years now. We always remember how we much we loved Amici’s pizza and pasta ever since its Don Bosco days. It started from a humble eatery in Don Bosco, Makati, and now, Amici has a number of branches in Metro Manila that caters to countless EATSperiences of friends and families. The expansion paved its way to having new and delectable dishes that they offer to their loyal diners and to the first timers as well. In this edition of EATSplorations, we EATSperienced the New Dishes at Amici by Chef Paolo Moran in their Ayala Triangle Gardens branch. Keep reading to find out more about these delectable Italian treats! Continue reading…

Dim Sum Nights at Shang Palace – Makati Shangri-La

Want some Dim Sum? To those of you who are not yet familiar with what dim sum is, here’s a bit of a background information about it: “Dim sum is a popularly known authentic Cantonese dish prepared as small bite-sized portions of food served in small steamer baskets or on small plates. It is also a tradition for the elderly to gather to eat dim sum after morning exercises.” Well, as you just read, it’s a tradition to have dim sum in the morning but for us and maybe for a great number of people, dim sum is for any meal of the day, right? Dim sum has always been one of our favorite in the Chinese cuisine. Its bite-sized treats of steamed, fried, or even baked never fail to please our craving for something tasty and filling. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing with you about Dim Sum Nights at Shang Palace in Makati Shangri-La so that even at night, you can enjoy their world-class dim sum treats. Continue reading…

Abuela’s – Legaspi Village, Makati

Nowadays, life has become so fast-paced that we rarely get to enjoy what we’re doing. We take quick breaks, short vacations, prepare quick meals, eat fast food, and many more. A lot of our activities now are just too fast and we simply love anything instant. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will share with you about Abuela’s in Legaspi Village, Makati, a restaurant where slow-cooked heirloom recipes with a twist are not a thing of the past. At Abuela’s, their Chef Marco Legasto is trying to reintroduce the cooking methods of the past and adds a little twist from the present to create great-tasting dishes at Abuela’s. Join us as we EATSperience Abuela’s one of a kind Filipino dishes for the whole family, enjoy! Continue reading…

Spanish Cuisine at La Tienda – Makati

Since that memorable EATSperience of ours at the Spanish Food Festival at the Diamond Hotel, we have been looking around on where to try other authentic Spanish dishes. Also, we have been looking for that authentic Spanish tavern atmosphere to have a really complete EATSperience. Good for us, we didn’t have to look so far because just around Makati’s Bel-Air area there’s a Spanish restaurant that has been there for 30 years. Well, it’s safe to say that it has already been an institution for Spanish cuisine and yes, it took us a long long time to finally eat there for the first time. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sampling Spanish Cuisine at La Tienda. Join us as we try out their chorizo, churros, and many more! Continue reading…

Elait Rolled Ice Cream and Yogurt – Century City Mall

“You can’t be sad when you’re eating ice cream.” Agree? Well, if you do agree with the famous ice cream quote, then you will surely enjoy this recent EATSperience of ours. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing with you about Elait Rolled Ice Cream and Yogurt at Century City Mall in Makati. Elait is a rolled ice cream and yogurt concept that originated from Thailand. The name “Elait” (e-late) is a play of words; a combination of the French word for milk, “Lait” and “Elate, which means to be ecstatically happy. Since people can’t really be sad when they eat ice cream, Elait’s goal is to spread happiness and positivity through their products. We decided to write and share about our Elait EATSperience not only because they serve up made-to-order rolled ice cream with premium ingredients but also, because we love what they are doing for our deaf-mute brothers and sisters whom they have given job opportunities. Sounds interesting so far? Join us as we take a quick look at Elait’s first-ever stall here in the Philippines, enjoy! Continue reading…