[Pasig EATS] Neo Japanese Cuisine at Soru Izakaya

There’s been a lot of creativity recently when it comes to new restaurant concepts in and around Metro Manila. As a diner, this is nothing but exciting for me because there’s a lot to try and to choose from. The quality of food and service has also improved because restaurants are giving their 110% every single time. In this edition of EATSplorations, I will be sharing about my latest and most recent EATSperience in Pasig City. This EATSperience of mine was in a Japanese restaurant that’s best known for their ultra-colorful plates of sushi and really creative interpretations of classic Japanese dishes. Some may like their Japanese food the old school way and may not really be into restaurants like this one. As for me, I like trying new things and that’s why in this EATSperience, I will be sharing about the Neo Japanese Cuisine at Soru Izakaya in Pasig City’s Ortigas Technopoint! Continue reading…

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[Marco Polo Ortigas Manila] A Taste of Istanbul with My Honor 8X

New phone, new EATSperience. That’s what this entry is all about, as I, Mr. Eats, will be sharing with you about one of the newest smartphones in the Philippines, Honor 8X and my EATSperience at Marco Polo Ortigas Manila’s A Taste of Istanbul! First, I will talk about Honor 8X and its benefits to me as a food blogger, in the area of covering EATSperiences like this one. Its battery life, AI Camera, and large file storage, all of which are perfect for a busy day of covering restaurants. Second, I will be sharing my thoughts about the different dishes that I was able to try at Cucina’s A Taste of Istanbul special. I will also be sharing about my favorites at this all you can eat affair that features lots of tasty Turkish food! Continue reading…

[EATStaycation] Weekend at Marco Polo Ortigas Manila

The Ortigas area in Pasig City is a district that we rarely visit. Aside from the fact the we kind of live far from there, the traffic situation in that area can be really challenging too. Luckily, we had a chance to visit Ortigas and spend our weekend there, that started on a Sunday, which means no traffic. Our weekend staycation made us see that there are a lot to explore in this area. Including the awarded five-star rating by Forbes Travel Guide for 2 consecutive years, Marco Polo Ortigas Manila. Wanna find out why this hotel has been in the list for 2 consecutive years already? Join us as we share about our EATStaycation Weekend at Marco Polo Ortigas Manila! Enjoy! Continue reading…

Kko Kko Korean Restaurant – Sapphire Bloc, Ortigas

Nowadays, when people think about Korean food,  “Samgyupsal” always comes into mind. You know, unlimited amounts of grilled pork belly, lettuce, kimchi, and all the other condiments for only a few hundred pesos per person. Filipinos, like us, have come to love Korean food and all sorts of Korean restaurants have popped up in the past few years, seemingly to satisfy the huge demand for all the tasty dishes they have to offer. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be featuring an up and coming Korean restaurant that’s known for its food porn worthy CHICKEN CHEESE FONDUE plates. We will be sharing about Kko Kko Korean Restaurant in Sapphire Bloc, Ortigas. Kko Kko is a modern Korean restaurant that serves up Korean Fried Chicken, Street Food, and Lunchboxes. Sounds exciting so far? Keep on reading because here goes our Kko Kko EATSperience, enjoy! Continue reading…

Buns and Bowls at Don Bao – Kapitolyo, Pasig

Hello everyone! It’s been a hectic month of September for us, as teachers (yes, we are full-time teachers, too!) because of parent-teacher conferences and preparing for our lessons at the same time. Good thing September is about to end and we finally have enough time to squeeze in some blogging of our past EATSperiences over the month of September. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing our Buns and Bowls at Don Bao in Kapitolyo, Pasig EATSperience. Yes, it’s Don for Donburi and Bao for those Chinese fluffy steamed buns. Don Bao specializes in the fusion of Asian and Western flavors and putting them in either a rice bowl or a steamed or fried bun. We were pretty excited to try Don Bao out because we love Asian food and it’s really something that we eat regularly. If you love buns and bowls, keep on reading because Don Bao might be an interesting place to take friends and loved ones in your next food trip! Continue reading…