Cusina ni Lola by Chef Tatung – Pan Pacific Manila

Eating out almost every weekend has opened our eyes and taste buds to different kinds of cuisines and techniques. It has been great so far but every once in a while we look for something familiar, an EATSperience that’s closer to home, Filipino food. We, Filipinos, love to eat and we love to eat with family. Are we right? We are so used to having the whole family around during different gatherings and reunions. Catching up while enjoying recipes that are passed from one generation to another. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing with you our EATSperience at a special themed buffet called “Cusina ni Lola” by Chef Tatung at Pan Pacific Manila. Cusina ni Lola or grandmother’s kitchen in English features culinary masterpieces by Chef Myke Tatung Sarthou himself. From April 17 to 21, 2017 and for only Php 1,000 nett per person, EATSperience Filipino cuisine like how grandmas used to make it. From the recipes and ingredients, down to the technique, taste the flavors of the Philippines through Cusina ni Lola. Tara, kain na tayo (let’s eat)! Continue reading…

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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 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!

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[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 DISHESΒ of Canton Road in Shangri-La at the FortΒ our tummies loved,Β enjoy! Continue reading…

RBCTY (Rib City) – Pioneer, Mandaluyong

Ever since we started dating, food was one among the many common interests that we have. We love trying out new dishes and we love having old favorites too. For the years that we have been together, there are certain types of food and restaurants that we love going back to. One of our guilty pleasures is all-you-can-eat restaurants. Yes, we love to eat and we really eat a whole lot. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing with you about our RBCTY (Rib City) EATSperience in Pioneer, Mandaluyong. More specifically, RBCTY’s all-you-can-eat surf and turf. For only 458 pesos per person, we got to EATSperience unlimited ribs, tempura, wings, and sides plus drinks. If that didn’t get you feeling hungry, we don’t know what will! Continue reading…

Taqueria – Madison Commons, Pasig

Since we became a family of three, we always consider our little one’s comfort when going places. Ever since the food park craze here in Manila began, we have only been to a food park twice. There was no problem about the food. Our main concern was how hot and crowded food parks can be. When dining at food parks come into mind, we always think that our baby may not be too comfortable, that’s why we rarely visit one. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing with you about our EATSperience at Taqueria in Madison Commons, Pasig. Taqueria made our latest food park EATSperience surprisingly different. Not just because of the food but also because the place was clean and it wasn’t that hot and crowded. Read along as we share more of our Taqueria EATSperience, enjoy! Continue reading…