The Great Aussie Eats at Outback Steakhouse

Nowadays, diners like us are always on the lookout for something new. We still have that oldies but goodies list in our minds when we simply want to have a good time over breakfast, lunch and dinner. However, new menu treats offer a different kind of excitement to our palates and most of the time, satisfy a craving that we didn’t even know we had. Speaking of new offerings, a couple of weeks ago, we were able to try The Great Aussie Eats at Outback Steakhouse. The new additionsΒ (limited time only)Β feature four dishes that include an appetizer, two entrees and one dessert, made to provide an Aussie EATSperience like no other. In this EATSperience, we will share with you our thoughts about Outback’s limited time only offerings which hopefully, all of you will enjoy with family and friends. Continue reading…

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[NEW] Breakfast at Fowlbread

Hello everyone! We are sorry as each of our posts come out far apart. We have been very busy for the past few weeks. As like what we have shared, we are really teachers by profession and blogging just became our second love. Anyways, last month we EATSperienced something new from our old time favorite, Fowlbread. Yes, they have some new offerings! Now, people can enjoy some breakfast favorites at Fowlbread. We repeat, now people can have Breakfast at Fowlbread. We love breakfast food! Well, who doesn’t? Those perfectly cooked sunny side up eggs, crisp toast, large amounts of butter, and that savory meat to cap things off. Imagine going over to Bonifacio Global City (BGC) for a morning run and having a tasty breakfast right after, or before heading off to work and having leisurely breakfast to jumpstart your day. Now, with Fowlbread’s breakfast offerings, everyone can enjoy a good meal as their day begins. Are you ready to EATSperience Fowlbread’s breakfast offerings? Continue reading…

Sangkap – Portico, Pasig

Hello everyone! After almost a week of not being able to write about our recent EATS, we finally had time to write about one of our EATSperiences last month. We were able to visit one of the newest restaurants in Portico – Pasig, Sangkap by Chef Raymar Reyes. Sangkap means “ingredient” in Filipino, as the restaurant features all sorts of dishes with ingredients that highlight the different regional flavors of the Philippines. Because of that, we tried a number of Sangkap’s bestselling dishes from the different parts of the Philippines. Dishes that are truly Filipino with a twist. Find out if it all worked out well or not as you EATSperience Sangkap through our taste buds. Here goes our much-awaited Sangkap EATSperience, enjoy! Continue reading…

Yakumi – Saturday Brunch, Solaire Resort and Casino

Last Saturday, we were invited by our friends from Zomato Philippines to EATSperience Yakumi’sΒ Japanese Saturday Brunch at Solaire Resort & Casino. We said yes right away because who says no to an all you can eat Japanese food EATSperience, right? We both love Japanese food and consider it as one of our go to cuisines when we are in need of happy food after a long day. Anyways, let’s talk more about Solaire’s Japanese restaurant. Yakumi prides itself for using the freshest ingredients possible to its diners. One of their chefs told us that they even fly in fresh fish and other produce (around 3 to 4 times a week) to keep the food that they serve at a high level. Yes, their Saturday Brunch might be a tad expensive but that’s what you pay for if you want to eat dishes with the best ingredients, right? Yakumi’s Saturday Brunch is priced at Php 2,688 (plus 10% service charge). Don’t let it discourage you from trying it though because after reading this EATSperience, you might find yourself booking a table for two really soon. Our tummies are grumbling and we won’t keep you waiting, so here goes our Saturday Brunch at Yakumi EATSperience, enjoy! Continue reading…

Fat Fook Taiwanese Kitchen – SM North EDSA

Two weeks ago, it was a rare occasion for us to visit the northern part of Metro Manila. Considering where we live, any place that has Quezon City in its address seems like miles away because of the terrible Metro Manila traffic that we normally encounter. Anyways, we went to SM North EDSA to try out Fat Fook Taiwanese Kitchen. Fat Fook, as it is more commonly known, is a restaurant that features Taiwanese street food and traditional dishes. The place is known for their Chicken Chop, Fried Intestines, Spicy Pork Ears and many more. Sounds exciting so far? Get ready to EATSperience Taiwan through Fat Fook’s delectable Taiwanese dishes, enjoy! Continue reading…