The Corner Market Food Hall – The Podium

Manila, the battle of the food halls / food parks is not yet over. In the past couple of years, food halls / food parks have become a great part of how we dine as Filipinos. The usual food courts in malls have evolved into bigger and badder food venues with all sorts of different themes and vendors. There are around 20 food parks in Metro Manila alone and just recently, a new food hall just opened at The Podium. It houses 17 different food merchants that can cater to whatever cuisine or dish you are craving for. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about our EATSperience at The Corner Market Food Hall in The Podium. The Corner Market is the Relish Group’s bet in the battle of the food halls all over the Metro and it really looks like it’s a force to be reckoned with. Keep on reading to find out more about our Corner Market EATSperience, enjoy! Continue reading…

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Valentine’s Dinner at Fukudaya Japanese Dining – Arya Residences, BGC

Hello everyone! How’s your 2018 been going so far? Just a week ago it was still January and now, we are already in the second month of the year. It’s time to say hello again to February, the love month. As husband and wife, we still look forward to this very special month because it’s time for us to celebrate our love for each other. We have become more conscious about celebrating Valentine’s now that we have a baby because we rarely spend alone time. Good thing every once in a while, we can leave our baby with grandma and grandpa so that we can have some quality time over movie, coffee, lunch, or dinner. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing with you about our very special Valentine’s Dinner at Fukudaya Japanese Dining in Arya Residences, BGC. Keep on reading to find out more about our Valentine’s EATSperience. Enjoy! Continue reading…

[Shangri-La at The Fort] High Street Cafe’s Signature Breakfast Dishes

Mornings during the work week are busy mornings for us. As we experience the hustle and bustle of preparing and leaving the house early to avoid the crazy Manila traffic. With that, we usually neglect to have what most people consider, the most important meal of the day—Breakfast! Good thing we had a week of no school because of the ASEAN Summit. And no school means we were able to start our day by having breakfast. Last Thursday, we rose up early to EATSperience Shangri-La at The Fort’s High Street Cafe breakfast offerings. We were so excited as it was our first time to dine there and because breakfast food always makes us look forward to starting our day right. Wanna find out if Shangri-La at The Fort’s High Street Cafe’s Signature Breakfast Dishes made our first time one for the books? Keep reading and join us as we indulge in the new breakfast dishes High Street Cafe has to offer! Continue reading…

[Hole in the Wall] Famry – Taiwanese Street Food

As Julia Child said, “People who love to eat are always the best people.” We believe our friends whom we met through our love for food are really the best, as they have easily become our family. Sharing this with you because in one of our most recent EATSperiences with our KTG family, we paid a visit to Hole in the Wall in Century City Mall to try out Famry. Famry is a Taiwanese Street Food stall that features different Chinese/Taiwanese favorites made to be Filipino-friendly. Join us as we share with you our favorites and our EATSperience at Famry. 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…