[BGC EATS] Indonesian Food at Bakmi Nyonya – Eden Food Hall

Indonesia, its culture, and especially its food will always hold a special place in our hearts. If you remember EATS Jakarta, that was us. That was us almost 4 years ago. It’s been a little over two years now since we left Jakarta, and there are still days when we would miss having Indonesian food. Sate Ayam, Bakmi Goreng, Nasi Goreng, Beef Rendang, and so much more. And it is kind of hard to find something authentic here in Manila, as it is really not that common and accepted yet. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about an Indonesian food stall that we have come to love, as it kind of made us miss Indonesia less because of its legit Indonesian food. Join us as we EATSperience and share with you more about Indonesian Food at Bakmi Nyonya in Eden Food Hall. Enjoy! Continue reading…

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[BGC EATS] Friends & Family – Bonifacio High Street Central

Recently, I, Mr. Eats, was able to try out one of Bonifacio Global City’s newest restaurants, Friends & Family. Some of you might have already tried it out, but well yes, it was my first time. However, even though it was my very first time to dine there, all the flavors from the various dishes that I tried reminded me about so many good memories. It was truly a one of a kind nostalgic EATSperience. I think a lot of you will be able to relate with me on this. You know, that Pinoy barbecue stall from years ago that made you want to go out of the house each and every afternoon or that Pinoy-style spaghetti that you would always ask your mom to make for birthdays and special occasions. There are still days when I would crave for those because those dishes bring a lot of great memories from several years back. That is why, in this edition of EATSplorations, I will be sharing about my very memorable EATSperience at Friends & Family in Bonifacio High Street Central. Take a trip down food memory lane with me, let’s go! Continue reading…

Fresh Tacos and More at Yuca – Venice Grand Canal Mall, Taguig

Venice Grand Canal Mall in Taguig is home to a great number of old favorites and new restaurant concepts. The food choices there is countless, given the huge number of people working around the area and also mall goers who just can’t seem to get enough of the mall’s Venetian look. And with an array of different cuisines that the mall has to offer, diners will surely find something that can satisfy their craving. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about South American dishes from a newly opened restaurant—Yuca. We are fans of South American dishes because of the variety in texture and in flavor, and how visually appealing the dishes are. Join us as we EATSperience Fresh Tacos and More at Yuca in Venice Grand Canal Mall! Enjoy! Continue reading…

[BGC EATS] Savage – Arya Residences

New restaurants are popping up left and right all over Metro Manila. Familiar local concepts, sought after international franchises, and many more new players are out there trying to get their fair share of Manila’s ever-growing hunger for good food. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about a new local restaurant called Savage in Arya Residences, BGC.ย Savage is the brainchild of Bistro Group’s Corporate Chef, Chef Josh Boutwood.ย Chef Josh, who is a Filipino-British chef, thought about doing something out of the box. With Savage, he challenged himself to think and do something that can feed both his personal desires and his diners. Keep on reading to find out what makes Savage your new go to restaurant in BGC, enjoy! Continue reading…

Mimi & Bros – Crossroads, BGC

Hello people of BGC! A new restaurant / bar is now officially open to satisfy all your lunch time and after work cravings. Say hello to Mimi & Bros at Crossroads, BGC! Mimi & Bros is one of the newest restaurants in BGC and it is home to some of the Metro’s tastiest Fried Chicken and Ribs paired with their endless list of alcoholic drinks. Before we go any further, why Mimi & Bros? Well, it’s because the restaurant was conceptualized literally by Mimi and her brothers. It was like a gift to Mimi, who is a hardworking CEO at the age of 25, from her brothers. They decided to put up the restaurant for Mimi because she wasn’t able to enjoy house parties (which they really had a lot of) since she was way younger than her siblings. Keep on reading to find out more about Mimi & Bros, enjoy! Continue reading…