Tsuta Ramen – BGC

We have been in love with Japanese food for quite a long time now and we were able to EATSperience a number of really good Japanese restaurants already. We would also catch ourselves craving for something Japanese most of the time. Sushi, Sashimi, Tempura, Kushiyaki, and so much more. Included in our list of Japanese food cravings is a hot bowl of ramen! All three of us, yes, Baby Eats included, love ramen. And we are always up for trying out new ramen places around the metro. Well, maybe it’s not just us who are into looking for new ramen places, most likely a lot of other Filipino diners too. Because Pinoys nowadays are into the ramen craze. In one of our recent EATSperiences, we tried out a Michelin-starred ramen restaurant that we found in Bonifacio High Street. So ramen-lovers and Japanese food enthusiasts (well, if you clicked our link, then you must be one! :D), join us as we share about our Tsuta Ramen-BGC EATSperience! Enjoy! Continue reading…

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Filipino Food Done Right at Bench Cafe

Bench, a beloved Filipino fashion brand, has finally opened its first-ever homegrown food concept. Nestled in their three-storey flagship store in Bonifacio High Street in BGC is their retail shop, a salon, a barber shop, and the newest addition to their brand, the Bench Cafe. Bench Cafe is the product of a well-curated concept of representing Bench’s fashion style, the brand’s love for local and the idea of venturing into food. Since Bench is big in promoting love for local, Bench Cafe is all about Filipino food. The creative minds behind Bench’s gastronomic venture are, Eric Dee from FOODEE Global Concepts and their Executive Chef, Chef Carlo Miguel. Join us as we share with you Filipino Food Done Right at Bench Cafe- Bench Flagship Store, BGC. Enjoy!

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Holiday Season EATS at Mango Tree – BGC

Since we came back home last 2016, we have met a lot of food-loving people in our different EATSperiences here. And some that we have met along the way became our friends who we now we consider our food-loving family.  A few Saturdays back, we had our early Christmas celebration with our so-called food-loving family, the KTG (Kain Tulog Gang). And we had a Thai-inspired lunch as we dined at Mango Tree in Bonifacio High Street. We were excited as it was our first time to dine here even if we always pass by it whenever we are in the area. Aside from us dining there for the first time, we were also lucky to try out their new offerings for the Holiday season. Join us as we share with you our Holiday Season EATS at Mango TreeBGC. Enjoy! Continue reading…

[BGC EATS] Alegria – Cozinha Moderna & Sangria Bar

Nowadays, people are always on the hunt for new restaurants to try out in the Metro. Just like how most people are, we too always look forward to finding new dining spots. And one of the areas that we usually go to is Bonifacio High Street in Bonifacio Global City (BGC). As it is one of the many places in Metro Manila where new restaurants just keep popping up almost every week. Who would have thought that a restaurant would be sitting on top of the Uniqlo building in BHS? In this edition of EATSplorations we will be taking you to a modern take on Latin flavors at Alegria – Cozinha Moderna & Sangria Bar. Join us as we share our latest food find in a unique dining spot. Enjoy!

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[BGC EATS] Marugame Udon Philippines – Bonifacio High Street

It has been almost two and a half years since our food-loving family returned to the Philippines from Indonesia. It has also been almost two and a half years since we ate at our favorite restaurants over there and to this date, we still miss a lot of them. Good thing, slowly but surely some of them have already arrived here in Manila and one of them will be featured in this edition of EATSplorations. We will be sharing our EATSperience about one of the trending BGC EATS in the recent months, Marugame Udon Philippines at Bonifacio High Street. What is Marugame Udon? Well, Marugame Udon (or Marugame Seimen in Japan) is a Japanese noodle place that serves up hot and cold udon (thick noodles in light broth) and a line of freshly fried tempura, all cafeteria-style. So, all of you noodle-lovers out there, must line up just like everybody else, got it? If you want to know more about this new noodle craze that would probably compete with the perennial favorite ramen, keep on reading because this EATSperience will surely catch your tummies attention. Enjoy! Continue reading…