[The Podium] Luxury Buffet at Niu by Vikings

If you have been following us for quite sometime already, you guys will know that aside from being a food-loving family, we also are fans of eat-all-you-can restaurants. Yes, including Baby Eats. When asked where she wants to eat, she’d normally answer buffet restaurants. Haha. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about a buffet restaurant that offers a luxurious experience. We have been hearing about this restaurant for a long time already, both from families and from friends.Β  That’s why when we learned that it opened a new branch, we were so excited to try it, for the first time! Wanna know more about the newly openedΒ Luxury Buffet at Niu by Vikings in The Podium? Keep on reading and…. enjoy! Continue reading…

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[AG New World Manila Bay] All You Can Eat at Market Cafe

We’ve probably dined in numerous buffets or all-you-can-eats even before we started blogging about our EATSperiences. There have been a whole lot of restaurants that do all-you-can-eat and most of the time, we are on the look out for those kinds of restaurants. You may be wondering why we love buffets, right? One major reason, we love to eat so much that it’s really hard to choose which restaurant to go to unless we really have a particular craving that we would like to satisfy. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about one of the hotel buffets that we truly love. This EATSperience is about AG New World Manila Bay’s All You Can Eat at Market Cafe! Some of you might have already dined here years ago when the hotel was still under a different management. We just want to remind you guys that it’s still here. Market Cafe still serves up some of Manila’s tastiest buffet spreads. Keep on reading to be reminded why! Continue reading…

[Makati Shangri-La] Dim Sum Plus at Shang Palace

We LOVE Dim Sum! We love it so much that in the past month we probably had it at least once a week. In that span of 4 weeks, we dined at Shang Palace TWICE. Yes, two times in Makati Shangri-La’s authentic Cantonese restaurant. Makati Shangri-La’s Dim Sum Plus at Shang Palace is an ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT dim sum affair that is available everyday during lunch from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm. Sounds good so far? What’s even better is that they have an upcoming voucher sale this July 28-31, 2018! Yes, you read that right, there will be a voucher sale. To know more about this Dim Sum Plus voucher sale, you have to keep on reading this EATSperience of ours, okay? Continue reading…

[AG New World Manila Bay] Dim Sum Lunch at Li Li

Hakaw, siomai, taro puff and bean curd roll, just to name a few of our dim sum staples. May it be with our family, friends, or just us, during random eat outs or special occasions, having dim sum is always an option. That’s how much we love and enjoy it. Did we mention special occasions? Last month was Mr. Eats’ birthday, and without a doubt, we chose to have a dim sum celebration at one of our favorite Chinese restaurant in Manila. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about Li Li at AG New World Manila Bay. Li Li is always one of our options whenever we want to satisfy our dim sum craving. Why? Simply because ofΒ  their all-you-can-eat promo and because the dim sum are always made fresh. Freshly made dim sum are always the best! Join us and allow yourselves to crave for some good and mouthwatering dim sum. Enjoy! Continue reading…

[City of Dreams Manila] Chinese Cuisine at Jing Ting

As you all know, Chinese cuisine will always be close to our hearts especially to our tummies. We usually have it during family gatherings, random lunch or dinner cravings, or even for take-outs and home delivery. That’s how accustomed we are to Chinese food. However, we know that Chinese cuisine varies from one province to another. And we are so used to having Cantonese food, and Northern Chinese food is something that we have not explored much yet. Not until we discovered a restaurant that introduced us to Northern Chinese Cuisine. In this edition of EATSplorations we will be sharing about Jing Ting at City of Dreams Manila. Jing Ting means little house or resting place inspired from Chinese Hutongs, which are small areas found in China (specifically in Beijing). Join us and find out our discovery as we EATSperienced Northern Chinese cuisine from Jing Ting at City of Dreams Manila. Enjoy! Continue reading…