Quarantine EATS – Small Businesses to Order From Part 3

Another week has passed and another week of blog-worthy small businesses to share! Huge thanks to all the small businesses out there, to both old and new. Thank you for fighting for your families, employees, and your customers as well. Hard times but we all have to keep fighting for our present and future. You guys have been a great motivation for us to keep doing what we’re doing. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing 5 more small businesses that we have personally tried and loved. To all our readers, please take time to support them if ever you crave or need these products. #SupportSmallBusiness. We won’t keep you waiting. Here comes Quarantine EATS – Small Businesses to Order From Part 3, enjoy! Continue reading…

First Taste of Panda Express Philippines

PANDA EXPRESS is finally in the Philippines! Are you excited to know more about Panda Express Philippines?! We hope you are as excited as we are, because THE Orange Chicken, Kung Pao Chicken, Chow Mein, and other Panda Express favorites are coming our way! In this special edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing valuable Panda Express Philippines information like its location, menu, pricing, and many many more! So sit back, relax, and make sure to read about our First Taste of Panda Express Philippines EATSperience!

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A Palatable Pursuit – Lee Kum Kee Hosts its First-ever International Young Chef Chinese Culinary Challenge – Philippines Qualifiers

Young chefs, budding restaurateurs, and aspiring culinarians from across the Philippines put their skills to the test and rose to the top of their game as they battled it out to earn the privilege of representing their country for an international culinary contest. Lee Kum Kee, the inventor of oyster sauce and a globally renowned Chinese sauce and condiment manufacturer, invited local aspiring chefs to compete at the First-ever International Young Chef Chinese Culinary Challenge (IYCCCC) – Philippines Qualifiers at Magsaysay Center for Hospitality and Culinary Arts in Manila last week. Continue reading…

Chinese Feast at Xin Tian Di – Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria

The Mooncake Festival has just ended and we almost forgot to share our most recent Chinese feast EATSperience, hehe! Sorry about that, guys! But, it’s better later than never, right?! We are such huge Chinese food fans especially if it’s Cantonese-style. Cantonese food is probably the most popular kind of Chinese food. In our opinion, it is the most delicious one of all. Do you agree? In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about the Chinese Feast at Xin Tian Di in Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria! It’s a feast good for 10-12 persons with 12 sumptuous dishes. We hope you are hungry because, at the end of this EATSperience, you will definitely be stuffed! Continue reading…

Mala Szechuan Chinese Cuisine at Met Live Mall

There’s been a huge storm of Chinese restaurants here in Manila lately. I’m not just talking about our usual dim sum restaurants or Cantonese restaurants that serve the Chinese food that we already love. I’m talking about more different kinds of hotpot and more regional Chinese restaurants that’s more than the usual Sweet and Sour Pork or Yangchow Fried Rice, hehe. Well, this may be because there are a lot more Chinese nationals now here in Manila. It may also be because Filipinos are now more open to embracing other kinds of Chinese dishes. What do you think? Well, this may be good for foodies like us who would want to try out new things. It can also be good for the general food scene that we have here in Manila. Before I move further, this EATSperience of mine (Mr. Eats) will be about a restaurant at a fairly new mall in Pasay City that features really spicy Chinese food for Chinese nationals and locals who love spicy stuff. The restaurant that I will be sharing about is Mala Szechuan Chinese Cuisine at Met Live Mall in Pasay City! If you want to know more about it, please keep on reading especially if spicy food is your thing. Enjoy! Continue reading…