EAT and EXPLORE – Binondo Food Walk 2018

A year ago, we shared our first-ever Binondo Food Walk EATSperience when we ate our way through Manila Chinatown, the oldest Chinatown in the world. It’s been great sharing about something that’s really close to our hearts and tummies, Chinese culture and of course, FOOD. That’s why we, together with some of our foodie friends, decided to head on over to Binondo once again so we can share more about it. This time, our route was a little different. We also decided to visit new restaurants so we can really share more of what other amazing things Binondo has to offer. In this edition of EATSplorations, EAT and EXPLORE – Binondo Food Walk 2018, we ate our way through the streets of Quintin Paredes, Dasmarinas, Tomas Pinpin, Ongpin, and Carvajal. We hope you are ready because we will be sharing a lot about 5 must-visit eateries and a few other places for snacks and pasalubong. Ready to EAT and EXPLORE Binondo? Let’s go! Continue reading…

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[SM North] Chinese Food at King Chef Dimsum Kitchen

It’s been a long time since we last visited Quezon City for a food trip. If we are not mistaken, it’s been probably been around 2-3 months. Good thing, our baby had a doctor’s appointment for her shots, that meant that it was a good time for us to EATSperience something around the other side of town. Just this past Saturday after going to our pedia, we headed straight to SM North to have lunch at one of Manila’s most famous dimsum restaurants, King Chef Dimsum Kitchen. Our food-loving family met up with our friends Bettina of BettinaBacani.com, Richie of ThePickiestEater.net, and Princess of PhantasmDarkstar.com. In this edition of EATSplorations, we shot exclusively with our Huawei Nova 2i to try out its vibrant shots with food. You might be really hungry right now so without further ado, here’s our Chinese Food at King Chef Dimsum Kitchen in SM North EATSperience, enjoy! Continue reading…

Cantonese Feast at Jade Garden – Glorietta, Makati

Chinese food is best shared with family or with friends. And Chinese cuisine is one of the most sought after cuisines during get togethers or celebrations. Recently we had a dinner feast with our KTG family at one of the known Chinese restaurants in Makati City. This restaurant is a part of the Hong Kong based food group Maxim’s Caterers Ltd., that made its comeback to the food scene 2 years ago. Patrons of this restaurant are definitely happy knowing that it is open again to satisfy their cravings. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing with you our Cantonese Feast at Jade Garden-Glorietta, Makati. Continue reading…

[NEW MENU] Canton Road – Shangri-La Fort Manila

Manila – To celebrate the restaurant’s first year anniversary, Canton Road launches new flavors and fare beginning July 12, 2017. A year after its opening, the restaurant introduces several signature dishes sure to entice the palate of its diners. The fare is representative of the various provinces in China: Canton, Fujian, Sichuan and Huaiyang. Ingredients like local yam, crispy chili flakes and bourbon whisky bring a unique twist and flavor to the dishes. “People always want something fresh and new to try. For a restaurant to be successful, it is important that we as chefs listen to what our diners have to say. In the process of completing this menu, we took into huge consideration what the market desires but still reflect Canton Road’s food concept which is where modern meets traditional.” says Chef Wang Wei Qing, Canton Road’s Executive Chinese Chef. Continue reading…

Dragon Boat Festival at Crystal Jade Philippines

Chinese food will always be one of the most sought after cuisines when looking for a comforting meal with a big serving. And dishes with a big serving is meant to be shared with family or with friends. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will share with you our first dining EATSperience at one of the Chinese restaurants that started in Singapore. With its principle to provide food that nourishes, inspires and nurtures relationships, Crystal Jade gives their diners an experience to remember. Dragon Boat Festival at Crystal Jade Philippines started last May 16 and will continue until June 30. The highlight of the Dragon Boat Festival is the different varieties of the famous “Ma Chang” or rice dumpling and their latest masterpieces. Join us as we share with you a set from the Dragon Boat Festival of Crystal Jade, Philippines. Continue reading…