Milkshake 101 at Shakeaway – BGC

Weather here in the Philippines has been encouraging me to indulge, every once in a while, on cold and sweet treats. You know—halo-halo, fruit shakes, and milkshakes. The Philippines has become a home for sweet and cold treats because one, it is just extremely hot in here. Two, we, Filipinos, love sweet stuff. Agree? I know you do. That’s why in this edition of EATSplorations, I will be sharing with you my EATSperience with Milkshake 101 at Shakeaway in BGC. Yes, Shakeaway’s second branch is at the Uptown Mall in Bonifacio Global City. My wife and I have been really excited to visit Shakeaway to finally try what makes it special. However, when I had the chance to visit Shakeaway, my wife and baby were still asleep during our EATStaycation at F1 Hotel Manila when I visited, so you guys have to bear with me first. Ready to find out what I have EATSperienced? Here it goes! Continue reading…

Raw Beef and Tomahawk Steak at The Fireplace – New World Manila Bay

The Fireplace at the New World Manila Bay has easily become one of our top choices for anything and everything about BEEF. More specifically, STEAKS. Yes, The Fireplace has turned us into carnivores not just because of their great-tasting steaks, but also because of how they do it. You know, the overall EATSperience. If you are looking into taking your special someone out on a date, The Fireplace is the place for you. As you may have seen in our previous posts (Burger and Free-flowing Beer, Endless Wine and Ribs Night, and Saga Beef and Sake Dinner) about this place, the ambiance is perfect for intimate meals and special occasions. Your special someone will surely be impressed. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing our Raw Beef and Tomahawk Steak at The Fireplace in New World Manila Bay. At first, we were really hesitant to try out the raw beef dishes, but after some convincing done by our host, we decided to try a couple of dishes with raw beef and of course, their famous Tomahawk Steak. Continue reading…

[NEW] Jollibee Choco Mallow Pie

Fans of a certain luscious, chocolatey, and crispy Jollibee dessert pie can finally rejoice—the much awaited return of Jollibee’s Choco Mallow Pie is finally here.

“There has been a lot of clamor for the Choco Mallow Pie, with customers from all over the country wondering when it’ll be back,” said Kay Segismundo, Jollibee Marketing Manager for Complementary Products. “But this classic favorite is not just back—we’ve improved the recipe to make it more of an indulgently sweet ending to a meal or a rewardingly delightful snack treat.” Continue reading…

Elait Rolled Ice Cream and Yogurt – Century City Mall

“You can’t be sad when you’re eating ice cream.” Agree? Well, if you do agree with the famous ice cream quote, then you will surely enjoy this recent EATSperience of ours. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing with you about Elait Rolled Ice Cream and Yogurt at Century City Mall in Makati. Elait is a rolled ice cream and yogurt concept that originated from Thailand. The name “Elait” (e-late) is a play of words; a combination of the French word for milk, “Lait” and “Elate, which means to be ecstatically happy. Since people can’t really be sad when they eat ice cream, Elait’s goal is to spread happiness and positivity through their products. We decided to write and share about our Elait EATSperience not only because they serve up made-to-order rolled ice cream with premium ingredients but also, because we love what they are doing for our deaf-mute brothers and sisters whom they have given job opportunities. Sounds interesting so far? Join us as we take a quick look at Elait’s first-ever stall here in the Philippines, enjoy! Continue reading…

Food Trip at Vanderlust Bistro and Patisserie – Quezon City

Every EATSperience of ours has its own story. It may come from the restaurant itself, from the owners, from the food, and many more. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing with you about our food trip at Vanderlust Bistro and Patisserie in Tomas Morato, Quezon City. Vanderlust’s story revolves around how we, as diners, can travel with our taste buds together with the food that we are eating. The owners of Vanderlust came up with this concept because of their insatiable appetite for adventure, culture, and of course, food. And they did not want to keep all these to themselves only but they also have the desire to share it with other people. Thus, the birth of Vanderlust Bistro and Patiserrie. Read on to find out how the owners share to their diners their European experience and how we EATSperienced a taste of Europe through Vanderlust’s food. Continue reading…