[Greenhills Shopping Center] Takaw by Chef Tatung

I, admittedly, am matakaw. I love to eat. Especially, if the food is really really good. I can never say no to different flavors and textures that Filipino cuisine has to offer. And yes, all those superb Filipino dishes with LOTS OF RICE. In this edition of EATSplorations, I, Mr. Eats, will be sharing about a recent EATSperience in a newly opened Filipino restaurant called Takaw by Chef Tatung in Greenhills Shopping Center. Yes, Chef Tatung’s specialty Filipino dishes can now be enjoyed in the bustling Greenhills, San Juan neighborhood. Hungry shoppers, foreigners, and balikbayans will surely enjoy a filling lunch or dinner in his very colorful and pun-filled eatery. I hope you are hungry because my Takaw EATSperience will surely fill you up! Continue reading…

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Unilever Food Solutions Funlasang Pinoy Year 2

Manila, Philippines โ€“ Filipinos are known to be talented and creative, and chefs and cooks who work silently at the back of house are no exception to that. In the first leg of the much-awaited Knorr Funlasang Pinoy Twist Fest Year 2, presented by Unilever Food Solutions (UFS) Philippines and Knorrยฎ, nine culinarians from different cities of Luzon unleashed their innate creativity to make classic Pinoy dishes more enjoyable with fun twists. Continue reading…

[Diamond Hotel Philippines] Filipino Culinary Pride by Chef Sau and Chef Miko

We love love love anything all-you-can-eat especially a Filipino-themed one. Just recently, we were blessed to have EATSperienced an all-you-can-eat buffet that has been made extra special by two amazing homegrown chefs, Chefs Sau del Rosario and Miko Aspiras. Two culinary powerhouses in a once in a lifetime feast for everyone to EATSperience. The buffet is called “Filipino Culinary Pride” at Corniche in Diamond Hotel Philippines. This food festival that runs until the 1st of July is a great reminder of how Filipino food and Filipino chefs can actually be world-class. We hope you are all as excited as we are because here goes our Filipino Culinary Pride by Chef Sau and Chef Miko EATSperience, enjoy! Continue reading…

[Pampanga EATS] 25 Seeds by Chef Sau del Rosario

Earlier this month, I, Mr. Eats, went on a food trip to EATSplore some of the limited edition items for the Choice of the Nation. It was a day of pure eating as I was able to try out FOUR restaurants in one day. The food trip took me as far as Pampanga and it led me to 25 Seeds by Chef Sau del Rosario. 25 Seeds features farm to table creations inspired by many of his adventures in his 25 years of being in the food industry and of course, by his Kapampangan roots. I was really excited to try his food again because of my wonderful EATSperience at Cafe Fleur in 2016. In this edition of EATSplorations, I will be sharing my thoughts about his famous dishes and also about his mayo-inspired dishes. I sure hope you are hungry because here’s my gut-stuffing EATSperience at 25 Seeds by Chef Sau del Rosario, enjoy! Continue reading…

The Broken Oven at The Gardens, Loyola Grand Villas

Ever since we came back home here in Manila in 2016, one of the things that we looked forward to was meeting new people through our blog. And during the early months of being in Manila, we met a guy who was very new to the food business. Starting of with food deliveries, to having a stall at Industrie, and now having his own place for The Broken Oven. Marco Olives, the home cook behind this amazing food brand has grown a lot in just 2 years time. We felt like we have journeyed with him because the growth of The Broken Oven is almost the same age as that of our little girl. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about this food brand that we have come to love, as we were able to see and feel the passion of Marco Olives for his baby—The Broken Oven at The Gardens, Loyola Grand Villas. Lechon belly, Chicken and Waffles and S’mores Milkshake. Hungry yet? Just naming a few of the many dishes to love about The Broken Oven. Keep reading and find out more! Enjoy!
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