Matcha Loving at Tsujiri – S Maison, Conrad Manila

We have been fans of Matcha ever since we’ve tried it out. A lot of restaurants and brands have their own versions of Matcha infused treats. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will share with you a brand that has built its name over 155 years. It isΒ one of the most well-known brands from Uji, Kyoto. Due to creating the tea cabinet, allowing matcha to be transported all over Japan. It is also a pioneer in infusing matcha with western desserts. Located at the 2nd floor of S Maison in Conrad Manila, Tsujiri has opened its first branch here in Manila. Join us as we share with you our EATSperience of some awesome Match Loving at Tsujiri! Continue reading…

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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 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!

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Hibana – Legaspi Village, Makati

Ever heard of this quote before? “Have the passion to take the action, and magic will happen.” Well, it reminded us of how Chef Mark Tan (not Mr. Eats, hehe) has taken his passion for food into a whole new level with the inception of Hibana in Legaspi Village, Makati. In case you were wondering, Hibana means “spark” in English and it was Chef Mark’s love for Japanese food that sparked his love for cooking. That spark can also be found in his robatayaki cooking method, in which food are slowly grilled over hot charcoal. In this edition of EATSplorations, you will find out the reflection of Chef Mark’s passion to take his diners into a different Japanese culinary EATSperience. Continue reading…

Sangkap – Portico, Pasig

Hello everyone! After almost a week of not being able to write about our recent EATS, we finally had time to write about one of our EATSperiences last month. We were able to visit one of the newest restaurants in Portico – Pasig, Sangkap by Chef Raymar Reyes. Sangkap means “ingredient” in Filipino, as the restaurant features all sorts of dishes with ingredients that highlight the different regional flavors of the Philippines. Because of that, we tried a number of Sangkap’s bestselling dishes from the different parts of the Philippines. Dishes that are truly Filipino with a twist. Find out if it all worked out well or not as you EATSperience Sangkap through our taste buds. Here goes our much-awaited Sangkap EATSperience, enjoy! Continue reading…

Grind Bistro – Net Park Building, BGC

Food need not be complicated to be good. Agree? In this edition of EATSplorations, we will share with you our EATSperience in the ever-developing Bonifacio Global City or BGC in short. And this EATSperience is about Grind Bistro foundΒ in Netpark Building BGC. We have been hearing a lot of buzz about their 100% USDA beef Grind Burger and silky smooth milkshakes. Aside from that classic combination, they also have a wide variety of restaurant quality dishes that will easily make one’s tummy grumble. Before you get all starving, let’s keep going and find out more about our first Grind Bistro EATSperience. Continue reading…