Saga Beef and Sake Dinner at The Fireplace – New World Manila Bay

Hello everyone! After a few days of not writing anything, we are back once again to share about a one-night-only event that we recently EATSperienced. The event featured Japan’s prized premium Saga Beef and Sake from no place else but the Saga Prefecture. Located at Japan’s Southern Kyushu Island, the Saga Prefecture is one of Japan’s best quality beef and sake rice-producing regions. Many of Saga’s water sources have been selected as part of Japan’s top 100 water sources for their mineral content and purity. As a result, sake from Saga is rich and mellow that matches perfectly with the much heavier cuisine often encountered in Southern Japan. Just simply imagine first how great this evening was because of Saga’s beef and sake. Join us as we EATSperience a one of a kindΒ Saga Beef and Sake Dinner at The Fireplace in New World Manila Bay. Continue reading…

[NEW] Sriracha Donburi at Tokyo Tokyo

Just in case the heat of summer is not yet enough, we will be sharing an EATSperience that’s hot and spicy from one of our favorite places to dine at that will make it even hotter. Yes, there’s a new donburi in town and it is as hot as the summer sun. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will share with you about a one of a kind donburi, the NEW Sriracha Donburi at Tokyo Tokyo! Yes, Tokyo Tokyo has a new donburi in their menu that will surely fill up hungry tummies everywhere! Want to know more about the NEW Sriracha Donburi? Just keep scrolling down and read what we think about this hot and spicy treat from Tokyo Tokyo. Continue reading…

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…

Mitsuyado Sei-Men: House of Tsukemen

The school year is finally over and yes, we can now have more time to share our EATSperiences with you all! In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing our EATSperience at Mitsuyado Sei-Men: House of Tsukemen in Venice Grand Canal Mall in Taguig City. We have been wanting to try Mitsuyado’s Tsukemen, which literally means dipping noodles. Aside from that, Mitsuyado also has the usual suspects like gyoza, tonkotsu ramen, donburi, karaage, tempura, and many more. Looks like you are in for another treat! We will share around 7 to 8 dishes that will surely make you want to dine at Mitsuyado right away. Sounds good, so far? Join us as we EATSperience Mitsuyado Sei-Men: House of Tsukemen for the very first time, enjoy! Continue reading…

Manila’s Worst Ramen House: Wrong Ramen – BGC

Don’t let the snobbish title of this EATSperience make you stop from reading. Before you jump into conclusions, allow us to explain. In this edition of EATSplorations, we tried out an unconventional ramen house called Wrong Ramen in BGC. Wrong Ramen has branded itself as “Manila’s Worst Ramen House.” Yes, we couldn’t believe it too, but it’s as clear as daylight how they described their restaurant in their very own website. Who would even try to attempt dining at a ramen house that’s called Manila’s worst, right? By now, you should have gotten the humor behind the title and maybe you can proceed reading to find out what makes this place unusually special. Join us, to find out how can something so wrong like Wrong Ramen taste so right. Continue reading…