[NEW] Tokyo Wings at Tokyo Tokyo Philippines

Tokyo Tokyo has been around for so many years now! They’ve always been known for their tasty yet affordable Japanese food. They got rolls, tempura, teppanyaki, karaage, and so much more. They’re one of the most beloved brands in the Philippines and if you are wondering why, well, it’s because quality has been really consistent. And they never run out of new ideas on how to get their loyal customers excited. In this edition of EATSplorations, I will be sharing another Tokyo Tokyo new item! It’s crispy, juicy, and really really flavorful. Also, it’s fun to eat with chopsticks and with our hands. Are you ready for the NEW Tokyo Wings at Tokyo Tokyo Philippines? Yes, finally! Finally, Tokyo Tokyo has a few chicken wing flavors for everyone to EATSperience! Keep on reading to find out more about Tokyo Tokyo’s NEWEST menu item, itadakimasu! Continue reading…

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[BGC EATS] All Day Japanese at Motto Motto

Japanese food, again! Nope, we’re not complaining. We’re actually really happy to have another one in town because it just means that there’s a lot more to choose from. Over the years, we’ve grown to be huge fans of Japanese food. Sashimi, sushi, udon, ramen, teppanyaki, tempura, and many more. It’s one of the many cuisines that we’d really really love to have over and over again. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about one of the newest Japanese restaurants in BGC which is under the big hotel and restaurant umbrella of the Raintree Hospitality Group. Raintree is known for Providore, Chelsea Kitchen, Chotto Matte, Friends & Family, just to name a few. They even have Coast, Blue Marina, and Cha Cha’s in Boracay. Before we get all carried away with how awesome their group is, let’s go back to our subject for this EATSperience. We’re extremely excited to share about our All Day Japanese EATSperience at Motto Motto in Serendra, BGC! Keep on reading to know more about one of the city’s hottest Japanese restaurants in town, enjoy! Continue reading…

Yakiniku All You Can at Gyu-Kaku Shangri-La Plaza

It’s been a long time coming! Finally, a premium meat quality restaurant with All You Can Eat Meat! Yup, you read that right it. We hope you are all very excited because in this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about the Yakiniku All You Can at Gyu-Kaku in Shangri-La Plaza! Yes, finally, after a long time waiting for it. Gyu-Kaku now has a meat-all-you-can promotion for both its loyal customers and first-time diners. To those of you who don’t know yet, according to their website, Gyu-Kaku, meaning “Horn of the Bull” in English, is an authentic Japanese Yakiniku (grilled barbecue) dining experience where customers share premium cooked meats over flaming charcoal while drinking various Japanese drinks.  Anyways, we know you are already very eager to find out the important things about it so we won’t keep you waiting. Here comes our Yakiniku All You Can EATSperience at Gyu-Kaku! Continue reading…

[Quezon City EATS] Modern Japanese Food at Kureji

Japanese food! I love love love Japanese food. Even my wife and baby love it, too. It’s one of our most frequently eaten food when we dine out simply because it’s just so good. My family and I just can’t resist having a plate of crispy and juicy tempura together with a piping hot bowl of ramen. Good thing Metro Manila has a great number of high quality Japanese restaurants, right? In this edition of EATSplorations, my hungry tummy brought me all the way to Quezon City to try out one of the best and newest Japanese restaurants in town. I was really excited to EATSperience this place because of all the good things I’ve seen and read about online. You know, ramen, tempura, gyoza, and so much more. Keep on reading because I can’t wait to tell you about the Modern Japanese Food at Kureji in Quezon City! Continue reading…

Ramen Sets at Uma Uma Philippines

In a span of almost 3 years of being back here in Manila, the restaurant scene has grown a lot. People who love to eat have more options. However, not all diners are willing to spend for a certain amount for food, while some are willing to go overboard. It would really depend on the diners’ preference. But what we noticed is that most diners prefer to eat smart. What does eating smart mean? Well, from what we’ve observed, some people would like to eat good quality food that is budget-friendly. If you are keen on following a budget when eating out, restaurants with set meals or family-friendly sets are a usual go to. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about EATSperience of the Ramen Sets at Uma Uma Philippines!

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