10 Ronin – Japanese Food for the Filipino Taste

Hello everyone! It’s great to have another EATSperience with our friends from the Kain Tulog Gang (KTG). It’s been a long time since we last went out on a food trip and it felt great to eat and chat with them again. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing our 10 Ronin -Japanese Food for the Filipino Taste EATSperience. Yes, 10 Ronin prides itself for Japanese food with a Filipino twist. You can expect some really famous Japanese dishes cooked with famous Filipino ingredients and techniques. If you are into exciting fusion dishes and affordable barkada-friendly dishes, make sure you keep on reading because you might find the right restaurant for your next Japanese-Filipino cravings. Continue reading…

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Buns and Bowls at Don Bao – Kapitolyo, Pasig

Hello everyone! It’s been a hectic month of September for us, as teachers (yes, we are full-time teachers, too!) because of parent-teacher conferences and preparing for our lessons at the same time. Good thing September is about to end and we finally have enough time to squeeze in some blogging of our past EATSperiences over the month of September. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing ourΒ Buns and Bowls at Don Bao in Kapitolyo, PasigΒ EATSperience. Yes, it’s Don for Donburi and Bao for those Chinese fluffy steamed buns. Don Bao specializes in the fusion of Asian and Western flavors and putting them in either a rice bowl or a steamed or fried bun. We were pretty excited to try Don Bao out because we love Asian food and it’s really something that we eat regularly. If you love buns and bowls, keep on reading because Don Bao might be an interesting place to take friends and loved ones in your next food trip! Continue reading…

Epilogue Fine Bistro – S Maison, Conrad Manila

If you are a bookworm, the term epilogue is something you are familiar with. It is the part wherein a character’s journey comes to an end, and the story is concluded. At Epilogue Fine Bistro, their aim is to let their diners have the most satisfying and enjoyable experience. With 4 Japanese chefs, each a master of their own craft, Epilogue has a well-curated menu that is presented in such a way that it likes reading through the different parts of a book. Epilogue serves dishes that have the basic ingredients that are elevated to the next level. Join us and read through our Epilogue in S Maison, Conrad Manila EATSperience. Continue reading…

Kaiseki at Kyo-to – Legaspi Village, Makati

Another first. Another memorable EATSperience. Yes, this was one of those EATSperiences that left us speechless—a meal that we marveled at. This EATSperience was at a restaurant that is considered to be one of Makati’s hidden gems. That hidden gem is Kyo-to. Named after the former imperial capital and cultural heart of Japan. At Kyo-to, diners will EATSperience the highest expression of Japanese gastronomy called “Kaiseki”. For first-timers like us, Kyo-to’s presser defined it as, “An elegant multiple course meal, served with the best seasonal ingredients”. Yes, we are in for another treat, but this time, what made it more special was the authentic EATSperience Kyo-to brought to the table. Join us as we eat and appreciate the art of Kaiseki at Kyo-to in Legaspi Village, Makati, enjoy! Continue reading…

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…