[Hong Kong EATS] Mak’s Noodle – Tsim Sha Tsui

Our first day in Hong Kong was a busy one. We arrived early morning and went straight to the happiest place on earth—Disneyland! We spent the whole day there and decided to go to our hotel at night to maximize our little girl’s Disneyland experience. After having loads of fun, we started feeling tired and decided to go to the city via train. When we arrived at Tsim Sha Tsui, we walked around to look for our hotel and after doing all the check-in errands, we started feeling hungry. Like really hungry. After a long day with sore bodies, we wanted something comforting to eat for dinner. Known for its Wonton noodle and awesome egg noodles, this famous and iconic noodle house came to the rescue. It originated since the 1920s and has been a part of the Michelin Guide. Join us in this Hong Kong EATS edition of EATSplorations, as we share about our Mak’s Noodle – Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong EATSperience! Enjoy! Continue reading…

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[San Juan City EATS] Tra Vinh Express at Courtyard 453

Right after EATSperiencing the new dishes of Flossom Kitchen Cafe, believe it or not, I proceeded to go on another EATSperience. Yes, I still sort of had some more space left in my already very spacious tummy, if you know what that means, hehe. In this edition of EATSplorations, I will be sharing about another San Juan City EATS with Tra Vinh Express at Courtyard 453. The name Tra Vinh might already be familiar to a lot of you, as some of you might have already eaten there before, or some of you might have already read about it here in our blog. Just in case you have no idea what Tra Vinh is all about, it’s one of the best Vietnamese restaurants in town. It’s home to huge and hearty bowls of Pho and a wide variety of Vietnamese classics. Following its popularity in Quezon City, the owners of Tra Vinh decided to expand and open its newest branch at Courtyard 453 in San Juan City. Keep on reading and find out why you should visit and what dishes you should try at Tra Vinh Express, enjoy! Continue reading…

[The Grid Food Market] Lobster Roll and so much more at Bun Appetit

It’s probably been a couple of months already since The Grid Food Market has opened in the new wing of the Power Plant Mall in Rockwell, Makati. It has easily become one of our favorite dining spots around town, well, because it’s new and also, the food selection has been great so far even though there are still some stalls that are yet to open. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about one particular stall that has a really huge following of seafood-lovers at The Grid! It’s been really famous in Salcedo Market and its owners has finally brought it inside a mall. If you are into seafood and sandwiches, you will surely love this EATSperience of ours! Get your tummies ready as we share about Lobster Roll and so much more at Bun Appetit in The Grid Food Market, enjoy!

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[The Podium] Lunch Sets at Chibo Okonomiyaki

Chibo Okonomiyaki in Conrad, S Maison is one of the many restaurants that we have tried the past year. It is one of the few that we keep coming back to because of we really enjoy their food. Although we are near S Maison, we wishfully thought of Chibo Okonomiyaki having other branches so that people from other parts of the Metro will be able to try this Osaka-based franchise. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about a new branch of Chibo Okonomiyaki that opened early this year. Right in the middle of the CBD in Ortigas, Chibo Okonomiyaki opened its doors in Podium. Perfect for people who are working around the area and for families, students, and friends who are frequently visiting the mall. Join us as we share the different Lunch Sets at Chibo Okonomiyaki in The Podium. Enjoy!

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[City of Dreams Manila] Chinese Cuisine at Jing Ting

As you all know, Chinese cuisine will always be close to our hearts especially to our tummies. We usually have it during family gatherings, random lunch or dinner cravings, or even for take-outs and home delivery. That’s how accustomed we are to Chinese food. However, we know that Chinese cuisine varies from one province to another. And we are so used to having Cantonese food, and Northern Chinese food is something that we have not explored much yet. Not until we discovered a restaurant that introduced us to Northern Chinese Cuisine. In this edition of EATSplorations we will be sharing about Jing Ting at City of Dreams Manila. Jing Ting means little house or resting place inspired from Chinese Hutongs, which are small areas found in China (specifically in Beijing). Join us and find out our discovery as we EATSperienced Northern Chinese cuisine from Jing Ting at City of Dreams Manila. Enjoy! Continue reading…