Authentic Thai Cuisine at Benjarong – Dusit Thani Manila

Thai food. We absolutely LOVE Thai food! In our opinion, it’s one of the most flavorful and complex cuisines that we have ever had. It has amazing character and balance of different Southeast Asian flavors. Thai food is simply irresistible. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing our EATSperience of Authentic Thai Cuisine at Benjarong in Dusit Thani Manila! Benjarong is considered to be one of the best Thai restaurants in town and we were really excited to find out about what makes their food so special. As first-time diners in one of Metro Manila’s most iconic Thai restaurants, what must we order? Shall we order on our own or shall we seek some expert advice from one of its servers? Keep on reading to find out what we EATSperienced at Benjarong in Dusit Thani Manila! Continue reading…

Menya Kokoro Tokyo Mazesoba at Uptown Mall – BGC

Noodle fans all over the Metro, we have an announcement to make! THERE’S A NEW NOODLE PLACE IN TOWN! We repeat, there’s a new noodle place in town! Just a couple of days ago, we were able to try out one of the most famous soba (noodle) places from Tokyo and we would like to share about it in this edition of EATSplorations. This soba place is called Menya Kokoro Tokyo Mazesoba at Uptown Mall in BGC! Menya Kokoro is known for its amazing Mazesoba. Just in case you don’t know about what Mazesoba means, “Maze” means mix and “Soba” means noodles so in direct translation “Mazesoba” means mix noodles. Mazesoba is also not your ordinary Japanese noodles because it is like ramen but without broth. However, it has its own special sauce and signature ingredients that will surely blow you away. Keep on reading to know more about Menya Kokoro Tokyo Mazesoba, enjoy! 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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[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…