Pablo Bistro at The Picasso Serviced Residences

If you have been following our blog, you might have already read about our EATStaycation EATSperience at The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences. We loved so many things about Picasso and the Salcedo Village neighborhood where it belongs. One of the things that we loved is one of the restaurants that’s housed at the ground floor, Pablo Bistro. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about Pablo Bistro at The Picasso Serviced Residences. As you may have already read about our previous post, we had our complimentary breakfast at Pablo Bistro, thanks to The Picasso. Just in case you didn’t know yet, we also had dinner their late in the afternoon, during our stay at Picasso. So yes, we were able to try a bunch of their famous tapas and a couple of mains that we would want to tell you more about. Make sure to keep on reading to find out more about Pablo Bistro. Enjoy! Continue reading…

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[Pampanga EATS] 25 Seeds by Chef Sau del Rosario

Earlier this month, I, Mr. Eats, went on a food trip to EATSplore some of the limited edition items for the Choice of the Nation. It was a day of pure eating as I was able to try out FOUR restaurants in one day. The food trip took me as far as Pampanga and it led me to 25 Seeds by Chef Sau del Rosario. 25 Seeds features farm to table creations inspired by many of his adventures in his 25 years of being in the food industry and of course, by his Kapampangan roots. I was really excited to try his food again because of my wonderful EATSperience at Cafe Fleur in 2016. In this edition of EATSplorations, I will be sharing my thoughts about his famous dishes and also about his mayo-inspired dishes. I sure hope you are hungry because here’s my gut-stuffing EATSperience at 25 Seeds by Chef Sau del Rosario, enjoy! Continue reading…

Cafe Sanso – Little Baguio, San Juan

Over the years, Little Baguio in San Juan City has been a great dining destination for a whole lot of foodies from all over the Metro. The neighborhood is home to several homegrown restaurants and cafes with a wide variety of cuisines to offer. In one of our recent EATSperiences, we discovered a very interesting cafe that was inspired by a museum right next to it. Museo Sanso is an art museum put up for the well-known Spanish artist who is Filipino by heart, Juvenal Sanso. Hence the cafe was named after the him. Join us as we share about our one of a kind EATSperience at Cafe Sanso in Little Baguio, San Juan. Enjoy! Continue reading…

[BGC EATS] Cafe Enye at Citi Plaza

It’s always an interesting experience finding restaurants that offer something that will take you on a culinary journey. Colonial Spanish cuisine may be familiar, but it can take one’s taste bud on an adventure when it has an influence from other parts of the world. In one of our EATSperiences, we experienced Colonial Spanish dishes on a different level. Executed with influences from Latin America, Africa and Asia, this hidden gem restaurant gave a refreshing take on the Colonial Spanish dishes that may be familiar to most Filipinos. Did we say hidden gem? Join us as we share with you our latest BGC EATS with Cafe Enye at Citi Plaza. Enjoy! Continue reading…

Waterside – Solaire Resort and Casino

Just last week, we were back at one of Manila’s best resort hotel and casino to try out one of their many in-house restaurants. Our last two visits to this hotel was pretty good that’s why we were extremely excited to visit for the third time. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing with you about our Waterside – Solaire Resort and Casino EATSperience. Yes, we are back at Solaire once again and this time, to try out Waterside’s Latin American-inspired dishes. You know, ceviche, tacos, paella, asado (grill), and so much more. Make sure you are feeling hungry because at the end of this EATSperience, you will surely be filled with all the good stuff that Waterside has to offer. Continue reading…