Alta by Relik – Santolan Town Plaza

Lunch dates are rare for us, as we usually take lunch with our respective classes (as some of you may not know, yes, we were both teachers). So whenever we have to opportunity to go out for lunch, we make sure that we really get to enjoy the time together and of course, the food! A few weeks back, after dealing with our year end clearances at work, we went to a restaurant near our work place. Since we knew that we were having a lunch date, we didn’t eat much for breakfast to prepare our tummies (haha!) Some of you may be familiar with Relik located at BGC, and the restaurant where we went to is managed by the same group. Join us in this edition of EATSplorations, as we share about our Alta by Relik-Santolan Town Plaza EATSperience. Enjoy! Continue reading…

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[Movenpick Boracay] Italian Bites at Brezza

Going to Boracay anytime soon? Looking for a new place to try? Well, you’re in luck because I will be sharing with you about a new Italian restaurant in the island located at the Movenpick Resort and Spa Boracay property. This new Italian restaurant serves up The Fastest Pizza in the island. Yes, you read that right! In around 50 seconds to 1 minute from the time your pizza enters “The Beast”, their wood-fire oven from Napoli, you can already devour the pizza that your ordered. Beach, beer, and PIZZA? You can have it all at Movenpick Boracay! Join me, as I EATSperience authenticย Italian Bites at Brezza in this edtion of EATSplorations! Continue reading…

[Neighborhood EATS] Flossom Kitchen Cafe – San Juan City

Good restaurants or cafes are not necessarily the ones that we find in malls or establishments. There are some that are hidden in residential places or probably just around the neighborhood. In one of our recent EATSperience, we discovered a great find in a commercial establishment called Flossom Place and it’s really close to our workplace. Flossom Place is like a one-stop shop for those residing in and around San Juan City. It’s home to a number of establishments that offer different products and services. In this edition of EATSplorations, join us as we share with you about Flossom Kitchen Cafe in San Juan City. Enjoy!
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[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…

[Uptown Bonifacio] Italian Feast at Mamma Mia

In December alone, we’ve probably EATSperienced around THREE Italian restaurants here in Metro Manila and that’s from Makati and Taguig alone. One old with new dishes and two newbies, one of which is an international franchise, and the second one is a homegrown concept from an Italian family living here in Manila. What we are trying to say is that Italian cuisine has grown to be a big part of us carb-loving Pinoys. Yes, we love our rice and dish combos but we, Filipinos, have grown to love pizza and pasta throughout the years.ย That’s why we have a great number of both local and international pizza chains all over the country. We also have a number of homegrown Italian food concepts, some of which are still up and running for a number of years now. Well, we can never have so much pizza and pasta. We, ourselves, as EATSplorations are huge fans of anything with noodles, dough, tomato sauce, and cheese. Anything with an Italian influence, bring it on! That’s why in this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing with you our latest EATSperience in Uptown Bonifacio, an Italian Feast at Mamma Mia. Enjoy! Continue reading…