[Quezon City EATS] Inasal Food Trip at Bacolod Chicken Parilla

Quezon City is faraway from where we live and we seldom go there because of how heavy the traffic is going to and fro. However, Quezon City is also home to numerous food finds that are only available there. If you noticed, a lot of our recent EATSperiences were from Quezon City and yes, even though it’s far from where we live, there are still some restaurants that are worth the heavy traffic and travel time. In this edition of EATSplorations, I, Mr. Eats, will be sharing about an eatery that I have seen so much on social media because of their Chicken Inasal. In case it’s your first time to hear about Chicken Inasal, it’s a famous grilled chicken dish from the Visayas especially in Iloilo and Bacolod. It’s very tasty and satisfying especially when eaten with lots of chicken oil and condiments like soy sauce, chili, and calamansi. Join me as I share with you my recent Quezon City EATS, Inasal Food Trip at Bacolod Chicken Parilla! Kaon ta! Continue reading…

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Ha-inan Delivery and Takeout

Nowadays, eating is all about convenience. We may crave for certain kinds of food every now and then but we always think if it’s convenient for us to go out and go through the hassle of booking a ride and spending so much time on the road. Sometimes, it’s just more enjoyable to order from somewhere and enjoy eating at home. Good thing now, there are a lot of options when it comes to having all kinds of food delivered. Fast food isn’t the only option. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing with you about one option that you can all have when it comes to food delivery and takeout. That option is Ha-inan Delivery and Takeout! Ha-inan came from the Filipino word “hain” which means to serve a certain dish. It’s very suiting because Ha-inan serves up dishes that we, Filipinos, love! Keep on reading to find out more about Ha-inan and our own EATSperience about their food, enjoy! Continue reading…

[Greenhills Shopping Center] Takaw by Chef Tatung

I, admittedly, am matakaw. I love to eat. Especially, if the food is really really good. I can never say no to different flavors and textures that Filipino cuisine has to offer. And yes, all those superb Filipino dishes with LOTS OF RICE. In this edition of EATSplorations, I, Mr. Eats, will be sharing about a recent EATSperience in a newly opened Filipino restaurant called Takaw by Chef Tatung in Greenhills Shopping Center. Yes, Chef Tatung’s specialty Filipino dishes can now be enjoyed in the bustling Greenhills, San Juan neighborhood. Hungry shoppers, foreigners, and balikbayans will surely enjoy a filling lunch or dinner in his very colorful and pun-filled eatery. I hope you are hungry because my Takaw EATSperience will surely fill you up! Continue reading…

[Davao EATS] Pinoy Food with a Twist at Primo Pop Grill

Just before ending our summer break we had a trip to one of the cities known for tuna, sinugba and a whole lot more. While Mr. Eats is familiar with this city, it was a first for Mrs. and Baby Eats, that made it even more special. We prepared ourselves for non-stop eating and we looked forward to awesome EATSperiences. And we were lucky enough to have discovered a relatively new restaurant at the heart of Davao City. Join us as we share about [Davao EATS] Pinoy Food with a Twist at Primo Pop Grill in this special edition of EATSplorations. Ready to check out our Primo EATSperience? Keep reading! Continue reading…

Unilever Food Solutions Funlasang Pinoy Year 2

Manila, Philippines – Filipinos are known to be talented and creative, and chefs and cooks who work silently at the back of house are no exception to that. In the first leg of the much-awaited Knorr Funlasang Pinoy Twist Fest Year 2, presented by Unilever Food Solutions (UFS) Philippines and Knorr®, nine culinarians from different cities of Luzon unleashed their innate creativity to make classic Pinoy dishes more enjoyable with fun twists. Continue reading…