[BGC EATS] Friends & Family – Bonifacio High Street Central

Recently, I, Mr. Eats, was able to try out one of Bonifacio Global City’s newest restaurants, Friends & Family. Some of you might have already tried it out, but well yes, it was my first time. However, even though it was my very first time to dine there, all the flavors from the various dishes that I tried reminded me about so many good memories. It was truly a one of a kind nostalgic EATSperience. I think a lot of you will be able to relate with me on this. You know, that Pinoy barbecue stall from years ago that made you want to go out of the house each and every afternoon or that Pinoy-style spaghetti that you would always ask your mom to make for birthdays and special occasions. There are still days when I would crave for those because those dishes bring a lot of great memories from several years back. That is why, in this edition of EATSplorations, I will be sharing about my very memorable EATSperience at Friends & Family in Bonifacio High Street Central. Take a trip down food memory lane with me, let’s go! Continue reading…

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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…

Filipino Food Done Right at Bench Cafe

Bench, a beloved Filipino fashion brand, has finally opened its first-ever homegrown food concept. Nestled in their three-storey flagship store in Bonifacio High Street in BGC is their retail shop, a salon, a barber shop, and the newest addition to their brand, the Bench Cafe. Bench Cafe is the product of a well-curated concept of representing Bench’s fashion style, the brand’s love for local and the idea of venturing into food. Since Bench is big in promoting love for local, Bench Cafe is all about Filipino food. The creative minds behind Bench’s gastronomic venture are, Eric Dee from FOODEE Global Concepts and their Executive Chef, Chef Carlo Miguel. Join us as we share with you Filipino Food Done Right at Bench Cafe- Bench Flagship Store, BGC. 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…

[Market Market Food Choices] Pinoy Favorites at The Grill Boy

Eating in a food court has always been fun for both of us. Since our childhood days, food court EATS have been near and dear to our tummies. Seeing so many good food choices at affordable prices makes it oh so good to dine. And having not to wait for 15-20 minutes for our food is one of the reasons why dining at a food court is always a good idea, well especially if we are super hungry. In one of our recent EATSperiences, we discovered a fast food find that will surely be a hit to Filipino food-lovers. Join us as we share in this edition of EATSplorations, our EATSperience of Pinoy Favorites at The Grill Boy in Market Market. Enjoy!

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