[Raffles Makati] Sunday Brunch at Mireio

Sunday is that day of the week where people usually spend quality time with their loved ones. It is also that day of the week most people would love to slow down and relax. And for the EATS family, if you have been following us for quite sometime already, you know that eating is one of our favorite thing to bond. Haha. And a few Sundays back we had one of those laid back Sundays over brunch. Brunch on a Sunday morning? Ahh! What a way to start a new week! In this edition of EATSplorations, allow us to share with you a Provencal inspired brunch at Raffles Makati. Join us as we take you on a virtual tour of what Sunday Brunch at Mireio is all about!

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[BGC EATS] Indonesian Food at Bakmi Nyonya – Eden Food Hall

Indonesia, its culture, and especially its food will always hold a special place in our hearts. If you remember EATS Jakarta, that was us. That was us almost 4 years ago. It’s been a little over two years now since we left Jakarta, and there are still days when we would miss having Indonesian food. Sate Ayam, Bakmi Goreng, Nasi Goreng, Beef Rendang, and so much more. And it is kind of hard to find something authentic here in Manila, as it is really not that common and accepted yet. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about an Indonesian food stall that we have come to love, as it kind of made us miss Indonesia less because of its legit Indonesian food. Join us as we EATSperience and share with you more about Indonesian Food at Bakmi Nyonya in Eden Food Hall. Enjoy! Continue reading…

SOUV! by Cyma – Net Park, BGC

Chef Robby Goco of Cyma recently launched a new concept restaurant that’s more fun, fresh, modern, and progressive Greek. Coming from the famous Greek dish, Souvlaki, and from the chefs’ ideal concept to have fun, Souv! by Cyma was born. Souv offers a modern dining concept that focuses on spit fired meat. Wherein rotisserie is their style to roast skewered meat on fire. Souv’s menu revolves around 3 Souvlaki meats—chicken, pork and lamb. So if you loved Cyma, we are pretty sure that you will enjoy Souv! as well. Join us as we share with you our Souv! by Cyma- Net Park, BGC EATSperience. Enjoy! Continue reading…

Mama Lou’s Italian Kitchen – Ayala Malls The 30th, Pasig

Home-cooked meals will always be one of the best meals that can easily captivate one’s hungry tummy. And we never thought Italian food can be as comforting as it is in Mama Lou’s. This famous restaurant from the South has finally made its way to the opposite side of the Metro. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing with you our recent Mama Lou’s Italian Kitchen – Ayala Malls The 30th, PasigΒ EATSperience. Join us as we talk about Mama Lou’s heirloom recipes that captivated not just our hungry tummies but also our hearts. Enjoy! Continue reading…

Manila’s Worst Ramen House: Wrong Ramen – BGC

Don’t let the snobbish title of this EATSperience make you stop from reading. Before you jump into conclusions, allow us to explain. In this edition of EATSplorations, we tried out an unconventional ramen house called Wrong Ramen in BGC. Wrong Ramen has branded itself as “Manila’s Worst Ramen House.” Yes, we couldn’t believe it too, but it’s as clear as daylight how they described their restaurant in their very own website. Who would even try to attempt dining at a ramen house that’s called Manila’s worst, right? By now, you should have gotten the humor behind the title and maybe you can proceed reading to find out what makes this place unusually special. Join us, to find out how can something so wrong like Wrong Ramen taste so right. Continue reading…