Sustainable Seafood Feast at CATCH in Heat – Edsa Shangri-La

All You Can Eat Seafood? YES!!! Good news to all seafood lovers out there, Edsa Shangri-La’s HEAT has an ongoing All You Can Eat EATSperience that will surely blow your tummies away. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about Sustainable Seafood Feast at CATCH in Heat – Edsa Shangri-La! CATCH is a one of a kind all-you-can-eat EATSperience held every Thursday at HEAT. Heat prides itself on having one of the best-unlimited dining experiences in Metro Manila for a long long time now and it just got better because of CATCH! What is CATCH again, you may ask? Well, CATCH is a market-style seafood buffet EATSperience that features sustainable seafood caught in the Philippines, Vietnam, and even Antarctica. At CATCH, diners will be able to choose whichever sustainable seafood they’d like to have and have it cooked and prepared the way they want. Keep on reading to find out more about CATCH, enjoy! Continue reading…

Bun Appetit at The Grid Food Market

BUN APPETIT. Yup, Bun Appetit! The food stall that is known for its amazing lobster roll and other seafood rolls. The stall that started at the Salcedo Market. Well, since its inception almost 5 years ago, Bun Appetit has expanded its reach and its menu from its humble beginnings at the Salcedo Market. Now, Bun Appetit has been a well-known and sought after food stall because of its amazing rolls, garlic noodles, and many more. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about our amazing Bun Appetit at The Grid Food Market EATSperience! We hope you are ready because you’re definitely in for a treat! Enjoy!

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[NEW Makati EATS] TKB by Tanduay – PNB Building, Ayala Avenue

Makati City is packed with so many drinking and dining places. In and around the Ayala Center alone, there is probably hundreds or maybe even thousands of restaurants, cafes, and eateries of some sort. A lot of classic restaurants have been in the area for many many years and there are also a lot of interesting new ones. In this edition of EATSplorations, I, Mr. Eats, will be sharing about my EATSperience in a NEW Makati EATS spot located right along the always bustling Ayala Avenue. This new restaurant is called TKB by Tanduay at the PNB Building along Ayala Avenue in Makati! TKB is probably the newest restaurant in Makati and in Metro Manila. In fact, it just opened this past May 2019, say hello to TKB by Tanduay at the PNB Building along Ayala Avenue, Makati! Continue reading…

Burgers and Flatbreads at Pound x Flatterie – Greenbelt 3

It’s been a long time since I saw a new and interesting restaurant in Greenbelt 3. I always go there with Bianca and Beanie and we always seem to eat in our favorite restaurants there. We usually go for Japanese, American, and Filipino restaurants. The classics in Greenbelt 3. However, just recently, I was able to try something new! Yup, Greenbelt 3 has a new and interesting restaurant! It’s been a long time, hehe. In this edition of EATSplorations, I will be sharing with you about Burgers and Flatbreads at Pound x Flatterie in Greenbelt 3. Yes, you read that right. Burgers and Flatbreads in one amazing collab from two different restaurants of Foodee Global Concepts. Foodee Global Concepts is the group that brought famous restaurant brands in Manila, like Tim Ho Wan, Hawker Chan, and Tsuta, just to name a few. They have really good taste when it comes to good food that’s why I am so excited to EATSperience Pound x Flatterie for the very first time! Keep on reading to journey along with my hungry tummy. Enjoy! Continue reading…

Mala Szechuan Chinese Cuisine at Met Live Mall

There’s been a huge storm of Chinese restaurants here in Manila lately. I’m not just talking about our usual dim sum restaurants or Cantonese restaurants that serve the Chinese food that we already love. I’m talking about more different kinds of hotpot and more regional Chinese restaurants that’s more than the usual Sweet and Sour Pork or Yangchow Fried Rice, hehe. Well, this may be because there are a lot more Chinese nationals now here in Manila. It may also be because Filipinos are now more open to embracing other kinds of Chinese dishes. What do you think? Well, this may be good for foodies like us who would want to try out new things. It can also be good for the general food scene that we have here in Manila. Before I move further, this EATSperience of mine (Mr. Eats) will be about a restaurant at a fairly new mall in Pasay City that features really spicy Chinese food for Chinese nationals and locals who love spicy stuff. The restaurant that I will be sharing about is Mala Szechuan Chinese Cuisine at Met Live Mall in Pasay City! If you want to know more about it, please keep on reading especially if spicy food is your thing. Enjoy! Continue reading…