[BGC EATS] Marugame Udon Philippines – Bonifacio High Street

It has been almost two and a half years since our food-loving family returned to the Philippines from Indonesia. It has also been almost two and a half years since we ate at our favorite restaurants over there and to this date, we still miss a lot of them. Good thing, slowly but surely some of them have already arrived here in Manila and one of them will be featured in this edition of EATSplorations. We will be sharing our EATSperience about one of the trending BGC EATS in the recent months, Marugame Udon Philippines at Bonifacio High Street. What is Marugame Udon? Well, Marugame Udon (or Marugame Seimen in Japan) is a Japanese noodle place that serves up hot and cold udon (thick noodles in light broth) and a line of freshly fried tempura, all cafeteria-style. So, all of you noodle-lovers out there, must line up just like everybody else, got it? If you want to know more about this new noodle craze that would probably compete with the perennial favorite ramen, keep on reading because this EATSperience will surely catch your tummies attention. Enjoy! Continue reading…

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Bijin Nabe by Tsukada Nojo – S Maison, Conrad Manila

Soup will always have that comforting feeling when being consumed. In our case, Mrs. Eats is a big fan of soup dishes. As she likes to warm her hungry tummy first before devouring into other tasty dishes. In our recent EATSperience, it was our first time to try a soup that has an aim to make one’s skin healthy. Known for their Japanese Beauty Hot Pot, Bijin Nabe by Tsukada Nojo got us wondering how can a bowl of soup be considered as a beauty hot pot. Join us as we share with you our Bijin Nabe by Tsukada Nojo – S Maison at Conrad Manila EATSperience. Continue reading…

En Tirage – Mandala Park, Mandaluyong

It’s rare for us to go out after work because of a few considerations. Depleted energy level, the traffic that we will be facing if we decide to go out and of course our foremost reason is, to go home right away and spend time with our baby. But there are instances when all considerations allow us to try out something new. It was on a Saturday when we had to work half day which meant there was still energy to go out, the traffic was not bad and the little one was with us. Perfect, isn’t? Well, another good thing also was, we visited a new place that was just close to our workplace. So… Yehey for that! Join us as we EATSperience En Tirage, in this edition of EATSplorations! 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…

The Great Eatscape – Cibo, SM Aura

We had a great time last week because we got some much needed rest and we got to spend more time with our baby. Also, there was another run of The Great Eatscape by ForkSpoonManila and SM Aura Premier. If you read our five-part series about this food-filled event, you know what to expect in this series.Β The day was indeed full of fun, food, laughter and friendship as we got to catch-up with friends and were able to meet new ones. Our first stop was at Cibo. An Italian restaurant by Asia’s Best Female Chef in 2016, Margarita Fores.Β Cibo has been a household name for Italian comfort food in the Metro over the years. It has provided a unique dining EATSperience for diners who adore pizza, pasta and many more Italian favorites. Sounds good so far? Continue reading…