Cafe Sanso – Little Baguio, San Juan

Over the years, Little Baguio in San Juan City has been a great dining destination for a whole lot of foodies from all over the Metro. The neighborhood is home to several homegrown restaurants and cafes with a wide variety of cuisines to offer. In one of our recent EATSperiences, we discovered a very interesting cafe that was inspired by a museum right next to it. Museo Sanso is an art museum put up for the well-known Spanish artist who is Filipino by heart, Juvenal Sanso. Hence the cafe was named after the him. Join us as we share about our one of a kind EATSperience atΒ Cafe Sanso in Little Baguio, San Juan. Enjoy! Continue reading…

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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…

Flavors of Spain at Market Cafe – AG New World Manila Bay

Hello everyone! Just around a week ago, we were able to EATSperience a one of a kind food festival at one of the best hotels in Manila—AG New World Manila Bay. This food festival is an ongoing limited time only promotion called “Flavors of Spain” at Market Cafe in AG New World Manila Bay. “It is often said that Filipino cuisine is a melting pot of cultures – a medley of aroma and flavors inspired by various cultural influences, with Spanish cuisine being the most notable, almost synonymous to celebrations, festivities, and weekend family gatherings.Β To Filipinos, Spanish cuisine is one of the most colorful, festive, rich, and vibrant gastronomic experiences that cradle the palate in a warm, nostalgic embrace.” -AG New World Manila Bay Press. Join us as we share our EATSperience of familiar Spanish flavors and Market Cafe’s favorites in this edition of EATSplorations. Continue reading…

Spanish Cuisine at La Tienda – Makati

Since that memorable EATSperience of ours at the Spanish Food Festival at the Diamond Hotel, we have been looking around on where to try other authentic Spanish dishes. Also, we have been looking for that authentic Spanish tavern atmosphere to have a really complete EATSperience. Good for us, we didn’t have to look so far because just around Makati’s Bel-Air area there’s a Spanish restaurant that has been there for 30 years. Well, it’s safe to say that it has already been an institution for Spanish cuisine and yes, it took us a long long time to finally eat there for the first time. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sampling Spanish Cuisine at La Tienda. Join us as we try out their chorizo, churros, and many more! Continue reading…

Spanish Food Festival at the Diamond Hotel Philippines

Craving for Spanish food? Look no further as we will be sharing with you our EATSperience of the Spanish Food Festival at the Diamond Hotel Philippines, entitled “Exquisita Comida EspaΓ±ola.” This one of a kind food festival features a wide variety of Spanish culinary classics from different regions of Spain. This Spanish food festival is made even more special by Diamond Hotel’s newest Executive Chef from Spain, Chef Francisco Coque. Well, well, well, a Spanish Executive Chef leading this Spanish food festival? It can’t get any more special and authentic than that, right? Join us as we eat our way through the sumptuous line-up of Spanish dishes together with their delicious spread of international cuisines from appetizers down to desserts. Before we starve ourselves out, let’s get going! Continue reading…