[SM North] Japanese EATS at Dohtonbori

After sharing our previous EATSperiences in our mini food crawl at SM North Edsa, we are finally down to our third and final stop. After having Chinese food for lunch, Korean favorites for dessert, it’s finally time to EATSperience… Japanese EATS at Dohtonbori at SM North! We have been really looking forward to this EATSperience as we really love Japanese food. You know, ramen, sushi, sashimi, yakiniku, and many more. In this Japanese food EATSperience though, the highlight is—OKONOMIYAKI. If you want to know more about our Dohtonbori EATSperience, keep on reading because this EATSperience is something that you will surely love! Continue reading…

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Chibo Okonomiyaki – S Maison, SM Mall of Asia Complex

We’ve always had a perception that Japanese food is a work of art. As we’ve seen Japanese chefs exhibit passion by delicately making different dishes, which makes it so interesting to eat and to learn about Japanese food. 2 Saturdays ago, we were in The Choice Awards event at SMX convention center. After having an eventful afternoon, our tummies started to grumble and good thing our friends were hungry too. So we decided to have dinner at a nearby restaurant. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing with you our Chibo Okonomiyaki- S Maison, SM Mall of Asia Complex EATSperience. Join us as we discover what Chibo has to offer. Continue reading…

Hibana – Legaspi Village, Makati

Ever heard of this quote before? “Have the passion to take the action, and magic will happen.” Well, it reminded us of how Chef Mark Tan (not Mr. Eats, hehe) has taken his passion for food into a whole new level with the inception of Hibana in Legaspi Village, Makati. In case you were wondering, Hibana means “spark” in English and it was Chef Mark’s love for Japanese food that sparked his love for cooking. That spark can also be found in his robatayaki cooking method, in which food are slowly grilled over hot charcoal. In this edition of EATSplorations, you will find out the reflection of Chef Mark’s passion to take his diners into a different Japanese culinary EATSperience. Continue reading…