Saga Beef and Sake Dinner at The Fireplace – New World Manila Bay

Hello everyone! After a few days of not writing anything, we are back once again to share about a one-night-only event that we recently EATSperienced. The event featured Japan’s prized premium Saga Beef and Sake from no place else but the Saga Prefecture. Located at Japan’s Southern Kyushu Island, the Saga Prefecture is one of Japan’s best quality beef and sake rice-producing regions. Many of Saga’s water sources have been selected as part of Japan’s top 100 water sources for their mineral content and purity. As a result, sake from Saga is rich and mellow that matches perfectly with the much heavier cuisine often encountered in Southern Japan. Just simply imagine first how great this evening was because of Saga’s beef and sake. Join us as we EATSperience a one of a kindΒ Saga Beef and Sake Dinner at The Fireplace in New World Manila Bay. Continue reading…

Wagyu All-You-Can at Mad for Wagyu in Edsa Shangri-La

Hello, fellow meat-lovers! We are back for another edition of EATSplorations here at HEAT in Edsa Shangri-La and this time we will be sharing with you a very meaty EATSperience. If Fridays are for Mad for Lobster, Saturdays at Heat are for the Wagyu-lovers out there. Yes, you can enjoy Wagyu All-You-Can at Mad for Wagyu in Edsa Shangri-La’s Heat. Together with Heat’s signature buffet spread, Saturday nights are made more special because of the variety of Wagyu beef dishes all over Heat. We won’t keep you waiting any longer so, join us as we share with you our EATSperience at Mad for Wagyu. 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…

Ruby Jack’s Steakhouse and Bar – City of Dreams

Last week, we had the chance to try out Ruby Jack’s Steakhouse and Bar in the famed hotel and casino complex in Paranaque City, City of Dreams. It was another after work event for us but this time, it was way closer to where we live. We made our way pretty fast with very little traffic jam along the way. Also, we arrived earlier than we expected so we had time taking photos of the place before dinner began. Before we share our full EATSperience, we just want to share a few background information about Ruby Jack’s – Steakhouse and Bar. Ruby Jack’s is a classic, contemporary steakhouse and bar from Tokyo, Japan. The restaurant prides itself for premium ingredients; from dry aged steaks, fresh seafood, to US, Australian and Wagyu steak varieties. Sounds great so far? Let’s get going before we get all starving! Continue reading…