Opened in May 2016, Soban K-Town Grill specializes in K-Town cuisine: a unique combination of traditional Korean cooking techniques and recipes with global ingredients and flavors. People who have been to Koreatown in Los Angeles, California will definitely be familiar with some of the dishes, while those who have tasted Korean food will be surprised at what else you can do with their recipes. AS KOREAN AS IT GETS. The 6-Flavor Samgyupsal Set is 540g of pork belly strips good for 3-4 persons and served with unlimited rice, soup and side dishes for Php1,420. One of the best dishes you can get at Soban K-Town Grill is their 6-Flavor Samgyupsal […]
The British have arrived! Or, to be more specific, London’s Number One coffee chain: Costa Coffee. COSTA SIGNATURE. Ladies and gents, meet the coffee blend that’s trumped Starbucks in London… and soon, the world: the Mocha Italia. Shown here is their signature drink, the Flat White (P150). Costa Coffee was brought into existence on a gray London day in 1971 by Italian brothers Sergio and Bruno Costa. They’ve been the UK’s number one coffee chain for the past three years, beating out Starbucks, Caffè Nero, and Prêt à Manger. Critics in the country have said that their coffee is better (and more affordable) than Starbucks, though there are a few […]
The Beef Barn at Eastwood Citywalk 2 offers delicious, melts-in-your-mouth Angus Beef from US and thick cut bacon at an affordable price. The Beef Barn started as a stall in Mercato in 2013 where they gained most of their loyal consumers. Because of its popularity, they were able to put up their first branch in Eastwood on Dec 30, 2015. By investing hours of hard work and experimentation, co-owner and head Chef Ivory Yat found the right formula for her famous meats that clicks. Chef Yat was determined to share this to the people to provide them another perspective about beef— that it’s fine to be an everyday food. BEST-SELLER. […]
Chelsea Kitchen is another Raintree Group offering that is the more casual version of its Chelsea Grand Café. The concept for it, according to the company’s Corporate Chef Kalel Chan, is like ‘extension of the kitchen’ – open, casual, engaging. Its flagship branch occupies an inviting space at the ground floor near the main entrance of SM Megamall Fashion Hall in Mandaluyong City while its 2nd branch is located in Eastwood Mall Libis, Quezon City. Chelsea Kitchen has a funky and friendly vibe with its no-walls design, stylishly put together modern pieces, and breezy set-up. There’s an open kitchen where diners can have a snap of the dishes to be […]
Potts Point Café is an Australian-themed restaurant that serves healthy dishes with ingredients sourced from 100% organic produce from its local partner communities. The café’s name is inspired by Potts Point, an affluent suburb in Sydney considered as the region’s center of history, culture and sophisticated living. Potts Point Cafe is located at SM Mall of Asia in Pasay City. The restaurant is managed by the same company behind the successful The Old Spaghetti House and Grilla chain of restaurants. Its main branch is located in Eastwood Mall in Libis, Quezon City. The restaurant exudes a casual and relaxing atmosphere with its modern industrial interiors and lighting. This neat and […]
The Recession Coffee is booming with its pay-what-you-can concept. Eastwood, Libis – Its name ‘Recession’ which means ‘downturn’ may sound negative and discouraging but the irony is, this first ever pay-what-you-can concept cafe in the Philippines fuses tongue-in-cheek humor with loads of empathy, generosity, and rich love for coffee! It believes that great coffee should be enjoyed by everyone, regardless of their level of purchasing power. A concept that has made many people smile as they sip their specialty coffee in delight without feeling guilty or worried about the price. Store-ception and Design The Recession Coffee shares space with the funky gadget accessories shop Digital Walker which makes for a […]
Screaming for ice cream today? Treat your sweet tooth at Milkcow—an ice cream parlor nestled at the ground floor of Eastwood Mall. But wait, there’s more. It’s not just your everyday ice cream; Milkcow serves premium organic soft serve ice cream! A quick background, Milkcow originated from Korea where it found enormous success resulting to further expansions to countries such as Malaysia, Japan, China, US, Singapore and eventually to the Philippines. Milkcow Philippines President, Seann Tan, tells that he discovered Milkcow during his stay in Seoul, and he knew from there on that he had to bring Milkcow to the Philipines. Milky Cube “M3” (P170) For first-time visitors who have […]
An Italian restaurant located at the heart of Eastwood Galileo is really popular among locals. If you see the restaurant crowded, expect that there are a lot of wine orders placed. The wine offered is not limited to Italian. Each is carefully selected. Their Pinot noir is the most popular. It costs P1,245 per bottle. The wine selection is made to match the dishes offered. The ingredients for their food menu like olive oil, spices, ham and cheese are imported from Italy. The salami and ham with cheese tastes moderately salty and is best matched with wine because it’s not too dry. Another popular dish is the risotto con porcini (photo […]
Located at the 33rd floor of MDC 100 building, 100 Revolving Restaurant is one of the main attractions in Eastwood as it is the only rotary restaurant in the Philippines. It has been tagged as one of the most ideal and romantic places to propose. We had the pleasure of chatting with the executive chef and one of the people behind this one-of-a-kind restaurant, Chef Jessie, who was also the chef that helped establish the famous Le Soufflé restaurant in Greenbelt back then. She shared with us that the carpeted floor by the window does a 1 round for approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes. In that short span of […]
Gastropubs are becoming popular in Manila. Publiko Eat + Drink offers classic food like nachos, spare ribs, pizza, burgers, fish, chips and a wide range of desserts. All these perfectly match the imported draft beers available like Hoegaarden, Stella Artois, Beck’s, Paulaner, and many more! Their best-seller is the BBQ Ribs served with french fries, coleslaw in a bone-in pork filled with chili sauce. A must-try dessert is the addicting Publiko Smores Cake. Even if you are not a drinker, you can still enjoy this place by eating their desserts! The atmosphere is American. There is a DJ booth at the 2/F.
Marks & Spencer, a well-known brand in the world of fashion, tries out the field of food and pastries. M&S opens up their only bakery shop in Eastwood calling it the Marks & Spencer Bakery. They offer freshly baked goods just as high-quality as their products. All ingredients are imported and exclusive. After all that shopping, who wouldn’t want to take a break and try their brown roll (P40), bagel (P35), or French apple tart (P125)? There are a lot more surprises and yummy treats waiting for you!
In the Philippines, committing yourself to have a healthy lifestyle is a bit of a challenge because you are surrounded by a lot of delicious and tempting food. However, there is a new, and the only, organic juice bar in the metro called DETOXIFY BAR that offers a menu that is not only appetizing but also good for your body.