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BLUE POST BOILING Crabs & Shrimps with the Boys (A Review)

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It’s hard to please our boys these days. While they’re each growing up with different eating preferences, all of them demand yummy, satisfying food. 

For Sunday lunch, we decided to eat at Davao’s famous Blue Post Boiling Crabs & Shrimps, to satisfy our craving for seafood (especially after our recent trip to Ireland) and our Gen Z kids’ need for interactive and delicious food. 

We even had a discussion on sustainability, to teach our kids to only support establishments that are sustainable. 

Here’s what we think about Blue Post Boiling Crab & Shrimps… 

 

BLUE POST BOILING CRAB & SHRIMPS (Greenhills)
O Square Building, Greenhills Shopping Center, San Juan City
Email: bluepost.boilingcrabs@gmail.com
Facebook: Blue Posts Boiling Crabs and Shrimps
Telephone: +632 224 6349

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#Philippines, #Restaurants, Boracay

SUNNY SIDE CAFÉ BORACAY: Best All-Day Breakfast on the Island?!

Sunny Side Café is located along the white beach of Station 3 Boracay. Famous for their all-day breakfast menu, they specialize in comfort food and contemporary breakfast dishes that are never boring!

We love their concept of twisting classic breakfast favorites such as their Ube & Cereal Milk Pancakes, Bacon and Mango Grilled Cheese, and Sunny Side Café Champorado (made with Malagos Chocolate and topped with caramel ice cream, mango, and candied bacon).

They are the only restaurant on the island serving specialty coffee. The dishes are all made from scratch–from their bacon, chorizo, and soups, to their bread and pastries that are freshly-baked in-house, every day!

Here’s what to expect at Sunny Side Café…

 

SUNNY SIDE CAFÉ
Station 3 Beachfront, Boracay Sands Hotel
Mobile: +63 36 2882-874
Facebook:  thesunnysideboracay
Website: www.thesunnysideboracay.com

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FIGARO: Reinventing the Coffee Shop to a Filipino Café Concept?

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Figaro Coffee is a proudly Filipino coffee chain and is one of the most successful to grow on a global scale. Their vision has always been to support our farmers and promote high-quality, local coffee beans.  

The coffee shop has been around since 1993 and is the brainchild of a group of coffee enthusiasts who dreamt of a café where they could entertain people while enjoying a great cup of coffee and delicious pastries. Its name comes from the male lead in the opera "The Barber of Seville" and encompasses the whole Italian and European concept they were going for. 

Recently, Figaro decided to launch its new menu and Figaro Café store to cater to the evolving market while still staying passionately committed to boosting the local coffee industry. 

Here's what to expect from the new and improved Figaro Coffee… 

 

FIGARO COFFEE
Ground Floor, 102-B Liberty Center Building, H. V. Dela Costa Street, Salcedo Village, Makati City
Operating Hours:
Monday – Sunday,  7:00 AM to 11: 00 PM
Telephone: +632 637-5969
Email:  figarocoffeecompany@gmail.com
Instagram: @figarocoffee
Facebook: Figaro Coffee Company
Website: http://figarocoffee.com/

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#Philippines, #Restaurants, Iloilo

BREAKTHROUGH vs TATOY’S: Who is the Undisputed King of Seafood in Iloilo?

A trip to Iloilo wouldn’t be complete without sampling fresh seafood, creamy oysters, native lechon manok, pancit molo, and of course, the famed cholesterol-laden batchoy!

During our visit, we stopped by Breakthrough Restaurant and Tatoy’s Manokan & Seafoods–the kings of fresh seafood famous for their Ilonggo-style cooking!

Here’s what to expect at my two favorite seafood restaurants in Iloilo…

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SAGANA Epicerie & Bistro: Sustainable French Food by Chef Marc Aubry in Manila (REVIEW)

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Sagana Epicerie and Bistro is the latest Farm-to-Family French restaurant concept by Chef Marc Aubry. Located in the same spot as his old bistro, Champetre, Chef Marc still offers French food but now highlights farm-fresh, organic, and locally-sourced ingredients.

Make no mistake though, despite its Filipino-sounding name, Sagana is a full-fledged French restaurant. It doesn’t try to make anything Filipino.

“Sagana” refers to abundance and is a fitting tribute to the rich produce and diverse ingredients of the Philippines. 

Here’s what we loved about Sagana…

 

SAGANA EPICERIE & BISTRO
G/F Net One Center, 3rd Avenue corner 26th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
Open Daily - Mondays to Saturdays, 10:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Telephone: (02) 815 8801/09064439308
Email: hello@sagana.ph
Facebook: Sagana Epicerie and Bistro
Instagram: @saganabgc

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RUBY JACK’S MANILA: Tokyo’s Popular Steakhouse Elevates Its Menu! @CityofDreamsPH

Read First: RUBY JACK’S: Awesome Steakhouse in Tokyo, now in Manila! @CityofDreamsPH (Video)

RUBY JACK’S is a popular steakhouse in Tokyo famous for their dry-aged meat and premium grilled steaks.

Founded by Chef Matthew Crabbe, Edward Baffoe, and Nathan Smith, the seasonal restaurant constantly innovates their menu using only the best natural ingredients from both Japan and Italy.

 

Ruby Jack's Manila New Menu

The recently launched upgraded menu features not just high-grade steaks but also excellent seafood dishes and desserts! Here’s what to expect from Ruby Jack’s new menu in Manila…

 

RUBY JACK’S STEAKHOUSE & BAR MANILA
Upper Ground, City of Dreams Aseana cor. Roxas Boulevard, Parañaque
Operating Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 10:00 am – 12:00 am
Fri and Sat: 10:00 am – 2:00 am
Sunday: 10:00 am – 12:00 am
Telephone: +632 801-8888, +632 886-9646
Email: contact_cod@rubyjacks.ph
Websitehttp://rubyjacks.ph
FacebookRuby Jack’s Steakhouse & Bar Manila

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JING TING: Craving for Northern Chinese Noodles & Dumplings in Manila? @CityofDreamsPH

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JING TING is a 92-seater Northern Chinese Cuisine casual restaurant by the City of Dreams group, located at the upper ground level of the COD retail area.

Its name means “a little house” or “resting place” and is inspired by Northern Chinese “Hutongs.” A Hutong is a gathering place in an alley lined with gray-tiled houses and buildings in a traditional residential city in China like Beijing. 

It’s a cool new place to eat in City of Dreams, especially when you’re craving for Northen-style dimsum and hand-pulled noodles, Beijing Style. 

Here’s what to expect and what to order in Jing Ting…

 

JING TING 
Upper Ground Floor, City of Dreams, Aseana Boulevard corner Macapagal Avenue, Paranaque City
Operating Hours: Open Daily 10:00 AM – 4:00 AM
Websitehttps://www.cityofdreamsmanila.com/restaurants/jing-ting

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#Restaurants, Food

OGETSU HIME: Elevating the Authentic Japanese Experience @SMMegaMall

by Monique Tendencia

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Ogetsu Hime aims to offer only the best authentic Japanese dishes in the Metro. They import the freshest catch regularly from Tsukiji Market, and the world’s rarest Matsusaka beef is given the treatment and attention it deserves.

For the longest time, Ogetsu Hime has had its lone branch in SM Aura. Now, they have finally opened their doors in SM Megamall to serve the Ortigas crowd.

Here’s what to expect and what we think about Ogetsu Hime…

OGETSU HIME
3F, Mega Fashion Hall
Telephone: +632 470-8241, 637-7510 
Mobile: +63 917 576 2377 
Instagram: @ogetsuhime
Facebook: OgetsuHime
Operating Hours:
Mon – Fri Lunch is 11 am- 3pm
Mon-Fri Dinner is 5 pm – 9:45 pm
Sat & Sun - 11 am up to 9:45 pm

Related Blog Post: OGETSU HIME: "Goddess of Food": Japanese A la Carte Dining by the Villavicencio's 

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Spend Your Weekends with Citi this Christmas Season!

Dine on Weekends, Swipe your Citi Card, and win back your dining bill!

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Citi has a cool dining promotion every Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays where you can get a chance to win back your total dining bill or a max of P5,000 after you swipe your card

Here’s why you should use your Citi credit card when you dine every weekend this Christmas season…

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Eat Sustainable Local Food for Our Sustainable Future! @WWF_Philippines

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Sustainable Food is all about knowing if you are eating locally sourced food produced by eco-friendly methods and ingredients with the profits going back to support the local community. 

What this means is importing ingredients is out, but eating local ingredient is in; eating at foreign franchises is out, and eating at a socially responsible local restaurant is in.

World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines, with the mission of “Transforming Lives, organized a benefit dinner to educate Filipinos on the importance of sustainable consumption and supporting our local farmers and fishermen by eating local. 

Here’s a photo essay of the Sustainable Food, Sustainable Future benefit dinner…

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