Review: Game of Thrones-themed cafe and resto called Westeroast

After eight seasons, the well-loved TV series based on George R.R. Martin’s novel series, “A Song of Ice and Fire” finally bids adieu.

For the fans who will miss the series, you can reminisce some episodes and geek out in a Game of Thrones-themed cafe and restaurant in Manila. 


#EndGame foodtrip: Where to get shawarma ala Avengers

Yes, today is the day!

Although we’re still not ready for “Avengers: Endgame,” the day has come and so as tribute to one of our favorite super hero film series, let’s look back on that iconic end credit scene.




Quick grub at Corner Market Cafe’s Inari Pizza Morena, Sari-Salo

Gone are the days when food courts of malls only offer the usual fast food finds.
Among the food halls that changed the food court game is The Corner Market Food Hall at The Podium, which opened in February last year. It is dubbed as the “first indoor farmer’s market” meaning restaurants offer fresh finds. 

As it elevates its take on dining, the food hall also houses healthy options and restaurants offering international cuisine some fresh from the market, some ready-to-eat.

If you are craving for Japanese, Italian and Filipino food, the Corner Market’s Inari, Pizza Morena and Sari-Salo are the right choices for you.


Review: KFC's Double Down 2.0

Ironically, fast food chain KFC relaunched one of its most sinful offerings, the Double Down, just in time when the country is entering the Lenten period.

Yes, we know that we should be fasting but we couldn’t say no to temptations. 

The meaty sandwich, which was released in the country in 2010 for a limited-time release, is popular for its buns that are not bread, but crispy fried chicken fillets. It also has strips of bacon slathered with cheese and mayonnaise.

The Eatventurers ordered the Original Double Down (P155) and tried it again after almost 9 years.


Review: McDonald's Philippines Flavors of Japan


Our feeds turned Japanese on Wednesday after McDonald’s Philippines released its newest offering: “Flavors of Japan.”

More than a month before the appearance of lovely cherry blossoms in the east Asian nation, McDonald’s Philippines went ahead and offered Japanese-themed treats mirroring the much-awaited season. The treats include Strawberry Sakura McFloat, Nori Shake Shake Fries, Ebi Tempura Burger and Teriyaki Samurai Burger.

The hype for these products is really high so The Eatventurers decided to try them out on the first day of their release.

Here are our initial thoughts on McDo’s Flavors of Japan: