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What to expect at Fest of the Best 2018

Makati Street Meet is kicking it up a notch with Fest of the Best 2018!

Review: Faru's Sea-Charon

Why do Filipinos love chicharon or crispy pork rinds?

For one, chicharon is crispy, delicious and addicting but just like your regular junk food, it is also  fatty, salty and may be bad for your heart.

Fortunately, recent innovations in the food industry provide us with healthy options for chicharon.

Among those healthier alternatives to chicharon is crispy seaweed crackers.

One local store that offers this healthy treat is Faru’s Sea-Charon.

Review: Salt Kitchen's Burong Mangga

If you are craving for fresh green mangoes, getting one is now more accessible. 
Luckily, Salt’s Kitchen now offers burong mangga or pickled green mangoes which can be delivered straight to your doorstep. 

Feature: Chef Jasper Versoza and his tasteful pursuit of culinary excellence

Born for the kitchen
Growing up in a family with a strong passion for food and a catering business, it was easy for Chef Jasper Versoza to figure out his dream. 

Review: Philippines' first electronic darts bar, i Darts DASH in BGC

The popular electronic darts bar has finally reached the Philippine shore. 
i Darts DASH is the newest hangout spot in the Bonifacio Global City where one can bond with friends over drinks and food and play darts. 

Independence Day eats: LJC Restaurant Group food crawl

For this year’s Independence Day, the Eatventurers would like you to look back to one of the underrated historic places in Manila — Remedios, Malate.
Remedios Circle was ruined during the World War II and was also a former cemetery. It was rebuilt into a park and has since become the heart of Manila’s night life. 
Surrounding Remedios Circle’s water fountain are three restaurants owned by LJC Restaurant Group — Bistro Remedios, Cafe Adriatico and Polka Dot Bakeshop.

Review: Cheesecake Stix’s flavored cheesecake on sticks that will make you drool

Imagine your favorite sweets, say s’mores, on a cheesecake and carry it all on a stick? Cheesecake Stix elevates your usual cheesecake into a treat that tastes as good as it looks.

This food trend others call “cheesecake pops” has become a craze in various places such as Melbourne and New York. It has landed in the Philippines in March and now Cheesecake Stix offer it in different flavors in its pop-up stores. 

Cebu Eats: 4 restaurants to visit for your feed goals

Cebu is known for its historic landmarks and pristine islands, recently, however, it took its tourism a notch higher by combining food establishments and tourism.

Tourists still fly to Cebu for its lechon but they also now visit their food establishments that also serve as tourist destinations.

Last January, the Eatventurers visited the "Queen City of the South" and discovered some of these food tourist destinations.

We listed down four places that one should consider visiting when in Cebu.

What's inside The Corner Market Food Hall?

Not many of you know that The Podium mall recently renovated and opened several shops and food establishments.

Among the new establishments to look forward to in the new Podium is the Corner Market Food Hall.

The Corner Market is not your usual food court as it is the first indoor farmer's market that also cater to your gastronomic eatventures.

Battle of the Supreme: Team Pineapple vs. Team Anti-Pineapple

“Pineapples on a pizza?” is one of the age-old most controversial food-related argument. It also becomes a subject for an internet debate, as vocal critics and supporters made memes and various posts which have taken both sides.

Review: One of Binondo’s prized gems, Sincerity Café and Restaurant

When visiting the Binondo area or the nearby Divisoria, eating at the decades-old Sincerity Restaurant and Café is a must. Established in 1956 by the Uy family, it is one of the oldest food establishments catering the Chinese-Filipino community.

Review: Don Henrico's still wows with pizza, pasta, and more

For no-fail Italian fancy-casual dining, Don Henrico's is easily on top of our list.
After almost two decades in the industry, Don Henrico's continues to wow with their Italian and American food choices: pizza, pasta, and more.
The Eatventurers recently revisited their Glorietta branch during a bloggers’ social gathering and here is our review:

Review: UST's 'prettiest restaurant' Wild Kinjo

The University of Santo Tomas area is known for the food establishments that surround it but most of them offer almost the same variety of food.

If you’re looking for something new to the palate and the eyes, try Wild Kinjo located at P. Noval Street, corner Delos Reyes Street, Sampaloc, Manila, just above Tap N Chop.

14th Philippine Food Expo to feature emerging trends in food trade

The “Only All-Filipino Food Show” in the country, Philippine Food Expo, is set to address the challenges of keeping up with the changes in consumption and demand as incomes rise with population growth and greater economic prosperity remain. 

Binondo eats P1000 challenge: 8 stops for one day

It is officially the Year of the Dog so The Eatventurers decided that our first budgeted food tour post would feature establishments in no less than Manila Chinatown in Binondo.

Valentine's Day eats: Hugot Cafe

"Hugot" may be so  2016 but this coming Valentine's Day, it is good to revisit the trend that tug at some heartstrings a couple of years ago.

Feature: How Josiah’s Catering keep employees for more than a decade

Dedicating 27 years of bespoke catering innovation to happy employees

In 2003, Jerome joined Josiah's Catering as a waiter. He can still recall how they would set up monoblock chairs in parties and cover tables with half-drop tablecloths. 
The company was young back then. Now that Josiah's Catering has marked 27 years of bespoke catering innovation, Jerome's career has also flourished together with the company's success. He is now a banquet supervisor.