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Yummy + Healthy Organic Treats At Earth Kitchen {BGC}

I was in BGC on Chinese New Year to attend Mommy Mundo’s Mindful Mom Re-Treat. The workshop was held at Earth Kitchen. It is a lovely cozy place for lunch dates or afternoon coffee with family and friends. It sure was a wise decision to spend my Saturday morning with them as I absolutely enjoyed it and learned a lot from it. I will share more about the re-treat on my mum blog.

Apart from the workshop, I also enjoyed the organic treats Earth Kitchen served us that day. It was a light yet fulling meal, full of organic and natural goodness. I enjoyed the Fish and Roasted Sesame {Php240}, which looks like a deconstructed soft taco dish. It has loro fish, salad greens, cucumber, seaweed and topped with roasted sesame dressing. Because I am a pasta lover, I guess it is a given that I will enjoy their Ragu alla Bolognese {Php280}. It is made of handmade fettuccine, organic beef, organic tomato sauce, and a delicious mix of herbs including tarragon, parsley, and basil. It was also a delight to find out that they made everything from scratch, including the tacos and their assortment of pastas. They also source most of their ingredients from organic local farmers, so eating in this place will not only be a delight for your tummy but for your conscience, too! ^_^

My Earth Kitchen experience was absolutely amazing that I am now craving for their hearty meals while reading all about this MF crotales for sale. I sure hope I can go back there with my boys one of these days. If you are a fan of delicious food, as well as organic and healthy treats, make sure you give Earth Kitchen a try.

Earth Kitchen
U205, Bonifacio Highstreet,
7th Avenue Bonifacio Global City, Taguig,
{02} 961.0572
Facebook: facebook.com/TheEarthKitchen

Dining At Little Chalet

Malolos food crawl, foodie adventures, dining out, restaurants

this is the only photo of the food we managed to snap that day.

This new resto at Robinsons Place Malolos captivated the little one’s attention the very first time we passed by it. I think he got excited with the unique and colorful set up of the place and associated it with those fun and enjoyable play places for kids that he love to frequent.

The place sure does have a very fresh and interesting set up, as instead of just tables and chairs that we normally find in regular restaurants, Little Chalet has little rooms where diners can eat with their family and friends in privacy. Each room also come in beautiful colors that are such an eye candy to little kids.

We went there afternoon of New Year’s day and even when there are a lot of customers around that time, I am relieved we only got to wait for a couple of minutes to be seated. We were motioned to occupy the lovely yellow room downstairs {yes, there are more rooms in the mezzanine}.  Continue reading