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Foreign Delights

Dare not miss out on these exotic culinary experiences! Fine-tune that foodie palate with all the fantastic foreign and fusion selections at Eastwood Mall.

Foreign Delights: Mr. Kurosawa


Treats For Two

Pining for a twist to the traditional Japanese cuisine? Mr. Kurosawa takes usual Japanese dining to a different dimension.

Take your man on a date to remember. At Mr. Kurosawa, traditional Japanese flavors are incorporated into European recipes. Mr. Kurosawa is one of a kind — make sure your man steps up his game and deserves this terrific treat.


Gyoza Fondue (Php 278)

These tender, bite-sized, and deep-fried wagyu gyoza balls dipped in creamy soy and citrus sauce are too good to resist.

Seafood Conspiracy (Php 299)

A well-plotted salad topped with different kinds of seafood, then paired with a zesty vinaigrette dressing. Take a huge, healthy bite and surrender to this savory seafood sensation.

Spicy Tuna Ledger (Php 268)

Trade the traditional maki for this one-of-a-kind sushi, filled with spicy tuna and garnished with fried lotus root. It’s aesthetically pleasing and divinely flavorful.


Mr. Kurosawa is located at the G/F Eastwood Mall, Eastwood City, Libis, Quezon City. You can contact them at (02) 901.08.25.

Foreign Delights: The Flying Pig


Group Grub

Refine those raw taste buds with a French take on American specialties. Treat yourself and those close to you to some swine dining at The Flying Pig.

Sure, pork is a Pinoy staple and you’ve had it all your life, but they do it differently at The Flying Pig. The fusion of French and American cuisine brings new generation of pork dishes to your dining adventure. Bright colors and cartoon illustrations of flying pigs make the place family-friendly, while the selection of liquors in the bar deem it ideal for a barkada get-together.


Back Ribs Dreams (half slab Php 398, full slab Php 714)

Pamper your taste buds with this sweet and smoky sensation. Served with your choice of basting, these back ribs are religiously smoked for four long hours to ensure maximum texture and flavor satisfaction.

Frying Cuchi Frito (quarter Php 751, half Php 1,362)

This foreign version of Filipino favorites crispy pata and lechon is sure to win everyone’s hearts. The roasted and deep fried suckling pig served with balsamic liver sauce guarantees a festive eating experience.

Flying Meat Loaf (Php 322)

This not-so-traditional meatloaf is wrapped in bacon, pepped up with house gravy, and served with mashed potatoes and vegetables. The result is so good!


The Flying Pig is located at the G/F Eastwood Mall Veranda, Eastwood City, Libis, Quezon City. You can contact them at (02) 900.08.86.

Foreign Delights: My Thai Kitchen


Breaktime Bonding

Stay in familiar territory with ingredients that are close to home. My Thai Kitchen acquaints you with the other side of Southeast Asian cuisine.

You’ll know hito when you see it, patis when you taste it, and bagoong when you smell it, but prepare to be thrown off-course by Thai cooking styles at My Thai Kitchen. The simple yet funky interiors lend a laidback vibe to this fab find that is meant to be shared with your favorite officemates.


Yam Pla Duck Fuu — Spicy Deep Fried Catfish & Green Mango Salad (Php 235)

Deep-fried catfish ground to a crispy, yummy pulp, slivers of green mango, and the Thai’s sweet-and-salty patis make for one smashing combo. Pile all these together on your spoon for that mouth-watering bite.

Khau Klurk Gapi — Bagoong Rice With Sweet Pork & Green Mangoes (Php 230)

A plate of rice rarely stands on its own, but this one does. With bagoong mixed in it and sides of sweet pork, green mango, and vegetables, you won’t need to order extra ulam.

Cha Yen — Thai Iced Milk Tea (Php 95)

Feeling a tad overwhelmed by all that spice in Thai cuisine? Be sure to have this refreshingly sweet, milky drink. Not only does it substitute for dessert, it can also soothe a burned tongue.


My Thai Kitchen is located at the G/F Eastwood Mall, Eastwood City, Libis, Quezon City. You can contact them at (02) 709.21.27.

The Blue Ink

Dhadha Garcia is a lifestyle blogger from Bacolod, PH. She is a mompreneur, a full-time blogger, and a content creator. She started blogging in 2007 and became one of the pioneers of the Negrense Blogging Society, Inc. (NBSI) in 2009, where she has received several awards and nominations for her blogs. She also writes at www.twenteenmom.com and www.classysweets.com.

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