February 22, 2018

Food lovers collide at #SMDCeats - SMDC Food Crawl

Food trips, food crawl is the most enjoyable trip for foodies.

Last week, we, bloggers joined forces doing the SMDC food crawl. We visited four restaurants in SM Development Corporation  (SMDC) residences / environment, located in Makati City.

SM Development Corporation  (SMDC)  provides luxurious urban living through vertical villages perfectly integrated with a commercial retail environment, giving its residents access to a truly cosmopolitan lifestyle. They are sought after condominiums here in the Philippines within prime location, well-maintained swimming pool and facilities.

We food crawler visited SMDC food establishments, tried different dishes, restaurants and comparing dishes with their distinct taste.

 Pad Thai -  Mixed Thai Noodles - Thai Iced Tea

For our first stop,  SEN LEK THAI NOODLE.

Their menu items are mainly rice and noodle dishes. We opted for two noodle dishes: the soup-based Mix Special Thai Noodle and the Pad Thai.

The Mix Special Thai ingredients’ servings were generous and you can add the extra cilantro and green onions made up for the broth’s blandness.

 Pad Thai

 Mixed Thai Noodles

The serving is just perfect and the price is affordable given the dishes’ cheap prices.

Sen Lek Thai Noodle
Tower C, Sea Residences, MOA Complex
Pasay City, Philippines

  Shawarma Plate, Keema, Kabab Platter, Vegetable Platter

Our next stop was at MISTER KABAB.

Shawarma cravings ?

When you’re looking for Mediterranean and Middle Eastern type of cuisine then Mister Kabab is the ideal place for you.

While waiting for the menu, they gave us hummus and pita bread that will make your hunger satisfied a bit.

I enjoyed Keema  - with eggplant is ground meat with smashed grilled eggplant mixed into it with spices.

Mister Kabab offers inexpensive for Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. 

Their platter  is perfect for groups.

Mister Kabab
Shell Residences, EDSA, Pasay, Metro Manila

Third stop is at RYU RAMEN & CURRY.

Japanese food comfort for Filipinos.

Ryu actually means Dragon

RYU RAMEN & CURRY is known for affordable yet huge ramen servings that will surely leave you with a full belly!

Located in SM Jazz, Makati, Ryu Ramen and Curry has been around for quite some time now giving us different flavors of Ramen, Curry and more.

Food crawlers love Noodles, Tantanmen , Ryu Ramen Curry, Negi Miso Ramen , Toridon (Chicken Teriyaki) , Katsu Cheese Curry, Katsudon, Ebi Furai Curry, Tempura, Gyoza Katsu Curry, Beef Tendon Curry, Chicken Curry, Miso Ramen, Japanese Rice, Iced Tea and Complimentary tea!

Instagrammable . . .  


Ryu Ramen & Curry prepares their dishes right after you order it, you can see them preparing your orders at the glass window. All the dishes especially their ramen were serve in big bowls.

All of the staff were accommodating.

Ryu Ramen and Curry looks and feels upscale, modern and inviting.

TRIVIA : Ryu Ramen & Curry is the brainchild of owners and longtime friends Ogie Alcasid, Edwin Dazo, Neil Castillo, VJ Vergel de Dios, and Joseph Juico. This Japanese inspired restaurant opened in 2012 in their first branch in Tomas Morato. It was well received and earning them a loyal following. Their flagship branch is in SM Jazz Mall in Bel Air Makati.

Ryu Ramen & Curry
SM Jazz Mall, Nicanor Garcia Corner Jupiter Street, Bel-Air, Makati City

Last stop is at Darwin Dimsum Hong Kong Special.

Darwin Dimsum offers Chinese food in different shapes and looks that’ll bring out the child in you.

panda and hello kitty !

They have custard buns, hakaws and dumplings with Hello Kitty as the design, Panda vegetable buns and Mickey Mouse-shaped radish cakes.

For the taste, all were okay,  the custard wasn’t as creamy though, but it was good.

Their best sellers are Hello Kitty Custard Bun, Mickey Radish Cake, Panda Vegetable Bun,  Windmill shrimp dumplings, Siao Long Bao, Hello Kitty Hakaw, Mushroom Bun

Darwin Dimsum Hong Kong Special
SM Jazz Mall, Nicanor Garcia Corner Jupiter Street, Bel-Air, Makati City

Thank you so much and hope we will continue our foodie adventure and more food crawls on other SMDC places.

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