Thefoodiestation was invited last December 20 to take part in the Epicurious 2nd branch opening, and this time its in Eastwood. I was curious too with what I should be expecting with Epicurios.
When I arrived the location, I was greeted with smiling, friendly faces of Epicurios’ staff and I did a little interview for a little background and on what they offer,. Epicurious is a one stop cafe, bakery, deli, food emporium and culinary studio. They offer the finest selection of locally and internationally-sourced artisan products ranging from premium tea leaves, specialty coffee, handmade fresh pasta, cheeses and wine selection.
Epicurious has this “Shop-Cook-Eat” concept wherein visitors can have what they bought cooked and they can also watch how their meals are being prepared by the chef at the culinary studio. They make sure that what they offer is organic, gluten-free, preservative-free, additive-free and of course has flavors that are destructively sophisticated.
“Epicirious lives up to its motto, “Satisfying Foodies”. They’re a new concept in lifestyle gourmet, they take pride with their wide array of locally-sourced products of top quality, discovered in several regions of the Philippines, as well as internationally-sourced, high caliber gourment priducts. Taking into great consideration the growing appetite for healthy and holistic food products, Epicurious assures customers that they get their products only from trusted suppliers.”
A demo cooking by Epicurious chefs and Wine Tasting was part of the program. Visitors enjoyed their buffet style of pasta, sausages, cheese and steak. Desserts were also available, which I totally enjoy.
Epicurios will hold “EPIC CLASSES” in-store on selected Thursdays and Saturdays in January, classes offered includes: Coffee 101, No Bake Dessert for kids, Food Photography, Sushi Rolls Class, Cocktails Class and Pizza Making Class. More class are in store in the coming months, so make sure to watch out for that! Epicurious also offers catering services and entertaining packages to suit the needs of its urbane market.
My curiosity had been fed. I’d definitely recommend this place, it was worth the experience, a one-stop cafe, deli, bakery, food emporium and culinary studio.. They have a large selection of meat, cheeses and sandwiches with the option to take home or consume on site. What else would you ask for?
Address: 3rd floor, Eastwood Mall, Libis, Quezon City
Contact Number: 0995-0464426
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/epicuriousph
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