Earth Kitchen


I’ve been hearing so many great things about EARTH KITCHEN for months now but because they were located so far away from the bundooooks where I live, I never got the chance to sample their food. Thankfully, they opened another branch in Bonifacio High Street—which on a good day (meaning no traffic!) is just about 40 minutes away from our place. Yesterday, we tried it for the very first time with our high school friends (and now fellow parents!) and we were all very impressed by the food and service.

If you wish to support local natural farmers and indigenous communities then you may want to book a table at Earth Kitchen asap. It’s really a win-win when you dine here. A WIN for the communities supported by these livelihood projects and a WIN for your TUMMY, because the food here is actually GOOD 🙂 Visit for more details on their menu, locations, and advocacies.

Earth Kitchen is a restaurant dedicated to promote the products of local farmers and indigenous peoples. We want to help our communities become sustainable by using their produce as the focal point of our menu. Products like cashew nuts from Palawan, Pili nuts from Naga, wild honey foraged by Mangyans and Tagbanuas, and organic greens grown in Tarlac and Bukidnon.  

Earth Kitchen is a partnership project of Got Heart Foundation and Hizon’s Catering. Because of your support, the Got Heart Shops and Earth Kitchen now have more than 100 community partners. By increasing demand for organic and natural produce, we hope to sustain the livelihood of marginalized communities and encourage more farmers to produce good, clean, healthy food – without the use of genetically-modified organisms (GMO’s), chemicals, synthetic fertilizers and harmful inputs like petroleum-based urea, herbicides and pesticides.

Almost everything we serve is made from scratch. We make the pasta, ice cream, tortilla, risotto, and soups in our kitchen. By doing so, we get to serve you the freshest ingredients and also source more natural ingredients locally. 

Here are some photos from our food trip yesterday—It was our first time to take our 7 week old baby to a public place so it was a bit of a milestone for us! Hahaha 🙂 So far his “baby gimmicks” have been at our house, the park across our house, his grandparents’ house, and S&R (once, hehehe!). Little by little, we’re adding more places to his list of hang out spots. Pero dahan-dahan lang muna hijo, we don’t want you to be a super lakwatsero baby just yet! Hahaha!

All their dishes are wholesome, creative and healthy. But my favorites from the menu would have to be the Watermelon Rocket Salad, Beef Bulgogi Tacos, Beef Kebabs, Pumpkin and Goat’s Cheese Pachierri, 4 Mushrooms and Egg Pasta, and their ice cream—both the Tablea and Goat’s Cheese are so yummy! 🙂 We really enjoyed dining here and I can see myself coming back again and again! Thanks again to Pinky for arranging this barkada dinner for us–at 5:30PM hahahaha! We’re cool like that! 🙂

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5 Responses to Earth Kitchen

  1. You still look very pretty. Motherhood makes you glow. And your little boy Theo is so adorable. I want to pinch those chubby cheeks hehe.

  2. You make motherhood look so good! Btw, I’ve been looking for a camo jacket/shirt, do you mind sharing where you got yours? 😀 Thank You!

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