John and I have enjoyed many a meal at Earth Kitchen’s first branch along Katipunan Avenue, and we were happy to hear that they’ve opened a second restaurant on Bonifacio High Street.
Earth Kitchen is a partnership project between the Got Heart Foundation and Hizon’s Catering. A farm-to-table restaurant, Earth Kitchen’s dishes were crafted to showcase the natural and organic produce of the Got Heart Farms and other partner farms in Tarlac, which support the livelihood of marginalized communities.
Pinky Parra, who handles Marketing and Communications for Earth Kitchen and the Got Heart Foundation, welcomed us to the restaurant. The BGC menu is exactly the same as the one in White Plains, and we ordered almost all our old favorites.
There are a lot of vegetarian options on the menu (marked with a “V,” as well as dishes that can be made vegetarian upon request, marked with “VR”).
I love the salads at Earth Kitchen! We always order at least two salads whenever we have lunch or dinner there. This is the gorgeous Watermelon and Rocket Salad, with organic greens and arugula, edible flowers, pili nuts, and homemade kesong puti. So good!
Jacob also loves Earth Kitchen’s chicken kebabs and roast chicken, but they were out of chicken during our family lunch, so John, Jacob, and Naomi’s yaya had beef kebabs instead. (I’m pesco-vegetarian, but the rest of my family still eats meat.)
Thanks so much for lunch, Earth Kitchen!
Here’s the rest of the menu:
Have you tried eating at Earth Kitchen, either in White Plains or at the Fort? Which dishes would you recommend?
EARTH KITCHEN, Upper G/F C2 Building, Bonifacio High Street Central, Taguig