Maginhawa Food Trip!

Hello Awesome Readers!~

Let's take a quick break on beauty posts since it's weekend and let's take a trip to Maginhawa Street in Quezon City. Maginhawa Street in Quezon City is a well-known place in the metro where restaurants of different kinds are popping all over the place. It's getting so popular that it has been featured a lot of times in different shows both on TV and print. And as someone as curious as me, I better check this out and see what the buzz is all about.

Just recently, I found the best company (MA2GS a.ka. my college best friends) to stroll around Maginhawa Street and do food hunting so we took off and started our adventure. Maginhawa is such a big place to go restaurant hopping so better do research as to not to waste time.

First stop, restaurant for our hungry tummy for Lunch, Gerry's Jeepney. Gerry's Jeepney is the place to be! Gerry's Jeepney has a really unique dining experience for they have customized jeepneys for guests to use. You can eat and dine inside the jeepneys and feel amazed by their creative jeepney decorations and designs! Since jeepneys have been the most common mode of transportation in the Philippines, this approach made it a lot comfortable for guests to walk in and eat the best of Filipino cuisine. Not only that, their decorations all over the restaurant are 100% Pinoy with Jeepney tires as their sink, Sari-sari store as their cashier and tindahan for other delicacies, Boodle fight as their eating system and an old cup for billing and receipt. Gerry's Jeepney will make you feel at home and proud to be a Filipino. I highly suggest you bring your friends and family here when you have time.

Food prices are reasonable too. We only paid for 700php+ for a meal good for 4 people. Super sulit and delicious!

Now for the dessert. We went to Crepeman. Crepeman houses desserts and treats great for your sweet-tooth. They serve a lot of different desserts for a reasonable price. Their crepes are crunchy compared to traditional crepes I have tasted before. Something I wasn't a fan of but it's a different experience anyway. Their crepes are big and are served in a really durable pastry paper that won't leak. Yey for that because I am a messy crepe-eater! ^^

I picked Yummy Nabana for only 90php and additional 30php for the ice cream. Not bad!
The place is quite small and only a few number of people can be accommodated creating an atmosphere of exclusivity but the downside would be the waiting game. You really have to wait for some customers to go since chairs and tables are limited.

Overall, my Maginhawa food trip with my best friends was a success! It was such a nice experience and we would definitely go back to check out some more restaurants waiting to be discovered.

Have you ever tried Maginhawa food trip? What is your favorite restaurant?

Let me know in the comment section below!

Till next post!


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