Over the years, we’ve seen food districts sprout like mushrooms in different parts of Metro Manila. There’s Kapitolyo, Marikina, and the Greenfield District to name a few. Among all these, nothing can beat the charm of Maginhawa, Quezon City.
Maginhawa Food District continues to attract all types of foodies from across the Metro. Whether you’re looking for a cat café, a unique burger joint, or a resto to geek out all afternoon, you can be sure to find what you’re looking for at Maginhawa.
If you’re planning a Maginhawa food crawl with your friends, here are five restaurants you shouldn’t miss to visit during your trip to this part of Q.C:
Start your Maginhawa food crawl at Caffera and get your mood for taking Instagram-worthy food pics into high gear in this photography-themed café. The place and their offerings are all worthy of a few shots.
You can order a pixel size X-Pro Espresso for less than P60. They have a full menu of everyone’s favorites, including Caramel Frapperture, Sutro Caramel Macchiato, and ISO Amaro-cano.
Looking for a new Japanese resto? Check out Kazoku! Unlike it’s pricey competitors, Kazoku offers a long list of sushi and sashimi options that are very easy on the pocket. For less than P400, the Crazy Roll will make you want to have the entire serving to yourself. Craving for a plate of good ol’ Chicken Terriyaki? You can order one for less than P300.
3. Laruan Atbp
Just the thought of playing all the board games we want is enough to make us want to brave EDSA traffic and visit Maginhawa!
Play Taboo, Forbidden Island, Cards Against Humanity, Exploding Kittens, and more while enjoying your favorite snacks and drinks! Food choices include sandwiches, pasta, fries, and chicken wings.
4. Papa Diddi’s
Papa Diddi’s is heaven to anyone with a sweet tooth. Enjoy all-natural, homemade ice cream any time of the day. Some flavors you should try are Mango Ginger, Davao Meets Bicol, and Roasted Forbidden Rice.
5. Saturdate Grill
End your Maginhawa food crawl at Saturdate Grill- where it feels like a weekend every day! Have a bottle or two of your favorite beer and try their versions of popular Pinoy food like isaw, sisig, chicharon bulaklak, and tokwa’t baboy.
Ready for a food crawl? Call up the squad and prepare for a day of delicious grub and adventure at Maginhawa, Quezon City.