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What To Eat At Maginhawa Streat
Posted by: jovy avisado ( Member ) on 2016-02-15
We Filipinos love to eat. In fact, almost every place in The Philippines has its own specialty cuisines. Ilocos prides itself with their Pinakbet, Laguna makes the best buko pie, and Cebu is globally known for its famous lechon. These delectable meals are passed on from generation to generation and they greatly reflect our country’s rich tradition and passion for culinary arts. Today, young Filipinos have been experimenting and creating something unique when it comes to food. Hence, Maginhawa strEAT is created. So if you want to have a great food experience, simply head to Maginhawa and have a taste of these bestsellers.

The Lost Bread

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The Lost Bread’s milkshakes definitely bring boys (and girls) in the yard. Their milkshakes with cotton candies and roasted marshmallows are to die for. If you want to get tipsy in a sweet way, you may order 18+ shakes. And do not forget to take instagrammable pictures of these awesome shakes!

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Mexikombi

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If you can’t get enough of Mexican cuisine, then Mexikombi is perfect for you. Just find the awesome red Volkswagen van and have a Mexican adventure. You can choose from Burritos, Tacos, Quesadillas, and Horchatas. Do not forget to freshen it up with their cool drinks!

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The Soul Food Truck

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The Soul Food Truck offers comfort food in a Southern style. They offer the best corn dogs, deep fried oreos and country steak in town. Their deep fried cheese is definitely a must try. Their southern thirst quenchers such as Southern Citrus Iced Tea and Grape Juice Soda are loved by customers that they could not help but want more! A funky dining awaits you at Soul Food Truck!

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Grape Escape

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Oenophiles gather in this little corner called Grape Escape in Maginhawa Street. Their wide selection of wines, pastas, and pizzas will give you an excellent Spanish-Italian bistro dining experience. Grape Escape is one of Maginhawa’s best so expect to see lots of people eating at the place. Just make sure to get there early so you can secure a spot for you and your companions. Now, head to Grape Escape and have WINEderful dining experience! 

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Endless Summer Cafe

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At this part of Maginhawa Street, summer never ends. Endless Summer Cafe offers delectable rice meals and fresh fruit smoothies. They also serve classic Pinoy favorites such as Tapsilog, Hotsilog, Spamsilog, and Sisig. So if you are having some summer fever, freshen it up at Endless Summer Cafe.

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Magpie Cafe

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Magpie Cafe is everyone’s favorite Korean dessert shop in Maginhawa Streat Food Park. Their Affogato Cheesecake Snow Milk Bingsoo is so good that it is featured on When In Manila’s new and unique desserts in Metro Manila. If you are still not convinced about how good their desserts are, do visit their website and let the pictures speak for themselves. 

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As a food lover, all you dream about is find a place where you can taste a wide variety of food. Fortunately, Maginhawa StrEAT Food Park has made it possible for us. You do not have to book a flight to Korea or Italy so you could have a taste of their food because you can simply get it at a reasonable price at Maginhawa StrEAT food park. Milkshakes, bingsoos, pastas and so much more await you at Maginhawa!


 
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