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Re: Maginhawa Street and restos nearby
« Reply #40 on: March 23, 2012, 11:37:30 PM »
I live near these restaurants :) Madalas ako sa Friuli Trattoria since they're open until 1:30am, favorite ko Toasted Ravioli and Margherita Pizza. I also like their Tre Formaggi Pizza but if you don't like Bleu Cheese, then this is not for you because it's the dominating flavor. Madami kasi natatapangan sa lasa ng bleu cheese. :) Okay lang yung pasta dishes nila.

Other restaurants along Maginhawa:
Tomato Kick
Crazy Katsu
Gayuma ni Maria (makes the famous BTS cake)
Sancho (Paella, Beef Salpicao, Churros)
Delish Restaurant (Baked Oysters, Bagnet, Binagoongan)
The Burger Project (make your own customized burger or choose a designer burger)

Pino is now in Malingap Street, Chef Tatung is at Matipid Street in Sikatuna Village.

Is Kiss The Cook still open? I think closed na sya.

*Madami din food places in Matalino Street. :)
« Last Edit: March 23, 2012, 11:39:57 PM by leihin »


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Maginhawa St. Food Trip
« Reply #41 on: November 30, 2012, 02:21:48 PM »
What are your favorite restos along/near Maginhawa St., QC?

I've tried:

- Pino Bar - kare-kareng bagnet!!! :)
- Gayuma ni Maria - ok dito mag-date :) sarap nung Nilasing ni Eba si Adan (pork in beer and apple sauce)
- Roasterrific - panalo ang herbalicious lechon at pulled pork burger
- Champs burgers
- Crazy katsu
- Iscreamist - super cool s'mores dipped in liquid nitrogen
- Box o'rice

Ang dami pa. Gusto ko ma-try lahat. :) Kahit sa south pa ako nakatira, pumupunta talaga ako dito para kumain :)
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