Nothing beats having a food trip at Maginhawa with friends. Along this busy street, it isn’t hard to score new unique eats and discover hidden gems that serve up great eats for an affordable price.
We’ve decided to create another Maginhawa list, to update you guys on what’s new and happening around the area of this food haven. From Indonesian cuisine, handcrafted ice cream, ramen, bingsu, and more, heres a list of 11 Underrated Restaurants to Discover in Maginhawa.
A cuisine often overlooked, Indonesian fare integrates its diverse cultures into their food through a fusion of spice, crunch, sweetness, and savoriness. Indonyaki serves as a hidden gem for affordable yet authentic Indonesian food that will make you say, “enak sekali!”
Papa Diddi’s is a homegrown all-local ice cream parlor focused on selling small batch, hand-mixed & hand packed all-natural premium ice cream.
Striving to be more than your typical milk tea spot, Sakura Hanami adds an elegant and satisfying touch to their one-of-a-kind drinking experience. Surround yourself with charming cherry blossoms, a calming vibe, and flavorful drinks infused with edible flowers at Sakura Hanami!
Van Gogh is Bipolar is a gastronomical healing journey. Tucked away in a quiet street, the quirky and eclectic restaurant serves as a mood-healing sanctuary for those who need a pick-me-up. Aside from their magical and mystical ambience, VGIB offers a Mood-Healing Diet specialized to balance your mood and make you calm and happy.
Insider tip: Van Gogh is Bipolar serves Mood-Healing food everyday except Tuesdays.
When the mood strikes, it’s time to unwind. Break Shots Sports Bar is the perfect place to drink, dine, watch sports live, and play billiards all in one. Come down for ice-cold beers and classic bar chow like buffalo wings, chicken skin, sisig, and even chicharon bulaklak.
Take a taste tour around the Philippines with Provenciano’s authentic regional and Spanish-influenced dishes. An amalgam of Filipino heirloom recipes and dishes with international influence, Provenciano is a true attestation to the culinary melting pot that the country prides itself on. Taking the shape of an ancestral home, this restaurant is as authentic as it gets.
Shao Kao Grillery offers authentic Chinese-style street barbecue, specializing in a wide variety of meats and flame-grilled vegetables (for vegetarians out there!). Their best-sellers include their grilled lamb chops, lamb kebab, N.Z. Striploin Steak, and the classic Pinoy dishes, grilled liempo, and boneless bangus.
Grape Escape is a Spanish-Italian inspired local wine bar that serves unique and straightforward cuisine. It is a place where you can explore the world of wine without any pretenses or complexities while celebrating life over that perfect little food and wine combination. Don’t miss out on their Brick Oven Pizza and Tapas!
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Snow Creme is a dessert place that serves signature snow ice desserts similar to that of a Korean bingsu, make-your-own snow creme, milk tea, smoothies and a few light snacks such as mojos, chicklets, and more.
Happon Ramen House is a hole-in-the-wall ramen place that serves authentic ramen bowls under ₱200. They use Chicken Paitan soup base, a lighter alternative to the popular tonkotsu, shio, and shoyu ramen broths.
Hapag is Filipino for “table” and usually refers to the dining table. This restaurant serves classic and heirloom Filipino dishes specializing in traditional favorites like kare-kare, crispy pata, sinigang, and more.
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