Documented trip to Mt. Pulag by Gulaman Films
Black Canyon Coffee
Lucky’s Burger and Bar
Terry’s: The Art of Food
Ukokkei Ramen Ron
There are several restaurants that one can choose from when you’re at SM City North EDSA for an obvious reason: It has three buildings! From The Annex to The Block and vice-versa, it can be quite hard to choose where to eat, especially when you are with your barkada. Ask them and you’ll most likely be answered with a resounding, “Kahit saan!”
Well, 8 Street Bites Restaurant just might be for you and your group! It is an American-themed casual dining restaurant that offers a variety if choices. From appetizers to main dishes, to drinks and desserts that will surely satisfy everyone. Here’s a sneak peek as to why you should try and visit:
The Place and Ambiance
Aside from its inviting ambiance, the food is also affordable – another reason why it is a perfect place to chill with your friends! Below are just some of their must-try:
Fries that is covered with melted cheddar cheese, picco de galo and baked beans for P98.
Tortilla chips covered with melted cheedar cheese, pico de galo and baked beans for P98.
Street-Fighter Chicken Fingers
Hand-battered fried chicken breast fillet, tossed with cayenne pepper and served with java rice for P148.
Country-Fried Chicken Steak
Fried breaded chicken fillet, topped with roated garlic, milk gravy served with java rice for P148.
Chicken Tender Bites
Hand battered fried chicken fillet, served with honey mustard and java rice for P148.
Honey Glaze Chicken Tender
Hand battered fried chicken, basted with honey glaze and served with java rice for P148.
Wagyu and Angus mixed patty with milk gravy served with coleslaw and rice for P178.
A better version of 7/11’s slurpee for only P48!
Bottomless Brewed Iced Tea
The glass is big enough to hold your standard one glass of iced tea. But if you are an iced tea lover, why not get bottomless the iced tea? Only P48!
Aside from the ones shown there’s a lot more to try from their menu!
The staffs are accomodating, friendly and they serve the orders fast and fresh.
If I were to be asked, would I give it another try? Yes! I still lots to try from their menu!
For more information, visit their Facebook account here.
When I ask a friend, “Have you been to McKinley Hill?” I often get the answer, “Uhm… no. How do you go there?” Haha. Well, there are vans near the MRT-Ayala Station (SM Makati Side) that costs P25 going to McKinley Hill and vice-versa.
McKinley Hill is in Taguig City; mostly known for its Megaworld condominiums, embassies, football field – Emperador Stadium, international schools and office buildings. But what most don’t know, is that the community also boasts a restaurant strip that serve an impressive array of foreign cuisine. These restaurants are really a must-try!
They serve not only coffee but also internationally known Thai cuisine such as Pad Thai. The first floor is a casual dining area but if you want to chill in a cozy café style ambiance, then the second floor is for you. My favorite drink to order is their Cha Thai Yen (Thai Iced Tea with milk). <3
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/blackcanyoncoffeeph
Formerly known as “The Burgery” it is one of the most affordable eats at posh Tuscany. The menu mostly consists of Western food favorites. I recommend Lucky’s Crispy Bacon and Egg. It’s like a Baconsilog with a twist!
If cooking is your hobby then you should visit this store! All of the good stuff from Spain are available here. Every time I visit this store, I’m wishing that I have unlimited money because I want to buy everything that they sell! After seeing the ingredients, you would want to go home immediately and cook! 🙂
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TerrySelection
This place has more of Canadian comfort food and has a vintage feel. They have their signature cup of happiness ice cream which comes in eight flavors, (P95/cup)! Great place to chill with your friends, may it be noon or night. Try their best-seller Poutine and Buttermilk Chicken (you might also want to order and add a glass of beer to that) Enjoy!
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/main.st.restaurant
Wursty-Wursty is worth the price and I must say, has a unique name. If you are in the McKinley area, you might want to check out this place. This is the best place to have some fun especially on a Friday night – grab some beer with your friends, jam with the band and eat a variety of finger food! You can buy a whole liter of draft beer that will last you the whole night for just P200. Not bad, right?
If you’re after some Filipino cuisine, then go here. They serve some of the best and classic Filipino favorites – fresh lumpiang ubod, sizzling bangus, etc. Don’t forget to leave some space for dessert because they also serve homemade ice cream and halu-halo!
Craving for some ramen? Japanese cuisine is also in Tuscany! This restaurant is one of popular place to eat ramen.
A newly-opened modern sushi house at Tuscany, they offer fresh and authentic Japanese delicacies that are prepared in the traditional Japanese cooking way. It has two floors: first floor has the sushi bar and the second floor is for private dining. Outside of the restaurant are some Cherry Blossom decors.
9. Marciano’s: Pizza, Pasta, Steak
An American–Italian inspired restaurant. I had a really good first impression of the place as it was well-styled and is sophisticated. For pizza lovers, try their West Side Four Seasons Pizza!
Do you want to hear the sounds of a new city? Smell the salty breeze of a new beach? Taste different cuisines? Meet different people?
Yes, I want! Traveling is my passion. Exposing myself to different places and engaging in extreme activities excite me! May it be long hours of travel or not, I’m in!
My goal is to travel locally (Philippines) and internationally. My purpose with this blog is to share my experiences and lessons with each trip. I know that it is the goal of many, if not everyone, to travel a lot. But not everyone has the chance to travel. So hopefully, my blogs will encourage and help them plan on going on their own unique trip.