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Pasig City

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Mariekyt Delights

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Pasig City, Philippines • Recommendation • 

This small and humble kiosk in front of Intrepid Plaza is one of my go-to’s for anything Filipino Delicacies - Bibingka/Kakanin, refreshment and breads at very affordable prices. I think she’s a reseller of Filipino Rice cakes from Cainta Rizal where you can taste one of the best Bibingka. Yum! She offers lots of bibingka and sapin-sapin flavors and my faves are the classic one and ube bibingka. One slice of their premium Sapin-sapin and bibingka for 12 pesos only. Havent tried her Banana bread and Suman but I’ll try that real soon. Great customer service, and one of the cheapest quick grub and you can find in Eastwood City. A must try! #pandaeatssph

  • 18 C-5, Bagumbayan, Quezon City, 1800 Metro Manila, Philippines

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Pasig City, Philippines • Recommendation • 

Craving for Mediterranean but on a budget? Kebomb is the way to go! They have 2 branches, their main branch is in Marikina and the one I recently visited is in Eastwood. Locally owned! #supportlocalph This was recommended to me by my neighbors last year and finally, I gave it a try. Place is pretty clean, follows IATF safety protocols. Customer service is superb! It was my first time there but The cashier/staff helped me with what to order, very friendly and even had a chit chat with me while waiting for my orders. I was supposed to get hummus and pita but I got their Burger Bombs and Keemadilla. Burger Bombs are beef patty and veggies in charcoal buns. Thick beef patty, not salty and very fatty. Generous amount of lettuce, tomatoes and onions. Charcoal buns is ok but for 99 pesos? What a bang for the buck! Hubz and I shared in the burger cos it’s really filling! Keemadilla is something new to me. It’s keema , a traditional south asian minced meat wrapped in pita bread and topped with melted cheese. It’s like a mediterranean version of Quesadilla. Love how crispy the pita bread is, loaded with keema filling. It’s kinda greasy tho but very different! It’s also an Official Let’s Eat Pare Restaurant! Astig!!! Would love to try their other dishes soon cos everything are so affordable. A thumbs up for me. #pandaeatssph

  • Bagumbayan, Quezon City, 1800 Metro Manila, Philippines

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Elements by Zuppa

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Pasig City, Philippines • Recommendation • 

This is one of the hidden gems of Eastwood City.. for real! I’ve worked in this location for years and I would find myself eating in this place once or twice a week. Thanks to my officemates who introduced me to NamaNama or now, Elements by Zuppa. They serve Asian-style dishes. Almost everything they serve are on-point delicious! Actually they had generous amount of servings (especially RICE) but I think due to the Pandemic, they adjusted it :/ But hey, it’s still worth the price!!! For years, I’ve already tried almost 90% in their menu and I must say, their Thai Bagoong Rice, Grilled Chicken and Chicken Laksa are my absolute favorites. It’s just a small stall at Eastwood Cyber and fashion Mall 3rd floor, ambiance is not that good but for sure, you’ll definitely comeback for the food. Highly recommended! #pandaeatssph

  • 1110 Eastwood Ave, Bagumbayan, Quezon City, 1800 Metro Manila, Philippines

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Pasig City, Philippines • Recommendation • 

Sometimes all you need is some simple snack right? Good thing there’s a tusok tusok place in the heart of Eastwood :) Urban+bites is a UP streetfood- inspired kiosk in Eastwood. They have Kwek-Kwek, Cheese sticks, Dynamite, Fishballs, Squid Balls , chicken balls, fried veggie lumpia, and Kikiam all for 24pesos. I know I know, their prices are pretty high for just a streetfood but the place is clean tho, even the dipping/sawsawan area. They even give separate sauce if you dont want to dip your food in their dipping station. Love that their fishball, squidballs and chicken balls doesnt taste old (if you know what i mean) and the manong sauce is good too. #pandaeatssph

  • 110 Eastwood Ave, Bagumbayan, Quezon City, 1800 Metro Manila, Philippines

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Red Robin

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Pasig City, Philippines • Recommendation • 

I’m not a juice gal, but when I do.. it should be from Red Robin. This locally-owned juice shop is very popular with the residents of Eastwood City. They serve fresh calamansi, ice tea, lemon, guyabano, and even concentrates. Love their Calamansi blend. Now, they also sell tacos, siomai, baked mac, brownies and their best-seller, stuffed bread. If youre into snacking, you better try their stuff. It’s so good and affordable too. #pandaeatssph

  • 18 Orchard Rd, Bagumbayan, Quezon City, 1800 Metro Manila, Philippines

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