DLSU/Vito Cruz Places to Eat 🍴

Manila

Just like every other university, the area around DLSU (Vito Cruz) is filled with food options for everyone to enjoy. Here are some of the places I loved to go to pre-pandemic.

  • Cafes & Restaurants
  • Gastronomy
  • Dine

Updated a month ago

Agno Food Court

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Manila, Philippines • Recommendation • 

What's a list of food options near DLSU without Agno? Agno is a food court right across from DLSU's Gokongwei Building that features cheap, but scrumptious food options. Students here love how cheap and quick to order the food is. Some notable stalls inside Agno are Ate Rica's Bacsilog and Good Munch. (Image from A Not So Popular Kid Food Blog)

  • +63 945 225 3839
  • 2305 Fidel A.Reyes, Malate, Manila, 1004 Metro Manila, Philippines

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Eric's

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Manila, Philippines • Recommendation • 

Eric's houses sizzling meals for all you sizzling lovers out there. It's specialty bagnet sisig is definitely something I have been craving ever since the pandemic started. Eric's also offers other sizzling options such as bangus sisig, and even a delicious Aice ice cream popsicle right after your meal. (Image from Eric's Facebook Page)

  • HX8V+J58, Castro, Malate, Manila, 1004 Metro Manila, Philippines

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24 Chicken EGI Taft Tower

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Manila, Philippines • Recommendation • 

24 Chicken is one of the go-tos of many students in DLSU. It's flavored chicken is definitely one of the best in Vito Cruz. If you're going to eat here, then be prepared for long queues, and a very fulfilling meal of fried chicken. (Image from Manila Millenial)

  • +63 995 075 2068
  • 2339, EGI TAFT TOWER, 1004 Taft Ave, Malate, Manila, 1004 Metro Manila, Philippines

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Noel's

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Manila, Philippines • Recommendation • 

Noel's is famous among students in DLSU for it's cheap, but flavorful barbecue grilled right in front of you. Aside from the barbecue, my personal favorite are their grilled hotdogs. Noel's is definitely the place to be if you're in the mood for some freshly grilled barbecue. (Image from The LaSallian)

  • 2021 Fidel A.Reyes, Malate, Manila, 1004 Metro Manila, Philippines

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