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Breakfast at Waffles Corner

While getting take-out orders for my sister at Moonleaf located along Gen. Ordonez St., Marikina, my eyes got sidetracked to this new establishment beside said teashop called Waffles Corner. I went in to take a peek, and with a wow, the sweet puffy aroma the place emanates just captivated me! I knew I had to […]

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Kebab Brothers Opens in Marikina!

Say hello to Burrito Brothers‘ new little brother, Kebab Brothers! Having officially opened their doors to the hungry public last February 24, this humble Middle Eastern utopia can be found nearby it’s predecessor, Burrito Brothers, in Marikina. From the all-too-famous Lilac Street, make your way to Rainbow Street, go pass a few blocks, and you’ll […]

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Kebur’s Legendary Sisig and Pita Pie!

It was more than two years ago when my brother’s friend, Niño, took us to Kebur to let us have a taste of one of the best sizzling sisig ever! After that, I’ve always invited friends to dine here as well, and the place hasn’t let me down even once. You should definitely try this […]

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Dining at L.A. Diner

Yet another restaurant opened up in Lilac street’s neighboring foodie place, Soliven St. called L.A. Diner, which dared to challenge our legendary Tamagoya! Noodle House by setting up shop almost right next to it. This time, it’s the American foodie spirit to conquer the foodie battlegrounds of Soliven Street! Baby Back Ribs – 295 PHP […]

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Forget Me Not Cafe

Another gold mine of mouthwatering delicacies was just raised from the ground up at Lilac St., Marikina City! Called Forget Me Not Cafe, it certainly doesn’t need such a name for people to not forget the place- just the food here is enough to mark a long-lasting memory in our palates! Grape Juice Soda – […]

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Ersao: Taiwanese Chow and Milk Tea

Yet another addition to the awesome foodie places in Marikina City’s Lilac St. is the famous Taiwanese food extraordinaire, Ersao! Their specialties consist of various flavorful choices of noodles, rice toppings, dumplings and milk tea for a reasonable average price of 100 PHP. They have a number of branches scattered around Metro Manila, but this […]

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