Monday, September 26, 2016

Easy on a Sunday in Maginhawa

There's no denying that the long stretch of Maginhawa Street has now become a foodie haven, a far cry from the quiet residential area that it was decades ago.


It was a Sunday, what better way to satisfy a hungry tummy by trying out the many restaurants that have mushroomed in this side of Quezon City.

We lined up at Gerry's Jeepney but it was taking forever so we decided to move to Artsy Cafe as recommended by my friend Worldy, a Maginhawa local. 

We had nori fries, steak with mashed potatoes and vegetables, and lemon basil drink. 


The food was good and reasonably priced. The cafe itself is a feast for the eyes with catchy quotes, neat sketches on the wall, colorful lamps and glasses, and an array of different tiles put together into one beautiful ensemble.


It's dainty but at the same time artsy with a homey feel. No wonder the place gets packed.

From Artsy Cafe, we crossed the street towards When Uan Met Sally where we had coffee and tea.


Varied knick-knacks will greet you upon entering the cafe. Another door leads to a cozy nook where paintings and glass bottles adorned the wall. The place makes you want to just sit back and have great conservation with friends or read your book while sipping a cup of coffee or tea.

Artsy Cafe
36 Maginhawa Street
UP Village, Diliman, Quezon City

When Uan Met Sally
39-B Maginhawa Street
UP Village, Diliman, Quezon City

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