If there is one thing Filipinos are truly passionate about, it is food, especially the delectable range of local delights. The Quezon City Food Festival is an annual celebration of our local and International food culture. In its 2nd year, Maginhawa Street will once again be the venue of hundreds of food, fashion, and art concessionaires in this year’s Quezon City Food Festival event today December 12 (Saturday).
My wife and I agreed to spend P1,000 for our ostentatious pigging out at the 2nd Quezon City Food Festival. We went to Maginhawa Street with an empty stomach to prepare ourselves for today’s ultimate food crawl.
Wicked Kitchen is our first stop. I love s’mores and Wicked Kitchen’s Greed (s’mores) melts my heart.
Skillet s’mores- melted chocolate + puffed mallows + graham crackers
Second Floor, Maginhawa Building, 189 Maginhawa Street, Sikatuna Village, Quezon City
We went to The Nook Cafe for our second stop. Inspired by Harry Potter, The Nook Cafe never fail to amaze all their customers.
The Nook Cafe
164-A Maginhawa Street, Sikatuna Village, Quezon City
We went to the Food Bazaar occupying the whole Maginhawa Street for our third stop. Foodies wandering around Maginhawa Street were entertained by Comedians, Singers and Dancers while enjoying their favorite food.
Cheap but Delicious food are present at the Food Bazaar.
Abra Miki ni Nanay is one of the most famous restaurants in East kamias and this is their first time to join The Quezon City Food Festival.
SANCHO Churreria Manila
122 Maginhawa Street, Teachers Village, Quezon City
106-A Maginhawa Street, Teachers Village, Quezon City
Tired from walking, we decided to end our food crawl at ZCOOL. They are previously known as JCOOL.
51 Magiting street cor. Maginhawa Street, Teachers Village, Quezon City
With a strong focus on Local and International delicacies and the cultural heritage of being a true Filipino, Quezon City Food Festival is the festival for Filipinos to indulge.