My friend Mjoy invited me and Arni to join her in surprising her mom for a fun-filled birthday celebration. She orginally planned to celebrate it at Rainbow Dreams Cafe but the place was jam-packed when we went there. Good thing, Gerry’s Jeepney saves the day.
Gerry’s Jeepney celebrates Filipino pride from their store interior to their menu. As you enter this unique restaurant, you will be welcomed with a small nipa hut turned into puto bumbong cooking station, 5 jeepneys turned into dining area and a sari-sari store turned into their cashier.
They also have a dining area with air conditioner to give their customers a comfortable dining experience. It was lunch time when we went there and it was very hot so we decided to stay inside their dining area.
Gerry’s Jeepney serves Filipino food: Boodle Fight Style. They serve everything Filipino, from inihaw, to sisig, to binagoongang lechon kawali to their very own leche flan.
To fill our hungry tummy, Mjoy ordered “Ayala” set meal that comes with 4 cups of bagoong rice, 2 servings of Liempo, crispy hipon, grilled fish, ensaladang talong with salted egg and tomatoes, 4 glasses of Iced Tea and soup. Mjoy also ordered Sinigang na Baboy since her mom is carving for it. Let’s Boogle Fight! 🙂
Dining at Gerry’s Jeepney was a great gastronomic experience like a jeepney ride. All of their food tastes really good. The food serving was pretty big. The ambience is very unique and totally an eye-candy. If you want to try eating inside a jeepney or simply enjoy a traditional Filipino food, visit their restaurant TODAY!
7-B Maginhawa Street, UP Village, Diliman, Quezon City