Gerry’s Jeepney

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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! 🙂

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Ayala- Php870.00
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Sinigang na Baboy- Php200.00
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Crispy Hipon
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Liempo
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Grilled fish with Slated Egg and Tomatoes
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Ensaladang Talong
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Bagoong Rice

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!

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Gerry’s Jeepney
7-B Maginhawa Street, UP Village, Diliman, Quezon City

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