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Your Week­end

HAVE MORE DIN­NER OP­TIONS AT INDUSTRIE FOOD LOFT En­joy a sat­is­fy­ing three-course meal by sim­ply hop­ping from one stall to an­other at Industrie Food Loft. Here’s a meal sug­ges­tion: Start with Hoka’s Vol­cano Maki, a Cal­i­for­nia maki topped with shrimp, av­o­cado, and spicy mayo, or have some fish balls, squid balls, and other Asian street food at Lok­lok. Your main course can be a burger, such as Buns and Bros’ The Assassin with its dis­tinct black sesame seed bun, or the PB&C Sand­wich from com­fort food spe­cial­ist The Bro­ken Oven. The fried chicken and fries from The Pul­let, or an Aussie rib eye steak from Prime Shack MNL are also sat­is­fy­ing al­ter­na­tives. End your meal with ei­ther Manila Cream­ery’s gourmet ice cream or an ice-cold vir­gin drink from On the Rocks. And be­cause this food park is lo­cated in the midst of busi­ness dis­trict Or­ti­gas, it’s easy to drop by for an af­ter-work date with the hubby. 2/L Ci­ty­golf Plaza, Doña Julia Var­gas Av­enue, Or­ti­gas Cen­ter, Pasig City. Op­er­at­ing hours: Mon­day to Thurs­day, 4 p.m. to 1 a.m.; Fri­day to Satur­day, 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.; and Sun­day 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; face­book.com/in­dus­triefoodloft

Prime Shack MNL does steak right.

The Bro­ken Oven’s PB&C Sand­wich

Fried chicken and Corn on the Cob and Slaw from The Pul­let

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