WHAT TO DO WHEN IN TOMAS MORATO?

Inquirer Libre - - ROUND TRIP - Text: Djan Magbanua, Kimberly Custodio Photos: Kezia Dominguez

As night falls, especially on weekends, Tomas Morato and even Timog get crowded by people, both young and not so-young.

Tomas Morato is a go-to place ng mga mahihilig sa bars and clubs at kung ano-ano pang gimikan until wee hours of the morning. As we explored this busy side of Quezon City, we found out na hindi lang siya cool for bar-hopping, but one of the best places in Metro if you are looking for great food experience.

And here’s our list:

1 Belleville Cafe

20B Sct. Rallos St., Laging Handa, Quezon City This cafe feels like home, dahil siguro sa bahay siya located. Malaki at cute ang lugar. The place is serene which is perfect for "me time" or bonding with your BFFs. And it’s affordable.

Matcha milkshake - P130

2 Red Pineapple

2F Elements Hall, 27 Sct. Rallos St., Laging Handa, Quezon City Plain ang interiors, pero jolly ang nag-iisa nilang crew when we dropped by. Worth ang dumplings nila even if it’s a bit pricey para sa iilang piraso. Pero talaga namang sulit. Masikip lang din ang lugar, but the experience will make you visit again.

3pcs Polonchay Dumplings - P95

3 Campfire Burgers and More

23 Sct. Limbaga St., Laging Handa, Quezon City Wefound heaven again as we took that first bite sa kanilang burgers. Ano mang burger combination ang piliin mo sa kanilang menu, siguradong masasarapan ka dahil sa juicy at rich flavor ng kanilang burger patty.

Scout Master Burger - P79

4 Ikigai Kakigori Cafe

305 POS bldg. Sct. Madriñan St. corner Tomas Morato, South Triangle, Quezon City A quiet place to enjoy a kind of a Japanese halohalo called kakigori. We loved their milky shaved ice top with strawberries and vanilla ice cream.

Ichigo - P210 Total money spent: P514

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