Real Living (Philippines) - - Living In North Edsa -

This part of the city is a good place to dis­cover in­ter­est­ing restos KAMUNING BAK­ERY CAFÉ. Its vin­tage bat­i­bot chairs, and of course, its good old pan­desal and pan­sit bring you back to the 1930s when this bak­ery first opened. 43 Judge Jimenez cor­ner K-1st St.

LOLA CAFÉ + BAR. What stands out, aside from the food, is the blackand-white-themed wall dé­cor with oc­ca­sional pops of color. 99 Scout Lozano St., Dil­i­man DON AN­DRES PERU­VIAN KITCHEN. Lively colors and pat­terns, plus geo­met­ric cage lights, give this place a South Amer­i­can vibe. Court­yard Bldg., 26 Sgt. Es­guerra St., Dil­i­man

TWEE­DLE BOOK CAFÉ. Just be­fore sip­ping your cof­fee, look up to see the names of your fa­vorite au­thors in­scribed on wooden pan­els on the ceil­ing. 106 B Sct. Gan­dia St., Dil­i­man

VIC­TORINO’S. This resto repli­cates an Ilo­cano home set­ting, com­plete with an­tique cab­i­nets, chan­de­liers, and old Filipino-style din­ing sets. 11th Jam­boree St. cor. Scout Ral­los, Bgy. Lag­ing Handa

SEÑOR POLLO. An ex­posed brick wall on one side and sal­vaged wooden pan­els on the other, com­bined with Latin-in­spired wall art, give the place a fes­tive mood. F7 Bldg., 49 Scout Ral­los Ext., Dil­i­man

GOOD FEL­LAS. The burger-and­steak mafia dine here—seated at the cush­ioned couches in dark, mas­cu­line in­te­ri­ors. 56 Teodoro Gener St. cor K-1st St., Kamuning

RUN­NER’S KITCHEN. The bunch of flash­lights hang­ing from the ceil­ing and the real bike hang­ing from the wall will make you do a dou­ble take. Unit 2 Creek­side Square, 74 To­mas Mo­rato Ave.

77 BAR AND RESTAU­RANT. You’ll be drawn to the dra­matic light­ing in this quaint bar set in an old house. 51 Kamuning Road, Dil­i­man

LUGANG CAFÉ. Au­then­tic Tai­wanese food is com­ple­mented by the up­dated luxe in­te­ri­ors of a Chi­nese restau­rant. 2/L The Block, SM City North EDSA HIS­TO­RIA BOU­TIQUE BAR AND RESTAU­RANT. En­joy a drink or two in this joint with an old-style pub look. 5 Sgt. Es­guerra Ave., Dil­i­man





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