CHAT & EAT
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
TWEEDLE BOOK CAFé
LOLA CAFé + BAR