kings of con­ve­nience

Scout - - CULTURE - Pho­tog­ra­phy by CARLO NUÑEZ –GRACE DE LUNA, graphic artist

With its cheap food, no-non­sense in­te­ri­ors, and abun­dantly lo­cated branches, the trusty old con­ve­nience store is a shin­ing bea­con of light to ev­ery broke young­ster out there. But among the four top stores in the metro, which one reigns supreme? We went to find out.

7-ELEVEN

ou could say that - leven is the con­ve­nience store. ith a branch or two found in ev­ery lo­ca­tion you can think of, you can also prob­a­bly nd some­thing to buy with your eyes closed. The fact that its in­te­ri­ors look sim­i­lar to the other - lev­ens abroad gives you the feel­ing that you’re some­where fa­mil­iar. - leven’s in­te­ri­ors have gone through an over­haul over the years, trad­ing white de­tails for some wood-tex­tured nish­ing. ith ex­clu­sive lo­cal of­fer­ings like hot­dog sand­wiches, siopao, rice meals, and the clas­sic Slurpee, - leven’s ar­ray of food will al­ways have your back. The place isn’t as fancy as other con­ve­nience stores, but its food still does make you full.

Grace got: Beef oys­ter Hotta Rice, Coke, and a slice of straw­berry short­cake for dessert

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