To eat and to wander: these are just two of the few things you’ll love doing in Maginhawa. The place is not familiar to me because I live in the Southern part of Metro Manila. Reviews and other blogs however, convinced me to take a quick visit last weekend with my roommate and her high school buddy.
After eating dinner at Gayuma ni Maria, Inoj (my roommate’s high school buddy) said he wanted to go to StrEAT for our dessert.
StrEAT reminds me so much of the Ketchup Food Community in Baguio. The difference of course is that StrEAT is located in Quezon City. Lol kidding! Seriously though, StrEAT is made up of 11 food trucks; all with original concept and good food. All food trucks have tables and chairs for customers but StrEAT also provides tents in the middle. The place is very chill plus they have a beautiful mural which made it a bit artsy. StrEAT is definitely one of the places to go if you are looking for a place to hang out with your family or friends in QC.
Since we were already full, we only ordered milkshakes from The Lost Bread which are all P99 each. We checked their menu and their food only costs P120.
I tried Nut Interested which consists of Peanut Butter, Banana and Brownie, topped with whip cream, choco syrup and minced nuts.
Fill in the blanks. Loved the cup’s design. We ended singing the famous Kelis song “Milkshake” 😀 😀
My two dates on the other hand tried The Carnival which consists of Caramel Popcorn, Cotton Candy and Butter Cake. Their order looks very appealing and I kinda regret not ordering it too.
I can say this place is worth the visit. Will try the other food trucks on our next visit.
P.S. You can also check my review on Gayuma ni Maria on this link: https://theycallmekri.wordpress.com/2015/06/01/maginhawa-quest-part-1-gayuma-ni-maria/