The Maginhawa Street, Quezon City is a foodie's paradise. Before where it was more on associated with barbecue and home-cooked meals. Now, you can find a variety of restaurants along the street and you can be sure, Maginhawa offers something that prices of the restaurants are cheaper to cater to the budget.
We are looking a cheaper and healthy foods restaurant to eat along Maginhawa Street and we found Indonyaki Resto and there we checked in to that place and to try an Indonesian dishes.
|With Jin, Mark and Roy|
Indonyaki is like a street food style. The tables were set up along the side walk. It’s just like you are in other Asian countries where you can eat in the street. The prices at the menu are reasonably priced.
And, we ordered....
Ayam Goreng Regular
It’s a fried chicken served with sambal sauce, price at 150php for half and 270php for whole. This fine fried chicken accompanied by crispy batter flakes and sambal oelek chili paste)
|Image credit to Mark Paulines (marcosoulexplorer.com)|
It’s an Indonesian version of caldereta, price at 115php. It looks like a plain bistek due its chopped onion toppings but when I taste it I fell in love with how tender the beef was.
Their prices are very affordable and delicious. Many of the dishes can be shared with many people. Definitely I will go back and bring my friends again.
How to get there:
From South, ride a bus going to SM Fairview/Tungko, drop off at Philcoa, then ride a tricycle and tell the driver that you are going to Indonyaki at Maginhawa Street near Holy Family School.
From North, one can ride a jeep from SM North terminal going to UP Campus, drop off at Philcoa, then ride a tricycle and tell the driver that you are going to Indonyaki at Maginhawa Street near Holy Family School.
Indonyaki Restaurant at Maginhawa Street Reviewed by The Backpack Man on 2:55:00 PM Rating: