Indonesian Asian Cuisine – Indonyaki Restaurant at Maginhawa Street, UP Village, Quezon City

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The Maginhawa Street, Quezon City is a foodie's paradise. 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.
Last time we visited Indonyaki it’s just small area, tables were set up along the side walk like you are in other Asian countries where you can eat in the street. But now Indonyaki Restaurant has a bigger place already.
As we were waiting for our order, we were first served with a soup. It is actually a good soup which tastes like curry but still very flavourful.
We ordered
Beef Indonyaki
It’s an Indonesian version of caldereta. 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.
Ikan Tahu Bacem
Pan fried fish fillet and tofu topped with special Indonyaki sauce
Indonyaki Veggie Tempura
Indonyaki Veggie Tempura
Nasi Goreng
Nasi Goreng is an Indonesian Fried Rice loaded with moist chicken and sweet, spicy, and savory flavors you’ll love.
The prices are very reasonable ranging from P150-P250 per order and good for 2-3 persons. If you and your friends want to try out Indonesian gourmet which is considerably affordable, I highly recommend INDONYAKI RESTAURANT.
INDONYAKI Restaurant
Maginhawa Street, UP Teachers' Village, Quezon City
02-560-8521
Operating Hours: 11:00AM - 11:00PM
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.

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