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SMDC Quezon City Food Crawl

SM Development Corporation or also known as SMDC provides luxurious urban living through vertical villages perfectly integrated with a commercial retail environment, giving its residents access to a truly cosmopolitan lifestyle. They are sought after condominiums here in the Philippines within prime location, well-maintained swimming pool and facilities. Another great about SMDC are their food establishment. 

I was one of the bloggers who attended the SMDC food crawl last month. We visited three restaurants around Quezon City and they are all located at SMDC condominiums. Our first stop for the food crawl was Hong Kong Roasting located at M Place, Panay Avenue, South Triangle, Quezon City. A Chinese restaurant that has an affordable price.

Peking Duck
Yang Chow Fried Rice
Lechon Macau
Cucumber Lemon Shake

They served us Pecking Duck, Lechon Macau and Yang Chow Fried Rice. And for our drink. they served us their Cucumber Lemon Shake. Their food is very tasty and delicious but my favorite is Lechon Macau. And the Cucumber Lemon Shake is perfect pair for the savory roasted food.

Menu Prices:

  • Peking Duck Whole P1,600
  • Lechon Macau P210
  • Yang Chow Rice P130
  • Cucumber Lemon Shake P90

Branches:

  • Mplace Mall
  • Mezza 2
  • Grass Residences Parking Building A
  • Sea Residences Building

Our next stop is at Teresita’s of San Fernando located at Mezza II Residences, Aurora Boulevard Corner Araneta Avenue, Santa Mesa, Quezon City.  Teresitas of San Fernando is an original offshoot of Teresita R. Razon’s Halo-halo and Palabok in Pampanga officially-sanctioned and tradename branch of the Razon Halo-halo Rerfreshment Parlor outside of its one and only location in the town of Guagua.

They served us their Palabok, Kare-Kare and Halo-Halo.

Palabok
Kare Kare
Halo-Halo

Teresitas of San Fernando Halo Halo and Palabok is a hotchpotch of deliciously famous Kapampangan delicacies that every Filipino plate and palate crave for.

Prices:

  • Halo-Halo P90
  • Palabok P90
  • Kare Kare P140

Our third and last stop is Manila’s Best Coffee located at SM Mezza Residences, Aurora Boulevard Corner Araneta Avenue, Santa Mesa, Quezon City.  It has a modern vibes with a hint of Filipino theme because you can see figurines like carabao, tricycle and jeepney.

This coffee shop is different from other well-known coffee shop because this one not only serves cakes. pastry but also serves Filipino kakanin which we can’t find in other coffee shop.

Our food crawl was successful and our tummy was full. What I like was all of the three food establishment we went too was their food is very delicious and very affordable.

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  1. ruselle verayo
    February 26, 2018 at 7:16 pm

    Parang angs arap ng cucumber drink. hope to try this soon.

  2. Rojean mae lamsin
    June 8, 2018 at 4:41 am

    Yummy foods! I wanna go visit too!

  3. Babeth arcede
    June 8, 2018 at 4:57 am

    I want to try thier foods, looks yummy

  4. Roselyn Jose
    June 8, 2018 at 5:42 am

    Sasarap naman ng mga foods

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