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Review: Rib City, Maginhawa

Last week, Rib City in Maginhawa filled our hungry tummy with their savoury dish. Well, Rib City’s surf and turf is back! Oh, Yes! This is not a hallucination. For only Php458.00, you can enjoy their eat all you can Ribs, Tempura, Wings, Side eats and Drinks. And it is available all day, everyday.

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Aya Gonzalez, the girl in-charge of Rib City let us try their dessert. Of course, our foodie adventure is incomplete without any dessert. 😉
Queso De Bola Cheesecake (Php138.00).

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White Toblerone Cheesecake (Php148.00).

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And their yummy Brownie Ala Mode.

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Their huge serving of Not Just Nachos (Php198.00).

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Rib City in Maginhawa can accommodate 78 Pax.

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Location:

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RBCTY MAGINHAWA

Location: 63 Maginhawa St. UP Village, Quezon City

Contact number: 2380844
Mondays – Thursdays, Sundays 11:30 AM – 10:30 PM
Fridays – Saturdays 11:30 AM – 12:00 MN

RBCTY PIONEER
Address: Upper Ground Floor, Globe Telecom Plaza Tower 2, Pioneer cor. Madison Sts., Mandaluyong City
Contact number: 7304309
Mondays – Sundays 11:00 AM – 9:30 PM

Thank you for inviting, Rib City! 😊

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Review: Hapag Heritage, Maginhawa

I was invited by lifestyle blogger Alyssa Tuangco to try the new dishes of Hapag Heritage. Headed by Chef Julio, the restaurant wants to continue sharing and serving their grandmother’s recipe.

We started with Kilawin na Hipon (Php260.00) for the appetizer. It was good!

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Manok ng Hapag (Php470.00) is their version of roasted chicken.

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Their Sisiron Rice (Php260.00) and Tinapa Rice (Php240.00) is well-seasoned. Jampacked with scrambled eggs, tomatoes and spring onions as you can see.

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The classic Kare-Kare (Php530.00) is every family would go for. Perfect for plain rice.

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Beef Morcon (Php520.00) is perfect for the meat lovers out there.

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Pansit Canton (Php280.00) is a bit saucy, but still good.

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Their Binagoongang Baboy sa Gata (Php380.00) is my grand winner! The meat is tender and the sauce is so flavorful.

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Sinigang na Bangus sa Bayabas (Php330.00) is my 1st runner up. The sourness is really natural. Guava is a good source of Vitamin C. This dish is healthy and so yummy, I can eat this everyday. Perfect for this rainy season!

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Ginisang Hipon sa Taba ng Talangka (Php480.00) is my 2nd runner-up. This dish is delicious, but sinful. Haha. It complements well with their plain rice.

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Ripe Mango Smoothie (Php120.00) is always refreshing.

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Hapag Heritage’s adventure is not complete without any dessert. So let’s start with Pandan Macapuno Cheesecake (Php140.00) is delightfully sweet.

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Ensaymaditas with Chorizo Bits (Php70.00) and Ensaymaditas with Tinapa Flakes (Php70.00) is something you wouldn’t want to miss.

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While writing this, it reminds me of Little Manila, a Filipino food stall in Vietnam. Scrumptious dish like what Hapag Heritage is serving deserves a spotlight in the international cuisine.

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The ambiance is homey that anyone can dine and enjoy Filipino comfort foods.

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Flat lay and foodies behind the scene.

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To experience authentic Filipino dish, visit Hapag Heritage.

Location: 140 Maginhawa Street, Sikatuna Village, Quezon City

Telephone Number: (02) 813 9672

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