Maginhawhat? 3 Great Restos in Maginhawa Street, Philippines

Some people need some convincing to purchase one of the Condominiums for sale in Quezon City and what better way to do that than with food? You may have heard of the famous Maginhawa street and with so many eateries there, you might now know where to start. To help you out, how about starting with these three?

Bakers Table - Maginhawhat? 3 Great Restos in Maginhawa Street, Philippines

Baker’s Table

Get ready to go back to your childhood as you grab a slice of cake from Baker’s Table. Their cakes aren’t your typical Red Velvet, Lemon or Vanilla cakes with icing. In fact, these bakes confections will make you as giddy as a little kid thanks to their extraordinary cake flavors inspired by your childhood favorites. All of their cakes come with the candy from which its flavor is inspired from.

One of their best sellers, the Flat Tops Chocolate cake, is actually made from the chocolate itself! It takes around 70 flat tops just to make one cake. Another must try is their Mallows cake which truly looks like a gigantic Mallow. If you plan to have a slice of this flavor, better head over to the Baker’s Table on a Monday as it’s the only day this cake is available.

Nook Café

If you didn’t receive your Hogwarts letter at 11, don’t be bothered; perhaps the owl had merely made a years long detour to Nook Cafe. As one can probably guess, this a cozy place is inspired by the Harry Potter series. The decor sticks true to the world of JK Rowling, with owl decor scattered around and a broomstick (we’re hoping it’s a Nimbus 2000!) hanging from the ceiling. Of course, the food must not be forgotten; after all, what’s a Potter themed establishment without a mug of Butterbear? A must try are their cakes, which are so delicious, you’ll wish you can say “Accio Cake!” to summon them from Nook Cafe to your home.

Papa Diddi’s Ice Cream Company

According to several studies, 2015 was the hottest year in recorded history dating back to the mid-19th century. According to the same studies, 2016 is predicted to be even hotter than the previous year. And what better way to cool off than with some ice cream? Head over to Papa Diddi’s Ice Cream company to get your fix of some cold, creamy goodness. All of their ice cream is handmade and all natural, with locally sourced ingredients from three provinces: Mountain Province, Nueva Ecija and Laguna. Their flavors are quite uncommon and one might even say, unique. After all, where else can you say you’ve eaten some Roasted Forbidden Rice ice cream or Peanut Butter and Jelly ice cream?

Need another reason to get a pint of their ice cream? By purchasing their delicious treats, you are helping educate numerous children. Called SCOOP or Support Communities Out of Poverty, Papa Diddi’s donates educational materials to the public schools in the provinces where the ingredients came from using five percent of their sales. Truly, this is a company that knows how to give back.

These three are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to restaurants in Maginhawa. Explore some more and who knows, you just might discover the next big thing.

Kimberly Marie Gayeta (Kimmy) is a Communications Degree holder, currently working as an online Marketing Representative for EUROTOWERS: Condominiums for Sale Cubao.

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