Another popular type of cuisine is also present at Boxpark MNL: Persian/Mediterranean through Kazam. Their house specialties are the Shawarma Wrap and Special Chelo Taka. I can say that a Mediterranean dish is superb if the meat is very tender and moist and you still can taste the juices of it. Kazam did not fall short when it comes to that and even if these dishes are familiar to us, they can still become some of your all-time favorites.
(Shawarma Wrap – Php 85)
(Special Chelo Taka – Php 265)
If you prefer something without rice, they have a pie stall called Pie Guys. As the name suggests, they are all about pies. However, they serve extraordinary pies. I am no pie lover, but I became one when I tried their Mashinator which has pulled pork/chicken inside a pie, topped with mashed potatoes and green peas drizzled with gravy. Each pie is good enough for a meal and good enough for the price.
(Mashinator – Php 150)
Last but not least is the only ice cream and waffle stall at Boxpark MNL: Mr. Diggins. It is the perfect stall for your dessert cravings after your heavy meals and will make your Boxpark MNL experience complete.
And that’s it! 13 new food stalls for you to try with prices that range from as low as Php 80 and not exceeding Php 300. As much as I want to share more of my experiences at Boxpark MNL, I know I have to let you simply try it for yourself. As they say, every good thing has an end, so I am ending this awesome gastronomic adventure we had at Boxpark MNL with a sigh and a smile.
The place gets crowded during the nighttime and weekends, though, so parking spaces might be a bit scarce. However, if you are in for that “sulit” laidback chill and thrill, that shouldn’t be a problem. Your friends and families will surely love it here, too.
(Thank you Boxpark MNL stall owners for your awesome delights, most especially to Sir Ralph and Sir Rd for the warm welcome!)
73 Block 2 Lot 28 Congressional Ave., Tandang Sora, Quezon City
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Boxpark-676537025816269/
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