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Maginhawa Snack Track: 29 Maginhawa Restaurants You Can Dine and Chill In

23. Snow Creme

Another delicious dessert place would be Snow Creme where you can have something cold, icy and sweet in the form of snow ice. If you’re not a fan of snow ice, they’ve got milk tea and snacks, too!

Read our full review here: Snow Creme: Sweet Frozen Goodness

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Hot Tip: Try their Golden Mango. It is pure heaven.

Snow Creme Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/snowcremeshavery

 

24. The Breakfast Table =

This quaint and cozy restaurant celebrates the most important meal of the day by revisiting breakfast traditions and creating new ones! If you are a lover of breakfast, then you need to spend your Maginhawa time here.

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Hot Tip: If you’re ordering coffee, don’t add any milk. Their Chocolate de Cagayan is also a delight.

The Breakfast Table Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/breakfast.ph

 

25. The Sweet Spot

Everything at The Sweet Spot is made in-house, but their bestsellers are their coffees and desserts. They have free Wi-Fi, too, and you can charge your gadgets as you please for as long as you please. Just make sure you buy something every few hours or so. 😉

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Hot Tip: Don’t miss out on their Speculoos Cookie Butter Frappe and Banana Nutella Frappe!

The Sweet Spot Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/SweetSpotPH

 

26. Cat Cafe Manila

If you love cats, cute little dessert shop is home to some furry, cute cats and good coffee and treats! The cats are incredibly adorable – with some of them serious, and some of them malambing.

Read our full review here: Cat Cafe Manila: The House for All Things Kitty and Furry

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Hot Tip: Look for a cat that suits you best and bond away or, if you want, simply take pictures with/of them.

Cat Cafe Manila Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/catcafemanila

 

27. Alfarsi Persian Grill

Aside from great food, Alfarsi Persian Grill has great service. Plus, money goes a long way here. This small open-dining restaurant is something you don’t want to overlook as it will satisfy your bellies as needed.

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Hot Tip: Come hungry and indulge in three generous cups of kabsa rice, two deliciously flavorful viands, grilled tomatoes and onions to pair with it, and some refreshing house-blend iced tea for two for just a little over 400 pesos.

Alfarsi Persian Grill Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/AlfarsiPersianGrill

 

28. Cadence Burger Cafe =

Anyone who is passionate about burgers will love what Cadence Burger Cafe has to offer. Every bite is full of sheer delight and will make you want to keep coming back for more.

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Hot Tip: Try their Ultimate Burger – and get a Taste Card while you’re at it!

Cadence Burger Cafe Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/cadenceburgercafe

 

29. Gayuma ni Maria

Gayuma ni Maria is definitely a very interesting place to visit. Aside from being a cafe, it also doubles as a love potion store – and who wouldn’t want some love potions, right? 😉 That aside, their menu names are quirky, fun and even a little naughty, with names like Seared with a Kiss, Me on Top and Lumpiang Excited.

Read our full review here: I’m Bewitched by Gayuma ni Maria

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Hot Tip: The Ravioli Tinapa is something that we all loved!

Gayuma ni Maria Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/gayumanimaria

So there you have it: the ultimate food guy to Maginhawa Street! Have you tried any of these restaurants yet? Do give us some of your own recommendations if you have any! 🙂