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The New Food Strip Of Luzon: It's Not Maginhawa Anymore!

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Rafael Reynante | Dec 22, 2016

It’s been touted by many foodies out there: Maginhawa, in terms of choice and quality, is the best. Located in a student-friendly neighborhood near UP Diliman. However,  if you're looking for something new to satisfy your stomachs, Aguirre Street in the South is the new place to be..

Iago's Grill situated along Aguirre Street, BF Homes Parañaque

Populated by both affluent families as well as students on a tight budget, the variety of establishments along Aguirre include the cheapest Yakitori you can ever have, to a dining experience akin to a Michelin-starred establishment.

In fact, according to Zomato, Quezon City's Maginhawa Street has already been overtaken by the South's Aguirre Street, located in BF Homes in Parañaque.

In a research conducted by Zomato, the restaurants situated in Aguirre had already overtaken Maginhawa, with the latest figure of 172 food establishment versus Maginhawa's 158.

The  high number of restaurant openings and their success rate of operations was evident in Aguirre's food hub.  

Read: For a Complete Pinoy Family Dining Experience, Iago’s Is The Place To Go!

For some people, part of the fun comes with the experiment and experience, and both food strips provide it in spades. In any destination you go to in the Philippines, there will always be hidden gems, as well as spots that are better left alone, and part of the adventure is figuring out which places are which!

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