New Stalls Alert at Malingap Central Food Hall!
CJ Clemente | Oct 23, 2018
One of the most Instragrammable places in the creative hub of Q.C. has just given us four more reasons to visit Teacher’s Village. Malingap Central Food Hall opened just a year ago but it has continuously grown its offerings, picking only the best restos to put in the mix.
They've recently added a few more stalls and here are the new players!
House of Kapalmuks by Pepeton’s Grill
Pepeton’s, an established restaurant based in Tomas Morato, has branched out to this side of town to bring their house specialty, Kapalmuks, to even more people. A staple of inumans, this beast is truly a sight to behold and a taste you’ve got to try.
The crispness of the skin is so wonderfully sinful and picking it apart is just plain fun. Another fried concoction is the bachichay—bacon chicharon, how can you go wrong with that?
Manse Korean Express
Since KPop and everything Korean has been a big hit with the young ones (and admittedly the not-so-young-ones too), it’s only fitting that they include a Korean stall in their food hall. Manse has all the K-favorites like samgyupsal, beef bulgogi, and Korean fried chicken.
Yummm indeed! This stall has one of the best Thai milk teas we’ve ever tasted! The secret? Owners Elixer Javier and Carlo Velez tells us that they import their tea leaves all the way from Bangkok to get that authentic taste.
Aside from their milk tea, they also have Thai staples mango sticky rice, pandan chicken, and pad thai (which is also a must try!)
While this isn’t a new brand, they recently moved from their Maginhawa location to Malingap Central to give their customers one of the most important P’s in marketing—Parking! Now in their new house, they continue to serve their loyal customers at a more convenient location.
How to get there:
Malingap Central Food Hall is located in 40 Malingap St., Teacher’s Village, Quezon City