QC WELCOMES YOU!

[EAT]

[2] MAYOR’S MESSAGE

Mabubusog kayo dito sa Quezon City!

Go look for the best food finds as the city offers you the best and most
unique dining destinations, offering a variety of local and international
cuisines to suite your tastes and whet your appetites. As home to
thousands of restaurants and hole-in-the-wall food stops, you will never
go hungry and you’ll keep coming back!

So come and have a memorable foodie experience here. QC welcomes
you!

Mayor Herbert Bautista

[3] MAGINHAWA STREET

Once a nondescript residential street, Maginhawa Street is now a major
foodie destination for those in search of out-of-the-box culinary takes
that are budget-friendly. Whether looking for a quick fix or a satisfying
full course, you’ll never run out of choices here!

DID YOU KNOW?
That the 2014 QC Food Festival trended worldwide on Twitter on the
day it was held (October 11, 2014), with #qcfoodfestival2014 topping
worldwide and local trends.

[4] MORATO / TIMOG / BOY SCOUT FOOD STRIP

Also known as the “scout area” (where streets are named after World
Jamboree Filipino boy scouts), a huge concentration of restaurants and
watering holes that cater to those who love to dine first and drink after.
It is also the choice of haunt by television and movie celebrities from
networks ABS-CBN and GMA Network, as their studios are nearby.

[5] BANAWE

A street known for its car repair and spare parts shops, Banawe has a
bevy of restaurants and cafés that has made it a famous pit stop for
foodie adventurers. While most restaurants offer Chinese/Asian cuisine
as fare, a growing number of restaurants offer Western and Filipino
food, as well.

LA LOMA

a smattering of new food concepts is starting to draw foodies to this road once lined with gated communities. The newest food destination of Quezon City. Despite the proliferation of newer food strips. CONGRESSIONAL AVENUE EXT. the La Loma district. and a parade of roasted pigs are paraded in costumes. timeless and novelty dining concepts make this place not only a hub for learning but for eating as well! [6] SIDCOR WEEKEND MARKET @ ETON CENTRIS The mother of all weekend markets. . a Lechon Festival is held yearly on the month of May. ornamentals and regional products. DAMPA SA FARMERS MARKET The concept of choosing fresh seafood and meat and having them cooked hasn’t dampened at all! As one of the cleanest wet markets in the country. it started in 2000 in 2 previous locations before finally settling in Eton Centris. Quezon City residents continue to flock to the area. The road may be long but the journey to your next food stop is just a walk away! VISAYAS AVENUE Visayas Avenue was once the de jure dining and drinking spot of the city in the 1990s. MERCATO CENTRALE @ UP-AYALA TECHNOHUB The concept of outdoor dining started by Mercato Centrale is now in one of the country’s most dynamic live-work-and-play communities. You can also buy clothes. Get your freshest batch of farm-to-table products. where gustatory possibilities just keep poppin’ up! KATIPUNAN AVENUE / LOYOLA HEIGHTS Live to learn and eat in the city’s university alley! Located beside and in front of some of the country’s top schools. Home to some of the country’s known well known lechon shops like Lydia’s. the guarantee of freshness and home-cooked delicacy that paluto brings will make you crave for more. home-cooked fare and take-home munchies. Just a stone’s throw away is one of the country’s lechon capitals. Ping Ping’s and Mila’s.

which bears the names of some of the Philippine movie industry’s biggest stars. so enjoy al fresco dining with a view of the stellar Eastwood City Walk of Fame. . music and bonding with friends and family.Nighttime comes alive with eating. EASTWOOD CITYWALK Romance and elegance fill the ambience of Eastwood’s restaurant strip.