Hello, Maginhawa Food Park StrEat!
StrEat has became a must-visit food park ever since Lost Bread became trending in Instagram. Its attractive interiors is also a hipster magnet.
There are several food stalls inside but we decided to stick with a few namely: Lost Bread, Bricks & Copper, Egg-It and Schmidt’s Hot Dog.
It was a bit crowded when we visited around 5:30 pm but the food park organizers were prepared for it and placed ample number of tables and chairs for diners. We didn’t have a hard time getting a table for 5. First on our list is Bricks & Copper.
R and I ordered Chicken and Beef Kebab (PHP100 per piece) without rice as we wanted to save space for other finds.
Service was good as our orders were served within the 10 minute mark.
The two kebabs were plated in a no frills manner and we were given a small serving of red and white sauce on the side.
The chicken kebab had a weird texture. It was also a bit tough making me think that the chicken was still raw when it was served. In short, I didn’t like this one.
The beef kebab was a lot better. It was initially served with just the red sauce; but we had no problem requesting for some white sauce for it.
This was was a lot better than its chicken counterpart. But it wasn’t exactly outstanding for me to go back for more.
Looking back, it was a bit expensive for its quality.
P.S. Parking could be hell here. If you’re on a food crawl, it might be better if you park elsewhere and just walk here.
Bricks and Copper is located at Maginhawa Food Park StrEat, 91 Maginhawa, Teachers Village, Quezon City.