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DLSU Food Trip

DLSU & CSB Food Trip

The long years of studying in De La Salle University or DLS-College of Saint Benilde may mean getting too bored with the same old food choices. Although that may be in fact true, you may be also experiencing this because you haven't explored Taft Avenue and other nearby streets yet. However, you need not to worry about that because we are going to explore more of the awesome food places here!

If you are an incoming Lasallian freshman, this mini guide will also be useful for you! In fact, you should be acquainted with the famous food stops around DLSU, so you'll be the one to "tour" your block mates! Instant pasikat!

Photo Summary: Food Trip Guide in Taft
Now, we shall start with the exploration! Take a look at the two photo for a summary:

Food Trip Guide for Restaurants around DLSU Food Trip Guide for Restaurants around DLSU 2

Of course, don't forget to check out this special feature on my personal Top 5 Favorites in the area!


You may read the article here: 5 Places to Try Before You Leave Taft (read more)

Update 12/16/2014 - It seems like the food scene around DLSU changed in almost its entirety. Hence, the content of this page may not be as useful as it was before. However, feel free to comment below regarding the new food places around the area.

Update 11/19/2015 - I'm currently in the process of cleaning this one up. A lot of restaurants that I included here no longer exist, so I'm going to remove them in the list. Kindly bear with me, but I think I shall re-explore the Taft area to update this one.

Last page update: November 19, 2015
Just click on the photo to read the blog post about it.

            


Somewhat Hidden Places
If you want to try something else other than the usual ones you got to, you may want to consider these. Only a few students know these restaurants exist, so you can take advantage of that because it means you have high chance of being accommodated (unlike those that are often full and crowded).

    


To check all the restaurants and food places around DLSU that I already blogged about including the ones that do not exist anymore, you may check them out by pressing the button below. Also, I created polls to know what are your top picks (although this refers to the old ones). It will be much appreciated if you can participate. Just check out the link below.



Start exploring Taft Food Places! 
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Enjoy and share your favorites below!

16 comments:

  1. You forgot to feature Agno's famous bacsilog!

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    1. Alright, I honestly haven't tried that even if I'm currently in my terminal (5th) year. Thanks for the suggestion!

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  2. You also forgot Solomon's Guesthouse near Angelo King Institute :)

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  3. Ahhh! Yes! I've been there as well, but the last time we visited was in 2011 or 2012. It's considerably far from DLSU but not with DLS-CSB and St. Scho. Thanks for mentioning that! :)

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  4. Noel's barbecue! Busog for less than 50 pesos :)

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    1. Agree! I was able to try it but I didn't my cam and my phone was dead. :)

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  5. Chicken Chicken near CSB!

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  6. You should include the affordable meals in Castro Street!

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  7. "The Barn" just before noel's has some good steaks and other comfort food.I love their chili cheese fries!

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  8. Plato's wings are to die for... 12 pesos every wednesday and weekends!!!

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    1. Thanks for the suggestion! I'll update this as soon as I get the chance to drop by the area again. Haha! :)

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  9. Thank you! this is very helpful and super informative. I hope you can update this soon! :)

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    1. Thanks for those kind words! Hopefully, I can drop by the area soon. I heard that a lot has changed already.

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  10. you forgot to include AmeehGO Cafe along Del Carmen Street cor Estrada Street near ababu and 711 (leon guinto)

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  12. The foods in Bagnet 8065 are great! One of the best bagnet i tried here in manila! I need to try the others, thanks for sharing

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