A month from now, DLSU will begin the first term of AY 2020-2021. And while students are slowly getting used to the idea of online classes, nothing beats being able to physically go to school. Taft Avenue is full of restaurants that under normal circumstances would be full of DLSU and CSB students all year round. Now that we’re all stuck at home, these restaurants remain empty. Though some are open for deliveries, it’s not the same without students lining up and filling the restaurant with laughter. Here are some restaurants along Taft Avenue we all miss:
The perfect place where you can satisfy your cravings, 24 Chicken offers a wide range of flavored chicken wings for everyone to enjoy. They have solo meals as well as party packs for those who want to have a post-term celebration. For more information about 24 Chicken’s menu, you can visit their page here.
Kanto Freestyle Breakfast
Love eating Pinoy-style breakfast? This elevated carinderia serves delectable dishes at budget-friendly prices! For more information about Kanto Freestyle Breakfast’s menu, visit their page here.
This café is the perfect place to study and take down notes while listening to your favorite Korean songs! With its calming interior design and chill vibes, it’s no wonder it’s a favorite study place. For more information about their menu, visit their page here.
The perfect place to get a taste of Dumaguete, Bai serves fresh and authentic Ilonggo dishes like Nilat-ang Baboy, Lechon de Carajay, Binakhaw, and many more! For more information about their menu and prices visit their page here.
Who doesn’t love to eat cheese? This restaurant serves a lot of mouth-watering fried dishes that will surely satisfy your cravings. Say yes to cheese and much more cheese with their cheese fondue that you can order to share with your friends. For more information about Everything Cheese’s menu, you can visit their page here.
Wai Ying Dimsum
Students of DLSU and nearby universities know that this restaurant is the best place to get authentic Chinese food around Taft. Before the lockdown, Wai Ying Dimsum was the place where students would spend their lunchtimes eating endless Chinese dishes. For more information about Wai Ying Dimsum’s menu visit their page here.
SHP Bibimbab Café and Restaurant
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If you’re looking for an authentic Korean restaurant around Taft, SHP Bibimbab Café and Restaurant should be your go-to place! The restaurant serves mouth-watering Korean dishes at affordable prices, and its interiors will make you feel like you’re in Korea as well. For more information about their menu visit their page here.
Ate Rica’s Bacsilog
For days when you’ve spend all your baon, Ate Rica’s Bacsilog is the place to go. Every LaSallian knows that you can never escape from smelling like bacon when you pass through Agno, thanks to Ate Rica’s food stall. For more information about their menu, visit their page here.
Which of these restaurants near DLSU do you want to visit first after all this is over? Tell us below!