(SPOT.ph) There’s that one daily dilemma none of us have ever really been able to solve, and for obvious reasons: Where does one go for lunch?
Luckily for those over in Quezon City, that’s slightly less of a problem with the new MGI Main Avenue Hub, also called EDSA Eats, which has some of the best options all in one site: Fried chicken from Max’s, pizza and pasta from Yellow Cab, Japanese-inspired meals from Teriyaki Boy, dessert from either Krispy Kreme or Jamba Juice, and anything (we mean it) from Pancake House.
It’s something straight out of a kid’s imagination—especially if that kid’s got a big appetite. Sitting at the junction of EDSA Southbound and Main Avenue, it has the appeal of a go-to meet-up spot with the convenience of a stopover for long trips (depending, of course, where you’re coming from). Our favorite part, though? The solar panels. We’re hoping to see more stores of this kind popping up around the Metro!
EDSA Eats is at Main Avenue corner EDSA, Cubao, Quezon City. For more information, visit the Max's Group wesbite.