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Broke But Busog: What Food Stalls Are At The Quezon Avenue MRT Station?

The station is actually right beside Eton Centris.
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There's no question that the Quezon Avenue MRT station is one of the busiest stops for commuters. *So* many people go through Q. Ave on their way to work. Last time, we checked out the Boni MRT station to see what food options are there. And it turns out, sobrang dami pala

When we got to the Q. Ave station (northbound), there weren't as many food stalls available. In fact, there were only six:

  1. Yumpanada
    Yumpanada offers classic empanadas and mini ones: P217 for a box of eight regular empanadas, and P180 for a box of 20 (!!) small ones. 
  2. Siomai House
    Four pieces of steamed pork-shrimp siomai costs P35. If you want rice with that, it comes out at an even P50. Sulit na, right?
  3. Mister Donut
    We know from experience that Mister Donut's original flavor is only P20. ;)
  4. Master Siomai
    Master Siomai's pork and shrimp siomai naman is P35 lang din
  5. Samalamig
    This stall has a lot of drinks: Buko Pandan, Buko-Melon, Fruit Salad, Mango, Melon, amd more. A small cup costs P15; medium, P20, and large, P25. 
  6. Siomai King
    Siomai King's "Shanghai Siomai" is priced at P32!
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Yeah, three different stalls just for siomai. And we get it: Siomai is always a good idea, lol. 

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If you're wondering why there are fewer stalls at an MRT stop that's considered one of the busiest, it's ~probably~ because the Quezon Avenue station is right next to Eton Centris. 

There, you'll find a restaurant for every craving. As in merong Zubuchon, guys, at Romantic Baboy. Plus, several milk tea options, kahit ano pa yang favorite mo

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