Last June 28, my friends and I went to Maginhawa street in Quezon City, the famous street when it comes to food trippin'.

I've watched and read lots of reviews and features of Maginhawa street in TV and newspapers, and being a gastronomic person myself, we hop in the car and started the road trip.

We got to the place at around 4:30pm and stroll around the area looking for interesting place to eat. And lo, there are so may restaurant to choose from. We saw different varieties like japanese food, burgers, desserts and even lutong bahay, name it and you will find it. 

Tip: If you are going to commute, wear a comfortable shoes since the street is long and the interval of restaurants are a bit far from each other. 

Since we haven't eaten our lunch yet and thanks to waze app we found what we were looking for. With lots of reviews, we were unanimous in trying the famous Gerry's jeepney. 

It boast of its unique exterior designs that is very much Filipino.
At the gate we were welcomed by lines of jeep that is converted to long tables for the customers to eat. 
The entrance to Gerry's jeepney
entrance to Gerry's Jeepney
Look at the washing area, isn't it cool?! 
Jeep tires converted to wash area
There are also cool jeepney signs all over the place 
These signs are all over the place
And the coolest part, is even their menu list is named after the streets of Manila like Quiapo, Monumento, Ayala, Cubao.. etc. 
Menu for barkadas
We ordered the Ayala menu that is good for 2-4 persons. It consist of:

> Rice ( You can choose from bagoong rice, plain rice or garlic rice) In our case, we ordered bagoong rice yum yum

> 2 pcs of inihaw na Liempo
>Crispy hipon
>Inihaw na Bangus ( plus points because its boneless slurrp!) 

>Ensaladang talong with itlog na maalat at KBL. (what's KBL? Kamatis, Bagoong at Luya)
>4 glasses of Iced tea
> Soup ( We chose sinigang na bangus)
> We added crispy pata for P220 pesos
Ayala - This is the Ayala food group
Ayala - Good for 3-4 persons
inside the restaurant
So, while waiting for our orders, which is more or less 15-20 minutes because of so many customers, we had time to play Sungka.. hehe
 Another Filipino past time. 
store amenities while waiting for our food
And when our food arrived, we all share the same thought... "Attack!!" 
after only 10 minutes
Yumminess overload!!
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Other Info. :
Arrive early so that you don't have to wait a little longer and for you to have parking space. After eating, try the ice cream at the gate which is very delicious esp the avocado flavor for only P20 per cone.
Date of Visit
Waiting Time
20 mins (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
₱250 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
Crispy pata, ayala menu
Restaurant's Other Review
Gerry's Jeepney (Quezon City)
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Aside from the novelty of eating in a jeepney, there is nothing really outstanding about the food. S
Gerry's Jeepney (Quezon City)
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Enjoy Your Ride at Gerry's JeepneyUpon arriving at Gerry's Jeepney Restaurant my reaction was "Wow
Gerry's Jeepney (Quezon City)
Bump in to Filipino Cuisine at Gerry's Jeepney
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