Quezon City is one of the areas that come to mind when talking about food trips. There’s the perennial Maginhawa Street (the whole Teacher’s Village, actually) with concept shops and food establishments coming and going, and also Katipunan Avenue which also has it’s own fair share of must-visit restos. Just a few days ago, another foodie haven has sprung up in QC, and this time, it’s inside a mall.
I introduce you to The Food Circuit as SM City North EDSA. The ground floor of The Block, which used to house the Hypermarket only, has been transformed into a “food circuit” offering local and even international flavors. 
The Food Circuit at The Block was launched last June 19, 2016.
Here is a sneak peek at what you can expect:
Rock & Seoul
Sweetea’s by da.u.de 

GoNuts Donuts
Costa Coffee

Gringo’s
This place deserves its own foodtrip! Here is the complete list of food establishments you can find at The Food Circuit:

Savory Delights:

Amici,
Almon Marina,
Casa Italia,
Eat City,
Grind Burgers,
Gyro V,
Mr. Pizza
Many of the restaurants at The Food Circuit offer Asian special dishes.

Classic Favorites:

Bistro Remedios,
Café Adriatico,
Conti’s Bakery and Café,
Gringo
From Cafe Adriatico Express

Asian Flavors:

Bubble Tea,
Osaka Ohsho,
BonChon,
King Chef,
Tamarind,
Rock & Seoul,
Nadai Fujisoba
King Chef Dumplings

Delightful Desserts:

Baskin Robbins,
Café Shibuya,
GoNuts Donuts,
Costa Coffee,
Kumori,
La Lola Churreria,
La Macaronerie,
Sweetea’s by Da.u.de,
Tous Les Jours.
Signature Cheese Tart by Kumori
The Food Circuit is conveniently located at the ground floor of The Block, SM North EDSA.

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