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4 Cheap Eats at Greenhills Under P200

4 Cheap Eats at Greenhills Under P200

In Greenhills Mall you’re free to wander around stores and eat your way out of hump day with a few budget-friendly bites. Care to take a food crawl and discover Greenhills Mall’s best cheap eats? Let’s go!

Fresh Lumpia at New Sunbeam Restaurant

In the mood for some chinese? Affordable too as the New Sunbeam Restaurant offers a variety of simple, tasty chinese snacks that we pinoys have come to love. Now, don’t be fooled by the sophistication that comes with its name. The New Sunbeam Restaurant is on the casual, laidback end of the dining experience with a turo-turo order system and a cafeteria-inspired interiors. Dropping by? Here’s what to try: their fresh lumpia is packed with greens, flavored with rich sweet and nutty sauce.

Where to go:  Ground Floor, VMall, Greenhills Mall

Other must-tries from this Greenhills store: Fishball Soup

913 King’s Oolong Tea at TenRen’s Tea for P100

The milk tea craze continues and it looks like it won’t be ending soon. While it may not be your usual hip and colorful milk tea place, TenRen’s Tea serves a selection of unique and sophisticated tea drinks. Their bestseller: the 913 King’s Oolong Tea. It’s made of high quality oolong tea which is said to be more on the sweeter than traditional oolong tea. Infused with ginseng, each sip of this refreshing drink leaves you with an interesting aftertaste you’ll want to have a taste of, again and again.

Where to go:  2nd floor, Promenade, Greenhills Mall; open daily from 11am to 10pm

Other must-tries from this Greenhills store: Honey Green/black Tea for P80, Green Tea Mango Slush for P140, Taro Green Milk Tea for P95

LTB (Lugaw, Tokwa’t Baboy) at Bulacan Lugaw Kitchen for P108

Once in a while, you crave for something simple yet tasty, filling and Filipino. And nothing best describes what Bulacan Lugaw Kitchen has to offer than ‘simple yet tasty, filling and Filipino’! Every serving of their LTB is a bowl filled to the brim with their special lugaw, and served with tokwa’t baboy!

Where to go: Ground Floor, Connecticut, Greenhills Mall; open daily from 6am to 12am

Other must-tries from this Greenhills store: Sulit 99 rice bowls, with choice of  adobo, binagoongan, sisig and more!

Spareribs Rice at Le Ching for P210

A little over P200, this steal from Le Ching is worth every cent! It’s a sure winner with tender, well-seasoned pork, drizzled with black bean sauce, and served with a cup of rice that’s cooked to fluff perfection. If you only have budget for one rice meal in Greenhills Mall, THIS is the meal to spend that budget on.

Where to go: Lower Ground Level, Shoppesville, open daily from 9am to 10pm

Other must-tries from this Greenhills store: Beef Brisket Noodle Soup for P208, Hakao for P155

Greenhills Mall has definitely more to offer. For more interesting and delish finds, make sure to take your time and explore every store on your next visit to Greenhills Mall!

 

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