Cheap Eats

When you're saving up, where do you go to get your fill? We want to know too!
  |  Jul 17, 2012
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What's your favorite place for affordable food?

marla.jpg When we need a quick, cheap snack, we often head to Pan de Manila near the Candy HQ. I love their pastries and café con leche (and the smell of freshly-baked bread that greets you every time you step into the store). —Marla, Deputy Editor in Chief
steph.jpg My favorite cheap food thrill is Jollibee! Macy and I love the Tuna Pie—it's less than 50 pesos! —Steph, Art Director
mimi.jpg Soms Noodle House is a great place where you can have your fill of the best Thai dishes. I love the fact that each order is good for sharing! —Mimi, Managing Editor
angel.jpg I go for Chowking—they've got many filling but cheap meals, and I think the food is healthier than other fast food chains. —Angel, Associate Features Editor
McDonald's or Potato Corner fries are the best. —Sam, Associate Fashion Editor
dyan.jpg When I was in college, it was Lutong Bahay and CASAA in UP. Now, it's one of the stalls in our office building's mini canteen. Dyan, Assistant Entertainment Editor
macy.jpg One of my favorite meals is the fried chicken from Ministop. For under P100, I get a full meal plus extra gravy! —Macy, Web Managing Editor
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