Buen Comer

Mahabagin St. cor. Mapagkawanggawa St., Teachers Village, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Buen Comer
5.0 Stars

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Business Hours
Reopens Wed: 4:00p - 11:00p


  • Sunday
    • Closed
  • Monday
    • Closed
  • Tuesday
    • Closed
  • Wednesday
    • 4:00p - 11:00p
  • Thursday
    • 4:00p - 11:00p
  • Friday
    • 4:00p - 11:00p
  • Saturday
    • 4:00p - 11:00p

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Most Recent Reviews

Keeb S.
5.0 Stars

Dining at Buen Comer just took the Mexican flavors out of the box. Passing by the corner of Mahabagin St. and Mapagawanggawa St. theres this small stall which will really catch your attention. A not well lit cornered stall but still full of people. Really worth the stop. The chef's Chicken Burrito got me, heavy on the rice but will get you biting for the next. Its chicken was so tender and juicy, every bite the chicken would ooze the flavors out. While its on the spicy side but the cheese balanced it well. Not your typical Chicken burrito. On the other plate, if you are looking for the light side you can always get you famous Quesadilla! But wait! They have this cheese that would melt your tastebuds out. On the plus side, they chopped a good cut of chicken, seasoned peri peri style that would make your Quesadilla not your ordinary bite. All in all, i just have to say wow, will really come back for my next Burrito, and try their famous Kare Kare Burrito. They really brought the Mexican side here in this small town of Teacher's village.

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Mei O.
5.0 Stars

This quaint food truck na walang gulong is walking distance from the busy street of Malingap. It is situated at the corner of Mapagkawanggawa and Mahabagin.

There are 2 tables that can seat around 6 friends each and around 4 seats at the "bar" area fronting the preparation place. They don't sell beer unfortunately, as I think it's not allowed at Teacher's Village (since it's a residential area).

You'll see the food shack easily under a tree and their small selection of food won't keep you guessing forever which one to order. It'll be easy.

Order their Nacho Potato Crisp. They make their own potato crisps and you might even have a chance of eating a thicker slice of potato (yay you!). It's topped with lettuce, jalapeño, their special sauce, and other ingredients I can't remember because we ate them too fast. It was really that good it disappeared in less than 10 minutes.

They also have the chef's specials. I think the chef's specials vary as to who from their group is cooking. When we went there, it was Chef Joyce and her 2 options (out of 4) that got me were: Pad Thai and Chicken Caesar Salad Wrap. Weeeelll, it'll be caesar salad wrap for me! And I love it. I love their pita bread. I love their sauce. I love how they made the salad wrap something I'd order again. (Not sure though where they get their pita though, I guess it's store bought.)

Next would be their Chicken Burritto. My friend loooooved their grilled chicken burritto; however, her preference is to have the lettuce raw for that extra crunch.

Next is their cheese quesadilla. Oh. Gawd. Is. This. Heaven. Huhuhu. I might be just biased on cheese quesadillas but I stuffed my face with their cheese quesadilla faster than you can butt-spell quesadilla. 128557128557128557

Their bestseller apparently is the Kare-Kare Burritto and we haven't tasted it yet. 128528 What does this mean? It means we'll have to pay Buen Comer another visit just to sample all of their offerings! I'd probably just bring ice cold beer next time to make my Mexican food experience complete. 127797128524

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