Malingap Marketplace

49 Malingap St., Teachers Village, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Malingap Marketplace
3.5 Stars

2 Reviewers

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Food Bazaar
Business Hours
Reopens Sun: 3:00p - 12:00a


  • Sunday
    • 3:00p - 12:00a
  • Monday
    • Closed
  • Tuesday
    • Closed
  • Wednesday
    • Closed
  • Thursday
    • Closed
  • Friday
    • 3:00p - 12:00a
  • Saturday
    • 3:00p - 12:00a

Payment Options


More Business Info

Street, Parking Lot
Kids Menu:
Outdoor Seating:
Lunch, Dinner
Good for Groups:

Most Recent Reviews

3.0 Stars

My attraction to odd looking food.

I came here for DewdewcakePH! 128523

I first found out about the Raindrop/Water Cake on social media by chance. They look like transparent blobs which looked interesting! Further research has been done haha. This is actually a dessert famous in NYC which was inspired by the Mizu Shingen Mochi of Japan. This "cake" is actually made with agar-agar, which is basically jelly obtained from seaweed.
This Raindrop cake has a "jigglier" consistency compared to the usual gelatines we have. It doesn't have a chewy texture either. You can choose from 3 flavored syrups which is Kuromitsu(black honey syrup) , Kurimu(mango cream) or Matcha syrup. They all come with Kinako(Roasted Soy powder). I ordered Matcha. Not too sweet. It was so good and so fun to eat. The Roasted Soy powder compliments the whole thing. I thought it would taste salty, but it's like toasted milk powder to me. I could've just slurped the whole thing if there were no other people around haha. #HenrysInstaxGiveaway

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Russel F.
4.0 Stars

It's a Saturday night when my friends and I were in Maginhawa and discovered this newest foodie haven - the Malingap Marketplace.

Malingap Marketplace is the newest communal market featuring various food selections which makes it a bit of everything in one place. It's located at Malingap street cor Mahiyain street, few jumps away from BayanTel in Maginhawa street. It wasn't that big but I think they could fill in about 50 people seated inside. Parking is on the streets and usually just few meters away from the marketplace.

They have pasta, breakfast meals, burgers, pica-pica, some delis, desserts, sodas, cocktails and liquors. You can actually find everything here to fulfill your cravings!

Here are some of the food we tried:
Beef Lasagna by Bhest Lasagna (Php 160)
They were dubbed as the Best lasagna on article last year and man, it was just good! Creamy, cheezy and filling! It has some hints of sweetness and a bit milky too which I believe were the reasons why people kept on coming back for their lasagna. We did go back for another plate of this, by the way! 128513

Hong Kong Noodles (forgot the exact name) by Foodophile (Php 100)
My friend had this and he said he quite liked it! Generously served with seafood toppings. Filling and affordable.

Cheezy Nachos by Hungryhead (Php 100 - Php 120)
A hundred-peso nachos could be either "YAY" or "MEH". But it turned out to be really good and satisfying! Generously served with toppings and the salsa is spot-on!

Vanitea (Php 60)
My friend had this milk tea drink if I recall it right, and he didn't like it.

Chicken Pesto pasta by G! Foodhub (Php 120)
Too salty for me, but I still finished it! Lol.

Cookiezza by The Molten Kitchen (Php 200 for 2 slices)
We had German Chocolate with Oreos & Flat Tops with Walnuts both topped with Vanilla ice cream and chocolate syrup. Both are heavenly good! 128525128525128525 We really love this so much! Probably the best reason to go back here.

We almost tried anything on our visit and we spent like 200-250 pesos per head for the 4 of us for a complete meal. Not bad at all!

We also love the vibe of the market as it has more appeal to the youngsters and even families. We also like the music they're playing - a perfect mix of indie pop and some synthpop/electropop songs!

Definitely a great place to check out with your friends!

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