Manila East Rd., Angono, Rizal
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- Open 24 Hours
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Mas masarap pa adobo ng Scrapyard kesa sa adobo sa Adobo Connection. ₱85 lang with hot soup pa!
Menu update: ruma-Ramen na sila! Try ko yun next time.
Dapat me Facebook at IG account tong Scrapyard eh. Me Facebook page pero automatically generated lang. #favoriteplace
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Even with the sweltering heat coming this past morning, that won't stop me from eating lugaw. Sorry no pic of it, I was too hungry. But I did take a photo of their delicious kakanin.
It also serves as a sort of a thrift store nowadays. Loving the old but sturdy used chairs and cabinets and drawers. I checked them out and asked one of the employees about their prices but unfortunately she said they had to be priced yet.
Nice, laid back place even along the busy highway. Morning (especially after daybreak) is the best time to come there (it is a 24-hour joint). My sister from Singapore would say how she misses eating at Scrapyard. She prefers the lugaw there than anywhere else (even at the stalls inside malls and groceries). And yep she's right.
When she comes here again (by next week, hopefully), I will introduce their tapsilog to her, because she's been wanting to try that also. Sarap ng tapa nila ang lambot at malasa (kaso kakapiranggot) -- better than Rodic's.
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No matter what, I will always have a soft spot for lugaw (and goto). Whenever I want it, there's Scrapyard where I'll have my lugaw fix, anytime.
But it was the first time for me to try their Lugaw Overload. For only ₱60 you'll get a nice big enough bowl of hot lugaw with many fixings -- chicken, tokwa't baboy, boiled egg, toasted garlic, green onions. Just add toyo, kalamansi, and black pepper. Wala akong masabi kundi super sarap! Para na ring me kanin at ulam -- the pork in particular was soft. *burp* Sakto for these cold days.
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Also known as Scrapyard Cafe & Restaurant, it's one of the "veterans" here in Angono. This carinderia has been there since my elementary days, but been eating there since high school (mga 90s pa hehe).
Since it's located right beside the highway, it's the usual place for commuters who stop over for breakfast before going to work, or for commuters who have come from work but are too lazy to cook for dinner. During my "office days" in Manila I would really wanted to eat out after work but I would face the hellish traffic if I linger on in the city. So I had to beat the traffic first and still have my early dinner at Scrapyard the moment I reach home.
It operates 24 hours a day, so this is the usual tambayan of the night-owls as well as tricycle, jeepney and GT-Express van drivers whose own terminals are situated just near it. Since I work at home and at graveyard shifts, I would sometimes eat there whenever I want some lugaw, goto or binalot, which is really good.
Recently, the restaurant has expanded and included an outdoor seating. The kitchen is now open, hindi na tago, for everyone to see. It now has a stage with musical instruments for live music. I believe they continue to make more improvements. Really happy that our favorite tambayan has "levelled up," so to speak.
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