If you're up for some Korean food and good coversation with your friends I would suggest you to visit Dongane. It's located near the old Park n Shop.
What: Dongane Korean Restaurant
Where: SBMA near old Park n Shop
Price range: P250+ per head
After entering the first gate to SBMA, just walk straight ahead. You would want to turn left before the first Ministop (not the one on the other side of the street) and pass through the old Park n Shop to DBP's block. Turn to your left from there and you'll find it.
I've been craving for some ramyun that day but the cheapest korean restaurant near campus is always full. Then a friend suggested me to try one near Pag-asa market. It's the orange colored store with clear glass windows and food signages.
It's been there for a long time but I was too scared to go in because in the past, the windows were tinted. The building isn't so appealing from outside either. But after my friend confirmed that the food is good, I just gotta try.
The place isn't that bad inside. I can't really feel the aircon but it's not hot either. I also like their partitions because people don't get to see how much I'm eating given the right table.
Kudos is a small restaurant which opened a few months ago in Olongapo City right in front of St. Joseph Church/College. The restaurant seemed really humble with an open store and a simple set up of six foldable wooden tables and small chairs. You may think it’s just a small canteen targeting student’s but there’s more to that in their menu.
I went to the hospital to pick up a few certificates the other day. Unfortunately, it wasn't easy to get a cab in that area so I had to walk a few blocks. On my way back, I found a new coffee place around the SBMA area, 4th block from the 1st gate car entrance. Sure there's Starbucks and Coffee Bean at Ayala Harbor Point but those places can get too crowded and most times, I just want to have coffee some place quiet.
The Portuguese owned coffee house started April of this year and they're open from 7:00am to 10:00pm.