WHERE TO EAT IN PASIG: Zippy Grand Cafe - Eat. Read. Play.

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The new place to hang out at is now open in Pasig!



Zippy Grand Cafe is a restaurant-cafe that offers hearty Filipino food, hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, pancakes, board games and books. It has stylish interior and elegant lighting which are both good in eyes. Sit and relax with their couch or have your own space at a table for solo or couple. It's a good place to talk with your friends or have a small meeting at. It's also an ideal place to unwind and escape from the noise of the city.

EAT

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Have a hearty meal and soothing drinks in this cafe!

Their food consists of Filipino, American and European cuisines. Their menu has appetizers, waffles, rice meals, sandwiches, and pasta. You can just choose which of these will satisfy your cravings.

Our favorites?

For appetizers, of course, NACHOS! I only have two things to describe their nachos: COLORFUL AND FLAVORFUL

For pasta, we love their signature Sisig Pasta and the classic Spaghetti both they use ziti pasta.



For their rice meals, we've tried their Buffalo Wings and Beefwarma. Both are heavy and tasty! We even take them home
For their drinks, they have a variety of hot and cold drinks. They offer frappes, Freakshakes, cold brew, TEAvolution (tea fusion), Tea, hot drinks and lemonades.
My favorite is their Cookie Overload Freakshakes!

They also have cakes and desserts in a jar available. All of these are homemade.

THE MENU
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PLAY

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What to do after getting full with eating food? Play board games! They have Uno cards, Monopoly, Jenga blocks, name it, they have it!

One of the good things of staying here is that you get less stress and have more fun. A reason why people look for a place like this. Good thing that we have found one here in Pasig!

READ

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Reading books while sipping your favorite drink? YUP! This cafe has hundreds of books to choose from! From general information to novel, they have it for you. Our favorite? Of course, Harry Potter books! :D

They also have educational books and even for kids. It's perfect to all of ages.

OTHER THINGS TO DO HERE

The cafe is also a nice place for people who work remotely where they can plug in their laptop or device and have a space for their work.

Also, you can have a nail spa with Lush Nails Studio, just right above the cafe!

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HOW TO GET TO ZIPPY GRAND CAFE

The cafe can now be found on both Waze and Google Maps. However, if you are traveling via public transportation, here's our suggested guide:

VIA PUBLIC COMMUTING

From EDSA
Take a jeepney ride en route to Pasig Palengke. Just drop off PS Bank. Take a short walk to Plaza Rizal, cross to the other side where you can see China bank. Follow the P. Burgos St. and you will see the cafe on the right side.

From Ortigas Ave. Ext. (Floodway or Cainta)

Take a jeepney ride en route to Pasig Palengke (the Pasig-Marikina one). It will also pass by PS Bank on A. Mabini St. Take a short walk to Plaza Rizal, cross to the other side where you can see China bank. Follow the P. Burgos St. and you will see the cafe on the right side.

PRIVATE COMMUTING
Once you get to Kapasigan via Rotonda, just straight ahead to A. Mabini St. and turn right to P. Burgos St. after you pass Plaza Rizal. You will see the cafe on the right side.

Zippy Grand CafΓ©

Zippy Grand Cafe Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - ZomatoAddress: 4A P. Burgos, Pasig, 1600 Metro Manila
Hours: 10:30AM-9:00PM daily
Facebook: Zippy Grand Cafe
Instagram: @zippygrandcafe

I would like to send my special thanks to "Chef E" Erica for inviting us on their soft opening! See more of our photos HERE.


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Pasig is a city in the Philippines. Located along the eastern border of Metro Manila, Pasig is bordered on the west by Quezon City and Mandaluyong; to the north by Marikina; to the south by MakatiPateros, and Taguig; and to the east by Antipolo, the municipality of Cainta and Taytay in the province of Rizal.
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