Everyone driving towards Quezon City via EDSA will recognize this. Ever wondered what they are? Flying saucers? No.
Welcome to Eton Centris, a "one-stop work-shop-play-live concept". Repeat 10 times. I spy a playground under the UFO's.
Located at the corner of EDSA and Quezon Avenue, Centris Walk offers a complete dining experience like this:
Deep-fried oysters in lemon sauce
A hybrid of adobo and paksiw
halaan soup (perfect for breastfeeding mommies)
sushi party in my tummy
Fried crispy noodles, I dedicate this to my bro-in-law Vincent who introduced me to this dish.
Turon for dessert
coconut cream x sago x mango x jelly = wow
Enter this door to make the food pictures a reality! This is Asya along Eton Centris Walk which offers authentic Asian cuisine. Not fusion, the restaurant offers only the best dishes in Asia.
Asya's chairs are super fun, look at the different Asian heads!
Other restaurants to try inside the Centris Walk are My Thai Kitchen, Jack's Loft, Italiannis, Pancake House, Tutti Frutti, Pho Hoa, and Zong. Soon to open are Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, and Choi Garden.
Every Saturday, the Centris Weekend Market operates and offer organic food choices and fresh produce among others. A must-try and see, be there from 6AM - 2PM.
Eton Centris is so easy to get to via the MRT, just alight the train at Quezon Ave. station. Eton Centris is connected to the station which is super convenient for anyone who wants to visit the new "it" place in town.