This Instagrammable kitchen in Mandaluyong is your dream childhood playhouse

Michaela Andrea
PUBLISHED November 29, 2017 10:26 am | UPDATED November 29, 2017 11:17 am
Photos by Shara Balce/Inside Manila

(Inside Manila) We might have found the perfect place to throwback and feel nostalgic while creating new memories!

You can do all these and more at Hammock Kitchenette, which has been hiding in the heart of Mandaluyong since 2015.

Hammock is the exact opposite of loud and crowded food parks.

They took the terms reminisce and relaxation and translated it into every aspect of the mini resto. This nook will take you to your childhood years, back when ‘adulting’ was still fun with ‘bahay-bahayan.’

Did we fail to mention that Hammock Kitchenette’s Playhouse-inspired theme can level up your well-curated Instagram feed? Well, yes.

Speaking of ‘adulting,’ if you are stuck in the metro and caught up with your work life, this kitchenette serves the Filipino classics your Lolo and Lola make when you’re home in the province.

Their menu—composed of the owners’ and the chefs’ favorite—boasts of Filipino comfort food like Pakbet and Kare-Kare.  

And if you are a young folk hunting for a place for your next food trip, note that they serve burgers, plates of pasta, and quesadillas. 

Hammock Kitchenette also blends both all-time and pop favorites Nutty Banana Shake, Mango Twist, and Triple Chocolate Shake.

Find time to feel homey and cozy at #40B Basilan Street, Brgy. Malamig, Mandaluyong City.



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