Whoever said that General Luna St. in Malabon City is the counterpart of Maginhawa St. in Quezon City is probably right but food delights in the city aren't exclusively found along that street, we chanced upon one in Manapat St. and I am super glad we did.
Staycee's is a minute place offering tea and coffee, cakes, pasta, rice meals and other pica-picas (finger foods). It doesn't have a blaring signage that will instantly point you to the premises but as it is located at the back of Jollibee - Malabon, it would be hard to miss.
Photo on top is their own version of Lasagna, you would have to shell a hundred and fifty pesos (Php150.00) to have a dig at this cheesy delight. I just had a bite, it wasn't my order to begin with and my attention was sort of occupied by the Mango Oreo Cheesecake *tongue out* so I'll hold my verdict until another try.
We also had their Pizza Roll, have you heard of Monte Cristo, it's an American diner staple snack, or Soshiwong, used to be a famous street snack here in the metro, well the Pizza Roll is sort of those two put together and served prettily. It actually taste the way it was named, a fried rolled pizza minus the hassles of unnecessary toppings. For seventy pesos (Php70.00), what more can you ask for?
|Mango Oreo Cheesecake|
Then came their bestsellers... It was food porn in real, hurhur! And for one hundred and twenty pesos (Php120.00) it could be yours to ravish *grins*.
|Staycee's Vanilla Frappe|
|Staycee's Dark Chocolate Frappe|
|Staycee's Strawberry Frappe|
|groupie: Ressy, me and Kuya Josel|
Staycee's Cakes-Pasta-Tea House
Manapat St, Malabon City