Address: D’Strip, 2o United St., Pasig (Kapitolyo Neighborhood).

Interiors: Skinita Street Foodz offers an underground and street culture via its vandal walls and pop-political references. The restaurant can easily sit around 30-40 pax indoors with options to sit outside the shop for the great ‘tambay-feels.’

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Menu: Each person can easily spend around P200-P250 with Skinita’s various street food offerings — from fish balls, squid balls, kikiams, isaws to its rice dishes such as tapsilog and longsilog.

Skinita Street Foodz Food Menu Kapitolyo Pasig

Food: We ordered a cup of fish balls and kikiams, a plate of isaw and a bowl of tinapa and tapa rice. The fish balls and kikiams were nothing but ordinary, while the isaw were served fried (unlike the usual barbecued ones you can order in the streets).

The rice dishes were a bit salty and could have been placed in nicer plates, rather than the typical bowls you have at home.

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Overall Rating: It’s already been a while since my last stick of isaw, so this was quite a refreshing experience. The interiors were pretty on-point, however the other dishes on their menu are a bit disappointing.

Maybe if I dine at night, with a bottle of beer, I could have enjoyed my dining experience more?

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