Food

JP Oracion: Discovering the art of beer

Popular for his contribution to the Ateneo Men’s Football Team as goalkeeper (and currently, team manager), there is no question that communications technology management supersenior JP Oracion loves the game. Away from the pitch and away from the...

JSEC Round-up 2017

Every year, the John Gokongwei Student Enterprise Center (JSEC) offers a new roster of inventive food stalls run exclusively by Atenean student-entrepreneurs. Despite the chaos of the noontime lunch rush, JSEC always proves to be an Atenean...

Pitas of Manila review

The quintessential tita brings a certain flair to family reunions. Pitas of Manila, on the other hand, knows that straightforward flavors done well trump flair any day. Here, convenience and comfort food are rolled into a handy pita—and that’s...

¡Fuego! review

Even before you see the stall, a whiff of Fuego’s garlic sauces and rich meat will leave your mouth watering. Once you do get a meal from the counter of Mexican-themed banderitas and and colorful lights, you won’t only have your taste buds...

Soulful Plate review

Every year, there is a stall in JSEC that faithfully provides the meal that has quickly become a university staple: fried chicken, rice, and gravy. Though the variations differ from generation to generation—usually in the sides that come with the...

Artisan review

After two years of pasta scarcity in JSEC comes the team behind Artisan, bringing students high-quality pasta dishes perfect for carbo-loading—with class. Taste Artisan’s crown jewel, the Truffle Pasta, is a creamy, white-sauce pasta dish doused...

Barchurro review

Behind the red and black stall at one corner of JSEC, the phrase “Buena onda” is displayed. A Spanish saying that translates to “good vibes,” it’s a symbol of joy and belongingness in Spanish communities, something that Barchurro wants to...


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