Food

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...

Mr. Wang’s Asian Noodle House review

For the longest while, there seems to have been a dearth of options in campus for Atenean noodle aficionados. But that time has come to pass; Mr. Wang’s Noodle House brings together several Asian cuisines to offer an exquisite selection of noodle...

Baybayin review

In JSEC’s decade-long history, a great number of stores have offered Filipino food. For any particular stall to stand out, then, it must offer a fresh take on Filipino cuisine while also staying true to its roots. Baybayin is the latest entrant in...

Bun Revolution review

The burger has become one of the most universal foods in the history of humanity. It is known in virtually every culture and has been deconstructed in every exhaustible way. Yet, Bun Revolution—apt to its name—strives to provide the Atenean with...

Buddha Bites review

Buddha Bites, the Chinese-Filipino fusion JSEC stall, does not advertise itself as such, but nonetheless embodies the identity. The stall specializes in bitesize squid, pork, and chicken marinated with Chinese flavours, and then deep-fried for a...

Rob n’ Fi:d review

Rob n’ Fi:d presents itself as a humble stall in the middle of a bold and busy JSEC. Unassuming and homey, with the smell of spices wafting about the air around it, the stall serves home-cooked Indian dishes like curry and biryani. Taste The...


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