This morning, while I was browsing the internet, I came accross this informative article on Spot.ph regarding their Top 10 carinderias in the city:Β 

http://www.spot.ph/2010/04/14/the-ultimate-in-cheap-n-cheerful-top-10-carinderias-in-the-city/5/

I haven’t even tried any of them (hehe), but I am a sucker for carinderia food. Haha! I even get more satisfaction with their cheap, and sometimes unhealthy viands than their more expensive “counterparts.” Hehe.

So what’s my favorite carinderia in the city? Definitely, Rodic’s. πŸ™‚ I have been a regular customer of this quaint eatery inside the UP Shopping Center while I was still in college. I dined there as a freshman with my blockmates, during lunchbreaks with classmates, Saturdays after outreach activities with my orgmates, during presswork breaks with the Collegian staffers, with my (ex) boyfriend. Hahaha. Rodic’s should in one way or another, play an important partΒ in a UP student’s life.

So everytime we see ourselves in UP (C is also an alumni :-]), we always make it a point to eat here. And you will always see us savoring these:

Hotsilog: This is our favorite hotdog of all time!
Tapsilog: Definitely, their bestseller. I've only seen this kind of tapa here. Reminds me of Breadtak's floss - another favorite. Hehe.

We’ll be in UP again on Saturday for the iBlog Summit! Lunch is going to be at Rodic’s again, for sure! πŸ˜‰

What’s your Rodic’s story? πŸ™‚

12 comments on “Rodic’s Never Fails to Bring Back Memories”

  1. Wow, Rodic’s! This was one of my favorites during my UP days as well, and I miss it terribly. There’s a branch in Makati near my office, but it’s just not the same as the one in SC.

  2. Naku May di kami nakapag Rodic’s nung Saturday. Instead we went to Mang Jimmy’s for dinner. I was wondering whether we ate there as a batch.

    Pero babalik naman ako UP this Sat so I’ll make sure that I drop by Rodic’s.

  3. as a batch, im not sure… mukhang hindi. si jeanne ang naalala kong nakakasama ko kumain sa rodics before πŸ™‚

    would you believe hindi ako nakakain, not even once, sa mang jimmy’s nung college? pinagtatawanan nga ako ng officemates ko before. hehehe.

  4. Hi there, there are 2 Rodic’s branches in Makati, one is in Salcedo St. in Legaspi Village. There’s another one din daw near Makati Med but I don’t know the exact location.

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