I was curious about the flying saucers I regularly saw at EDSA corner Quezon Avenue. Apparently, my brother and my cousins confessed at our dinner in Mister Kebab that they were curious too. Right then and there we decided to take a taxi ride and explore the place.
And after 20 minutes and 50 pesos we saw the flying saucers.
The remarkable thing about the flying saucers were that they are continuously changing colors making the mood pretty dynamic.
But that’s not all the cool structures in the place.
Maybe it was the unusual structures and the non-airconditioned walkway that made me remember Bonifacio High Street while I was there.
There are also restaurants and coffee shops within the vicinity. Listed below are what I found out
Location: Ground Floor, Eton Centris Walk, Edsa Corner Quezon Ave., Quezon City
Tel. No.: (02) 922 0751
Operating Hours: Daily 7AM to 10PM
Asya, Filipino-Asian Restaurant
Location: Ground Floor, Eton Centris Walk, Edsa corner Quezon Ave., Quezon City
Tel. No.: (02) 994 8467, (02) 738 4938, (02) 738 4939
Fax No.: (02) 738 4938
Mobile No.: 0917 554 7155, 0926 847 4982
Operating Hours: Daily 11AM to 11PM
The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf
We chatted at CBTL until 11:30PM and then we said our goodbyes. It was fun having a new place to go to which offers something different for the eyes. For sure we’ll be back.
For updates on Eton Centris Walk, check out their website at http://www.eton.com.ph/centriswalk.htm