Divisoria Market, the country's premier, if not the biggest combined wholesale and retail center, as well as the largest spillover ambulant and flea market, is here.
Tutuban Mall, West Loop Road, C. M. Recto Ave. (From Bambang LRT-1 Station, take a tricycle and ask driver to drop you off at Tutuban Mall). This mall has gained reputation for it being a budget-friendly mall. Just across the mall is the Philippines' own Grand Central Station; the Philippine National Railway Main Station which also has the same name that of the mall.edit
Jollibee, Masangkay St.. Philippines number one fast-food chain.₱50+. edit
Ha Yuan, Masangkay St.. Famous for its Maki Noodles and Fresh Lumpia₱100+. edit
ErSao (二嫂), Abad Santos St.. Serves Taiwanese food₱50+. edit
Sizzling Pares, La Torre St.. Typical place where students eat. Serves sizzling Filipino food.₱50+. edit
Eat Fresh, Abad Santos St.. Known to be one of the pioneers of Hongkong Style Fried Noodles in the Philippines. First started as a small restaurant in Masangkay St. now has two branches - one in Manila and the other at Quezon City. Serves Hongkong street foods.₱50+. edit
Andok's Manok, Masangkay St.. Famous for its fried chicken.₱50+. edit