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First Review by bry1408

Filling Option - Edit

Like everywhere in this country, veggies seem to be a novelty item (even in veg*n food joints), i.e. Bodhi are pretty heavy on the protein, but a good solid meal can be had for as little as 90 PhP. 'Budget meals' with soft drink (can be exchanged for 'sinigang') range from 99 - 119 PhP; or if you order from the bain marie, dishes cost 70 PhP each and rice is 20 PhP. Most items are discounted by 30% between 9:00 - 10:00 pm. The worst thing about Bodhi is the service, which is pretty lacklustre.

Updated from previous review on 2017-01-03

Pros: vegetarian, relatively inexpensive, not bad food

Cons: heavy on the mock meat, very few veggies, pretty awful service

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Good food with good price - Edit

Went here last Sunday and just about the right time for me to eat after my swimming routine. I ordered 2 dishes and both are freshly cooked meaning not reheated. They also have some variety not found in other outlets which made my visit worthwhile. Good vegetarian food freshly cooked at a affordable price.

Pros: Affordable, Lots of variety, Freshly cooked

Cons: Found in foodcourt so seats are not easy

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