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First Review by Green Monster

Typical Chinese Resto - Edit

It was my first time to eat in this location. The place is a bit old as well as the interiors. The food tasted like any other food will taste when you buy a Bodhi meal. Same taste everywhere. They use egg in some of their menu so be careful when ordering and be sure to ask. A bit pricey but some meals tend to go 50% during their closing hours.

Pros: Economical

Cons: Old place, Same taste


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Nasty and disgusting - Edit

Bodi is by far the WORST vegetarian food ever created.
Only the 40 pesos "BBQ stick" is worth getting. I'm not quite sure how they can make food this bad.

Pros: they seem to be everywhere, the red sauce tastes nice but

Cons: Quality of food, Taste of Food, Level of service


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bodhi - Edit

Outlets at SM Cubao, SM North EDSA, SM MegaMall, SM South Mall, SM City Manila, SM Makati, Tutuban Center, and Banawe Street cor. Del Monte Avenue

If you're craving traditional Pinoy food, head to your nearest Bodhi stall. Fortunately, they're easy to find; stalls are located in many Metro Manila malls. Bodhi offers great vegetarian food at affordable prices--try vegetarian versions of Pinoy dishes such as kare-kare, menudo, and afritada. Pure and simple, Bodhi's mock meats have it all over the "real thing." For more veg restos, visit. http://www.petaasiapacific.com/feature-VegEatingInThePhilippines.asp


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Bodhi for cheap veg food - Edit

If you're craving traditional Pinoy food, head to your nearest Bodhi stall. Fortunately, they're easy to find, with stalls in many Metro Manila malls. And the best news is that meals can't get more affordable! Try vegetarian versions of Pinoy dishes such as kare kare, menudo, and afritada. Pure and simple, Bodhi's mock meats have it all over the "real thing."


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