This is just my first post out of many (hopefully) to give you readers a helpful guide on where to dine in Divisoria. If you have any recommendations on where to eat in Divi feel free to leave a comment below. Have you also eaten at Chopsticks and Spoon? Do check-out my Shopping Guide to Divisoria
Owned by a philantropic Christian family. Chopsticks & Spoons is one of the many stalls in 168 Mall Food Court in Divisoria that serves delicious food. You heard it right. Delicious food. It may surprise you but trust me, I’m a foodie. 168 Mall is like a secret haven for affordable yet super yummy food that will make both your tongue and tummy happy.
They serve a wider variety of cuisinese. From Japanese sushi, typical Filipino, Western, Dimsum, and Cantonese. What my lola and I usually order here is their best selling pansit guisado (stir fried noodles) with cuapao.
Pansit Miki-Bihon Guisado 180php serves 2-3 persons
The pansit guisado is really the star of their food stall. People fall in line for this stuff and it’s not surprising why. The broth they use for the pansit is really flavorful. Topped generously with pork, pork liver, vegetables, and shrimp. This food is a complete meal on it’s own! We find it satisfying to eat this for lunch or merienda after a tiring day shopping around and about Divisoria. It’s best with C2 Iced Tea Apple. They serve this HOT and freshly cooked kaya ang sarap sarap nya talaga!
I also didn’t like their fried rice. It’s too expensive din, 230php that is good for 2-3 persons. For quality fried rice, I recommend ordering from Wai Ying (also have a food stall in 168 Divisoria 3rd Floor Food Court), post on Wai Ying soon!
The sisig costs 230php serves 2-3 persons. Their sisig was a disappointment. It was served cold, the mayonnaise too sweet, and it was too salty.