SM SouthMall FoodStreet Experience - Mary Grace, Racks, Maharaja, Agave - Part 2

Here's the second installment of my post about our recent food trip experience at SM SouthMall FoodStreet.

Mary Grace
I am a big fan of Mary Grace ensaymada and am so happy to taste this award winning ensaymada of all time! Their very own homemade ensaymadas are made with 100% real butter and topped with imported Edam Cheese - absolutely no preservatives!

Mary Grace Homemade Cheese Rolls is the best! I love the cheese sticks, it's very soft and you'll ask for more!
One of the top list of Baby Back Ribs is here in Racks perfectly combined with salads and appetizers.
Enjoy dining and you'll love the resto's ambiance.

Check out Rack's Family Platters, Premium Selections, House Specials, Salads and Sandwiches
Also I wanted you to try their New Kansas City Style Babys - seasoned with secret rib rub slowly smoked and then grilled and basted with homemade Kansas Style barbecue sauce. Serve with salad and your choice of 2 regular side dishes.

Trivia: My family usually loves to dine at Racks years ago :)

Hindi for "the Great King" - Maharaja in SM Southmall FoodStreet is one place you can enjoy aromatic Indian food. My brother and I are great fan of Indian cuisine and I would like you to try their very own Papadam (a think crispy wafer), Chicken Tikka Masala and Lamb Curry.

Agave Mexican Cantina
If you are craving for Mexican food, then, don't forget to drop by at Agave Cantina wherein you can enjoy your all time favorite authentic and creative Mexican dishes.

Relax and enjoy the music with your friends. Order Mojitos and Margaritas and forget about stress!

[caption id="attachment_6920" align="aligncenter" width="384"] from Agave Mexican Cantina FB Page[/caption]

Trivia: I've tried Mojitos and its really cool and refreshing!

So, if you are still thinking where to go to dine, shop and loads of entertainment? Head to the South! :)



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