Metro Manila · Offbeat [closed]
Located near Malugay’s B-Side bar, this little burger place was not exactly enjoying a lot of foot traffic, but when you had the time to explore the inner parts of 7274 Malugay, more popularly known as The Collective, you should have tried the food at Offbeat. Offbeat Cafe sat right beside noodle house Wabi Sabi.
Although the café was primarily a burger joint, Offbeat also offered rice meals and pasta. If you were craving for Offbeat’s Kebab-O-Burger or the Rib-eye Steak, you could call 87878. Offbeat was one of the less popular places inside The Collective but if you would like to try out a new place, going to Offbeat was a good idea.
Delivery, only for Makati.
Why Megacitizens Should Pay This Establishment A Visit
Megacitizens craving for burgers should have paid this restaurant a visit. The meals were quite generous and the atmosphere was very relaxing too. The place was not very big and one can say that dining here could be intimate thanks to their cozy interiors. Although far from being called a fine dining restaurant, Offbeat offered a better atmosphere than other burger joints in the area.
The place offered discounts on some of the burgers on certain occasions. They also had Krispy Kreme Cheeseburgers and other distinctive burger types, such as the heart-stopping, jaw-dropping, glazed doughtnut burger.
Location & How To Get There
Offbeat was located inside The Collective, just a few meters away from the Conception Industries building on Malugay Street. Malugay is sandwiched by major roads Senator Gil Puyat Avenue and Metropolitan Avenue.
7274 Malugay Street, Makati City