Thursday, November 19, 2015

Fish frenzy!: Fishing at Aling Nene's Pond, Coloong I, Valenzuela City

Video: Aling Nene's Pond

One of the many things that One Valenzuela appreciates about her home city is the ease of having access to bodies of  freshwater. For her, these render a "province like" environment. Thus, given the opportunity to go on a short break (#thankyouAPEC), there is no more reason not to go fishing. 

It has been a while since One Valenzuela held a fishing rod again. After browsing the web for some knot tying review, off she went to Aling Nene's Pond (ANP). You can easily get to the said fishing grounds located at Coloong I (see instructions below).
Anglers at Aling Nene's Pond.
Luckily, One Valenzuela was able to meet Aling Nene in person. She said that ANP was just a freshwater pond then where they grow fish for a living in the 1980's. They eventually converted it to a fishing spot for enthusiasts. According to Aling Nene, there were even individuals from Mandaluyong and Cavite who go to ANP to fish. Additionally, One Valenzuela also saw several Japanese who were casting their reels on that same day.  
Aling Nene looks on. Salamat po!
One Valenzuela realized several convenient points on why many are fishing at Aling Nene's Pond. To name a few: (1) there are huts which you can rent for half or a whole day (Php400 for smaller huts; Php800 for bigger huts, rates as of this writing); (2) there is a canteen which serves good meals and drinks that you can bring to your hut; (3) there are several boys who will assist you (like in instances where, being a newbie, you cannot figure out how to set up your rod); (4) fish bait (masa and worms) can be bought from Php20 to Php50; (5) a grilling area is present; and (6) a comfort room is available. Do take note that you have to bring your own fishing equipment. On the other hand, nets for your catch can be borrowed.  
Fishing for tilapia (St. Peter's fish), bangus (milkfish), and apahap (Barramundi).
Breath in some fresh air. Relax and look at the still waters. Reel in fish.
At the end of the day, your catch will be weighed. Payment varies, depending on the type and weight of the fishes. In the afternoon, One Valenzuela saw some with ayungin to bring home other than tilapia and bangus. As One Valenzuela packed her bag which is now a kilo heavier, a new set of anglers came in to get some Barramundi with their live baits.  
"Fishing is much more than fish. It is the great occasion when we may return to the fine simplicity of our forefathers." - Herbert Hoover
How to Reach Aling Nene's Pond:
It is quite easy to reach Aling Nene's Pond via private or public transportation from Malanday, McArthur Highway by following the guide map below. If commuting, there is a tricycle terminal at Malanday which can bring you directly to Aling Nene's Pond. 

Address: 675 Cabeza C. Porciuncula St., Coloong I, Valenzuela City, Philippines (from Facebook)
Fishing hours: 6:00am to 5:00pm daily (from Facebook)

Like Aling Nene's Pond on Facebook here.

Guide to reach Aling Nene's (From Aling Nene's Pond FB page) 
Want to read more about fishing in Valenzuela City? Check out One Valenzuela's past fishing escapes here:
Kap. Larry's Pond (Post 1 Click Here) (Post 2 Click Here)
Fun Fishing Tournament Experience (Click Here to Read)
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Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Go Calicrazzzzy!: SN'P and Roll at Brgy. Poblacion, Valenzuela City

Craving for Japanese food? You might want to visit this fairly new Japanese restaurant that One Valenzuela found during a weekend eatsploring adventure at Barangay Poblacion. 

SN'P & Roll began as an online business selling maki, aptly named Make.Eat.Maki., four years ago. It then changed to its present name last December 2014 which is a combination of the owners' initials- Saj, Nap, and Princess. After saving enough capital for a modest dine-in restaurant, SN'P & Roll formally opened its door to the public this March. 
SN'P & Roll: We satisfy your cravings
SN'P and Roll has california maki packages which can be enjoyed solo or with a group of friends.
The restaurant offers appetizers, rice meals, "the dons"(gyudon, katsudon, oyakodon), noodles, maki, belgian waffle, and shakes. For first time visitors, Saj of SN'P and Roll recommends that you order their maki and ramen combos. Craving for some rice on your plate? You may also try SN'P and Roll's Cordon Teriyaki, a fusion dish inspired by Japanese and French cooking.
Calicrazzzzy! California maki of SN'P and Roll (4's at Php55.00)
Hot and savory tonkotsu ramen. SN'P and Roll has ramen and maki combos. 
It is also interesting to know a bit of fact that Saj, one of the store owners, once worked and learned how to cook dishes from a Japanese chef in a well known Japanese airlines. Additionally, SN'P and Roll wants every customer to have a wonderful dining experience. "Mura, magandang service, at masarap na pagkain," Saj shared. (Affordable, good service, and palatable meals.)
A plate of belgian waffle to start your sweet morning.
When you are eatsploring around Barangay Poblacion and Barangay Pariancillo Villa, make sure to drop by SN'P and Roll to grab some maki and a bowl of flavorful ramen. Oishi!
SN'P and Roll
Address: 30 Poblacion 1, M.H. Del Pilar Street, Brgy. Polo, Valenzuela City
Rolling business hours: 8:00am to 11:00p.m.

How to reach SN'P and Roll: From Malinta, McArthur Highway, ride a jeepney going to Malanday. Once in Malanday, look for the terminal and ride a jeepney going to Paco. Ask the driver to drop you at Ever Supermarket.

Like SN'P and Roll on Facebook here.Want to check out the restaurant's food photos? Follow SN'P and Roll on Instagram here.
Something new, eatsplore here too!
Still have some space for good food? Head to the trio's newly established restaurant, The Drooling Pig, for some big burger servings and bagnet! Located at #85 M.H. Del Pilar, Brgy. Palasan, Valenzuela City (one pedicab ride away from Ever Supermarket)
From The Drooling Pig's FB page.
Like The Drooling Pig's  Facebook Page here for more yummy updates.

Friday, October 23, 2015

Food Finds! Eatsploring the Ever Supermarket Grounds at Polo, Valenzuela City

October has been a pretty busy month again for One Valenzuela (Well, who's not busy nowadays?). Squeezing in just some eatsploring time on Sundays around the city, it is great to learn that there is quite a number of food establishments that one can go to within the vicinity of Ever Supermarket at Polo, Valenzuela City. What did One Valenzuela see? Here is a rundown of the food spots which you can visit in the area:

Ever Supermarket at Brgy. Polo, Valenzuela City. The usual routine for One Valenzuela's family back then was (1) buy some groceries and then (2) eat right after. Happy childhood days.
Milk tea and more at Tea-Pop.  The first time One Valenzuela had a sip of their milk tea was during a food trip at Malabon. Their store is located just along M.H. Del Pilar Street and will be the first one among the food establishments which will welcome you at the Ever Supermarket grounds. Glad to have them over at Valenzuela City. (Like Tea-Pop on Facebook  here.)

Tea-Pop: Tea and more!
24-Hour Dining at La Sam's Diner.  One Valenzuela got the chance to eat at their mother branch location at Palasan, Valenzuela. La Sam's is very popular among Valenzuelanos residing there, more likely because it offers an array of snacks and dishes other than being a long established diner in the area. (Like La Sams's Diner on Facebook here.)
La Sam's Diner: Di ka na mabibitin. Di ka na magmamadali. Di ka na mapagsasarhan! 
Going Japanese at SN'P & Roll. SN'P & Roll offers popular Japanese dishes like ramen, maki, teriyaki meals and "the dons" (gyudon, katsudon, oyakodon). The restaurant also has belgian waffle and shakes. One Valenzuela loves their california maki so expect her going back to this food spot every now and then. So is this what you call calicrazzzzy, SN'P & Roll? (Like SN'P & Roll on Facebook here.) (See Blog Post Here: Go Calicrazzzy!)
SN'P & Roll: We satisfy your cravings
Burger tripping at Kalborger. Kalborger branches have been featured in One Valenzuela blog way back in 2013 (see Kalborger post here). Since then, more branches have already opened in various barangays in Valenzuela and, yes, in other parts of Metro Manila. (Like Kalborger on Facebook here.)
Kalborger: The LARGEST BURGER in town
This post makes One Valenzuela hungry. You will get a peek on what these food gems offer in the following posts (check the links above!). For the meantime, tara, eatsplore tayo!

Ever Supermarket is located at No. 30 Poblacion 1, M.H. Del Pilar Street, Brgy. Polo, Valenzuela City. Just in case you've been into these food spots, drop One Valenzuela a comment below. Would love to hear about your food recommendations.  

Friday, September 11, 2015

Eatsploring Once More: Food Fest at Danding Drive

A good friend invited One Valenzuela to a food fest yesterday at Danding Drive, C.J. Santos Street, Poblacion II, Brgy. Malinta. It is her first time to hear of such an activity happening in Poblacion II and so she gladly accepted the invitation. 

Grilled on the spot: Big Bad Burgers stall cooks MEAN burgers that will make you hungry real bad. Don't ever leave the food fest without tasting one.
No need to travel that far, grilled burger fanatics.
Mister Champ's Jackpot Nachos can be paired with the burgers. They have fries and tacos as well.
Who couldn't resist some barbecue and isaw sticks?
Savory and crispy crepes, a first for One Valenzuela.
BakeEat also has a stall. If you have been following this blog, you may notice that it has been featured before. You can check one previous post here. 
There are a few more food stalls to check out at the Danding's Weekend Food Fest. And so if you have some time to spare, drop by at Danding Drive this weekend. 

Danding's Weekend Food Fest
Danding Drive, C.J. Santos Street, Poblacion II, Brgy. Malinta, Valenzuela City
(Landmark: Lola Mama's and Mang Bok's Manok along Cecilio J. Santos Street)
Fridays and Saturdays, 5p.m. to 12m.n.
Good food is all the sweeter when shared with good friends. -Anonymous

Sunday, September 6, 2015

Grab a Bite! Lucky Garage Grilled Burger at Brgy. Pariancillo Villa, Valenzuela City

One Valenzuela has been eyeing to have one of Lucky Garage's grilled burgers since last April. After getting some free time from her commitments, she now had the chance to visit the place. Talk about being lucky!

She arrived an hour earlier than its regular opening hours and so One Valenzuela eatsplored a bit more around the nearby area (Ever Supermarket in Polo has new food establishments worth checking out) before going back to Pariancillo Villa. The once quiet place was now full of customers ordering and waiting for their burgers and fries!
The very busy food preparation section of Lucky Garage.
Lucky Garage's customers enjoying their burgers.
See those burger patties grilling? Ay, the smell is so inviting!
The smell of the grilling patties near the entrance is very welcoming. One Valenzuela and her group were lucky enough to find a vacant table since there were really a lot of customers going in and out of the garage. Some would just place their orders of 6 to 8 burgers for takeaway and wait outside.
Chilled a bit with Garage Iced Tea (Php12.00) and Kanto Nachos (Php45.00) while the group is waiting for their burgers.
Bumblebee Cheese Grilled Burger (Php65.00) is made up of 100% pure beef  quarter pounder cheese patty, cheese sauce, tomato, cucumber, and lettuce. 
The burgers that they ordered were really good and tasty. The grilled patties were nice and juicy, complementing with the sweet and creamy cheese sauce.What is wonderful about Lucky Garage is that they also have other types of burgers to choose from. You want some bacon in your grilled burger? They have Rubicon. How about peanut sauce? Try their Peanut Beetle. Want some texas sauce? There's Turbo Texas. 
Worth the wait: The Evo Cheesy Aloha Grilled Burger (Php80.00) on the other hand has 100% pure beef quarter pounder patty, cheesy sauce, pineapple, cucumber, tomato, and lettuce.
Lucky Garage Grilled Burger is one proof that if you serve good food, location is no longer an issue. The customers will search and find you. This is a must try place for burgers when in Valenzuela City. 

Lucky Garage Grilled Burger
Address: No. 47 Pariancillo Villa, Valenzuela City (near the Barangay Hall of Pariancillo Villa)
Contact Number: (0936)183-5326
Grilling Hours: 5:30p.m.-11:00p.m. daily
Like Lucky Garage Grilled Burger's Facebook page here for more updates.

This unassuming and quiet street is a place to be for a good burger experience.
Ka-Valenzuelano, have you tried Lucky Garage's grilled burgers? What is your sought after burger variant? Drop a comment below and let us see what are your favorites.

Friday, September 4, 2015

Putong Polo and Pancit Malabon Giveaway Winner Announcement!

Congratulations to the following Valenzuelanos who joined the Putong Polo and Pancit Malabon Giveaway!

One (1) winner of
one (1) box of brown and white puto (50 pieces), one (1) box of kutsinta (25 pieces), one (1) box of sapin-sapin, and a bilao of Pancit Malabon:

Gladys Joy Ruiz

Two (2) winners of 
one (1) box of brown and white puto (50 pieces) and one (1) box of kutsinta (25 pieces):

Johntot Takbo
Jerika Fabio Castro

Here are the winners!
Enjoy your merienda! Thank you for your support towards the One Valenzuela blog.

Sunday, August 23, 2015

For the Valenzuelano Youth: A Poem on Education and Studying

It has been ages since One Valenzuela wrote a poem. Kindly excuse her poem writing skills since it is a bit rusty. This one is dedicated for the Valenzuelano youth.
Wrote this poem just this morning using WPS Office.

Walang kwenta mag-aral
Maniniwala ka ba na
May kapangyarihan
Ang kaalaman
Mas gaganda
Ang buhay?
Makakalayo ka
Sa pagbabasa?
Isang paglalakbay
Ang naghihintay
Gamit ang panulat at libro?
Mabuburyo ka lang!
Di mo masasabi na
Masarap mag-aral.

Basahin pabaligtad nang malaman mo ang tunay na palagay ko.

“Study while others are sleeping; work while others are loafing; prepare while others are playing; and dream while others are wishing.”
William Arthur Ward

Friday, August 21, 2015

Mang Delfin's Putong Polo: Pinagsamang Sarap ng Polo at Malabon

Putong Polo has always been dear to One Valenzuela's heart. During her childhood days, a brown paper bag brought home by her nanay (mother) from Karuhatan market would signal that she and her siblings are in for a treat of bite size kutsinta and puto. You dip one of these in some freshly grated coconut before popping a piece in your mouth. Yay, such happy thoughts to fill one's mind.

Thus, One Valenzuela was absolutely delighted to see a new food booth  selling these popular and yummy delicacies at the South Supermarket Food Court. Mang Delfin's Putong Polo offers various kakanin together with their own version of Malabon's famous pancit. She has heard of Mang Delfin's through some of her friends residing in Polo and so she did not hesitate even for a second to go and visit the booth.
Mang Delfin's Putong Polo: Pinagsamang Sarap ng Polo at Malabon
Mr. Delfin Gutierrez (in red apron) was cooking palabok when One Valenzuela dropped by their store. He is accompanied by Sir Chris. 
"Gusto namin na one stop shop siya." friendly Mang Delfin discussed. And that is a good thing. Order some puto and kutsinta. Add to that some pancit and you now have your afternoon snack. You can even bring these yummy food home or at your workplace for a hassle free merienda with family and friends.  
One can buy Mang Delfin's puto and kutsinta from 10 to 50 pieces. They still have those brown paper bags which make One Valenzuela a bit nostalgic. Alternatively, they also have boxes that transform the humble kakanin to delicious gifts. 
Hot off the pan: Mang Delfin's Pancit Malabon. Their solo size (good for 1 person) starts at Php65.00. One can also order pancit in a bilao for sharing (from 5 persons upto 25 persons, depending on the size). 
Craving for some sapin-sapin? Bring home a box for Php130.00. 
Other than Putong Polo and Pancit Malabon, Mang Delfin's also offers sapin-sapin, pichi-pichi, sweet beans in big and small bottles (beans, garbansos, macapuno, nata de coco), leche flan, and halayang ube. 
Regalo? Pasalubong? Merienda? Mang Delfin's also has cassava cake. 
Interested to know more about Putong Polo? Read about the history of Mang Delfin's Putong Polo written by PLV students at Aha! Valenzuela here (Mang Delfin's Magic Putong Polo) and discover what is the perfect match for this delicacy by visiting Valenzuela City's official website here (Putong pulo finds perfect match).
Mang Delfin's Putong Polo
South Supermarket Food Court Branch
Karuhatan, Valenzuela City (near Valenzuela People's Park and City Hall)
Phone Number: (02)861-4835

Polo Public Market Branch
Pulo Public Market, Valenzuela City
Phone Number: (02)514-2657

Go one step further, support our local entrepreneurs.
One Valenzuela was pretty occupied for the past few months. Taking a breather this August, her birth month, she would like to share the Mang Delfin's Putong Polo experience to three (3) lucky Valenzuela City residents. All Valenzuelanos are welcome to join and have the chance to take home some goodies:

Two (2) winners of 
one (1) box of brown and white puto and one (1) box of kutsinta 

One (1) winner of
one (1) box of brown and white puto, one (1) box of kutsinta, one (1) box of sapin-sapin, and a bilao of Pancit Malabon

Please follow the instructions below:

1. Like the One Valenzuela Facebook Page and find the post about the giveaway.
2. Tag two of your friends in the Comments Section of the post.
3. Like and share the post.

The giveaway ends on August 31, 2015, midnight. Hope to see your entries coming, Valenzuelanos!

Please click here to see the three lucky Valenzuelanos.

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Ree Chichie Special Cassava Cake Valenzuela Branch

Many cassava cake stores have opened in most cities (if not all) in Metro Manila and so it is now easier to grab a box or two. One Valenzuela and her pack had a chance to taste Ree Chichie's special cassava cake this weekend. The cassava cake that you get from the store is baked fresh daily and so expect that it is still hot when boxed. It is not too sweet and is best served with some coffee.
Ree Chichie branch at Karuhatan, Valenzuela City
This is the small sized box (Php100). It is half the size of the big one (Php190.00).
Hot and yummy cassava cake! Ree Chichie also has langka and macapuno flavors which are just Php10-20 pesos higher than the original.
Ree Chichie Cassava Cake Valenzuela Branch
Address: 180 C MacArthur Highway, Karuhatan, Valenzuela City (Landmark: Near FilOil Gas Station and Balanlay Seafood and Steak House)
Ree ChiChie Valenzuela Branch is open daily from 8am to 9pm.
Telephone Number: (02) 749-6876 (From Facebook; More likely the main branch)
Like Ree ChiChie on Facebook here.

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Something for your Canine Babies: Sawdust for Dogs

One Valenzuela feeds her furkids sawdust. Yeah, you heard it right. If you are new to the woof woof world, you might probably associate it with powdery particles of wood. But then there is that sawdust which is made of scraps of raw meat sold in meat shops. Some feed this to their dogs raw but some, like One Valenzuela, would boil and repack it for easier storage in the refrigerator.

She is not a guru on pet wellness but time and again, One Valenzuela would go to veterinary doctors and they would recommend rotating dog food brands and boiled meat. The friendly veterinarians will also remind furparents to remove the salty and toxic products (i.e. chocolate, onion, grapes/raisins, etc.) off your dog's food checklist.
Fresh sawdust from South Supermarket Valenzuela costs 49.95 per kilo.
Gladly, South Supermarket Valenzuela has sawdust and some other dog food alternatives like Superbite (made of chicken; around Php65.00). Dog food kibble choices are limited to a few brands like Pedigree and Alpo though. She believes that the nearest pet place for a bit more kibble variety, vitamins, and other doggie stuff would be Pet Discount situated along MacArthur Highway at Malabon.

Valenzuelanos, have you tried feeding your dogs sawdust? Or any good alternatives other than the usual dogfood?

June and July have been particularly busy months for One Valenzuela! Whew! Will discuss about this soon.

Friday, June 19, 2015

A Sweet Visit at Lemon Square Bakery Treats Branch, Brgy. Malinta, Valenzuela City

The only Lemon Square Bakery Treats branch located at Valenzuela City now boasts a modern and earthly look. One Valenzuela must say that the makeover is very much appreciated, since it warrants guests to stay at the store a bit more to eat some cake and have a sip of coffee while hanging out with friends.
Lemon Square Bakery Treats along Maysan Road, Malinta, Valenzuela City.
Browsing through Lemon Square's website, One Valenzuela learned that it is a privately owned family business based in the country, founded by the husband and wife partnership of Mr. Errol Vergel De Dios and Mrs. Nina Vergel De Dios. It also has a modern facility in Meycauayan, Bulacan where around 500 employees work to deliver premium baked products. One Valenzuela also found out from an old job post that the company had its modest beginnings way back in 1985. That's 30 strong years!
The new interiors is a far cry from its previous look. 
Various baked goods displayed at the store. With the variety of breads, cakes, and cookies that the place offers, One Valenzuela is now so curious on how all these are made!
What to buy at Lemon Square, you ask? Since One Valenzuela has been frequenting the place even before the renovation, she has to commend on the consistency and quality of several products offered by the store. Try their chocolate cake slices and baked macaroni. Lemon Square also sells beautifully decorated cupcakes, chocolate lollipops, and whole cakes (the chocolate variant is really good). One Valenzuela grabs some ensaymada when she visits the store too. The place also sells the mainstream cupcakes, baked goodies, and Selecta ice cream that you find in supermarkets. 
Lemon Square's sample cake for Father's Day, available in butter (Php285) and chocolate (Php285) flavors. Do take note that if you want to put a personalized message on the cake, you have to order it three (3) days before your pick up date. Why? One Valenzuela learned through a previous experience that the letters Lemon Square uses for the personalized greetings are made from chocolate, not the common icing.
Lemon Square Bakery Treats also offers chocolate lollipops of different designs. One Valenzuela loves the long stemmed chocolate roses every February. 
One Valenzuela reserved a cake for Father's Day last Wednesday. And she bets it's going to make this Sunday a bit more sweeter and memorable for the daddy of house.
Special mention to the warm and very accommodating employees of the branch. Keep it up!
Lemon Square Bakery Treats (Valenzuela Branch)
Address: Maysan Road, Malinta, Valenzuela City (It is in front of Children of Mary Immaculate College (CMIC) and is a few meters walk from Valenzuela City Central Fire Station.)
Business Hours: 8am to 6pm, Monday to Saturday; 8am to 5pm, Sundays and holidays
Visit Lemon Square's official website here and their Facebook page here.

Ka-Valenzuelano, what are your favorite Lemon Square baked treats? Drop a comment below. Thank you!

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Thursday, May 21, 2015

Celebrating Great Moments at Cafe Nenzo, Meycauayan, Bulacan

Every year is a milestone in a marriage, considering all the challenges that married people go through their daily lives. Following the lead of Manila Bulletin's Sol Vanzi (read the detailed article here: The Egalitarian Table), One Valenzuela and hubby went to Cafe Nenzo to have a post anniversary dinner date.
Cafe Nenzo
With good tasting and affordable food, no wonder this place is full of people come night time.
Orange and lemon infused water is served to diners at Cafe Nenzo.
Though brimming with customers, One Valenzuela and hubby managed to have a table immediately. The couple sampled Cafe Nenzo's veggie chicharon, carbonara, stone baked pizza, and baby back ribs. They also ordered a green smoothie and some frappes to complement the wonderful food on the table. 
Crunchy Veggie Chicharon of Cafe Nenzo (Php140.00). Less guilt since it is made from tofu.
Carbonara is among Cafe Nenzo's bestsellers (Php110.00).
Vegetarians, vegans, and carnivores alike will be very happy to dine at Cafe Nenzo since the restaurant offers a wide variety of food and drinks.
Weight Loss Green Smoothie (Php75.00), Coffee Jelly Frappe (Php95.00), Mocha Frappe (Php90.00)
When dining at Cafe Nenzo, be sure to order their stone-baked rolled pizza. The hand tossed pizza crust is laden full of cheese toppings and is served with curly lettuce, alfalfa sprouts, and tomato salsa. Their pizzas come in two sizes, the junior size (good for 2-3 people) and the grande size (good for 4-6 people).

Little One Valenzuela loved the Trio Cheese Stone-Baked Rolled Pizza (Grande at Php285). There are more flavors to choose from such as the Health Buff, Mighty Meat, Cheesy Beef Burger, and Super Pepperoni.

Baby Back Ribs with Smokey Barbecue Sauce (Solo: Php 140.00). Probably one of the most tender and savory ribs that One Valenzuela has ever tasted. 

Good to know that Cafe Nenzo offers low sugar cakes. By the way, Cafe Nenzo also has goodies for pasalubong. One Valenzuela found some kale chips at one of the shelves! She will be grabbing a pack next time around.
Scanning through the many reviews on Cafe Nenzo, a guest said  that Cafe Nenzo is "...a restaurant worth visiting". And yes, One Valenzuela does agree with that.
"A good life is a collection of happy moments." 
Cafe Nenzo
G/F Esperanza Mall, MacArthur Highway, Meycauayan, Bulacan
Mobile Number: (0906)-2332233
Telephone Number: (044) 323-0182
Like Cafe Nenzo's Facebook page here.
Cafe Nenzo on Google Maps. Meycauayan is a brief jeepney ride from Valenzuela City.