I wouldn’t be surprised if this becomes the next Mang Inasal

I love its unique Filipino traffic concept that is well incorporated in the interior. It’s perfect for Philippine traffic-themed party.

I’ve been seeing Jeepok since 2013 (if I’m not mistaken) on our way home to Cavite but never did it cross my mind to drop by and try what they’ve got to offer. I thought it was just another cheap Filipino franchise concept that will soon die out. Until one night, rain poured so hard that I and my husband needed a roof to avoid us getting soaked. We stumbled upon Jeepok and what a find. It is just along Aguinaldo Highway. One of its staff said that their management is planning to put up some branches in select malls nationwide.

I love Jeepok’s unique Filipino traffic concept that is well incorporated in the interior.

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Old rears of jeepney wheels on wall and tables

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*The history of jeepney as Philippine’s unique mode of transportation.

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jeepney miniature hanging on the wall

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jeep front bumper at the counter

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Traffic Light

Have you notice one of the guests who looks like a traffic enforcer? He complements very well in the general ambience of the restaurant. At first glance, I have honestly thought that he was part of the crew. Why not? Just in case the owner of Jeepok happens to read this blog, I strongly suggest to have his/her crew wear something like this.

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road signs up the ceiling

Road signs on the wall

Road signs on the wall

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waiting card

What we ordered:
We enjoyed the food we ordered. My husband, who is skilled in cooking, is a bit picky when it comes to food but that time, I saw him very much satisfied. He even pressed me to visit Jeepok again the next day.

BBQ Diesel Php 99

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Honey Spicey Unleaded
Php99

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The taste is better than Jollibee’s Honey Glazed Chicken

On our second visit, we ordered

Chikpok Wings
Php99

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Did I mention that Jeepok has Mang Inasal’s unlimited rice version? They called it Ride All U can.

Regular soft Drinks cost P25php while a glass of iced tea is P29pph. Bottomless iced tea costs 40php.

They also accept party reservations for as low as Php10,000 for 50 pax. If you are creative enough to organize a traffic-themed party the Pinoy style, this is a perfect place.

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ADDRESS:

Aguinaldo Highway cor. Palanas, Imus, 4103

Open from 8am-11:30pm
website: http://www.jeepok.ph/
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