Inbox Food Hub Review – Imus, Cavite

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Inbox Food Hub is a newly opened food establishment in Imus, Cavite where you can chill out with family and friends while enjoying a wide variety of affordable dishes.

The Place

The place was so nice. It offered something new! The stalls were made from industrial container vans, and some of the chairs used were recycled barrels. The place was open and properly ventilated. There was an upper deck for additional seating. So cool!



We certainly loved the place during non-peak hours because of the lesser crowd. There were no long queues when we ordered, there was no need to wait for eternity for all our orders to arrive.  Also, our child was able to enjoy playing with a group of kids at the small playground in the middle of the food hub.

During peak hours (6PM onwards on weekdays and weekends), InBox Food Hub becomes a perfect spot for friendly hang-outs as live music starts to play and crowd starts to pour in. 

Other information about Inbox Food Hub:

  • No smoking allowed inside
  • No free WiFi available

Inbox the Food Hub Operating Hours:

Sunday to Thursday : 4:00PM – 12MN
Friday to Saturday : 4:00PM – 1:00AM

Inbox Food Hub Food & Prices

It’s no sense to provide food review as there were around 35-40 stalls offering various dishes from pica-pica to family and barkada meals. Overall however, the food choices were okay; not really of high quality but just right and fair enough for their prices. 

There were sea foods, noodles, fries & burgers, grilled meat, cakes and desserts, different kinds of beverages, vegetables, meat, chicken, pork, etc.! The food prices range from PhP50 to Php500, and there were stores that offer promotions such as buy 1 take 1 and free upgrades.

We ordered the Buy-1-Take-1 Shawarma, Mang Jose’s Pancit Batil Patung, Firecracker Shrimp of Above Sea Level, and Tochi Niku’s Double-Decker (burger) Steak with Cheese (rice meal). We also had potato fries, 1 bottle of Cerveza Negra, and 1 bottle of SanMig Light.

Sorry, we forgot how much the set costed but it was less than PhP1,000. Taste was okay, we did not like the Firecracker Shrimp of Above Sea Level and Tochi Niku’s Double-DeckerSteak with Cheese as the ingredients they used were old. They tasted stale – at least that’s how it tasted for us – and no longer fresh. 

Since there were a lot of food choices in Inbox Food Hub, we did not expect them all to serve great foods, eh? But for sure, you will not run out of choices. 




How to Get to Inbox Food Hub

  1. There are buses bound for Cavite from EDSA, Quezon City, Robinsons Galleria (Jasper Jean), Ayala in Makati (St. Anthony Bus Line), and Lawton or Sta. Cruz in Manila.
  2. Tell the driver/conductor that you’re getting off at South Supermarket in Imus. Adjacent to it is the Inbox Food House.

Fare is around PhP40 – PhP50 per person per way.

Travel will take around 2-3 hours, depending on the traffic. (Take note though that the capital of “traffic” in the Philippines is Cavite. I kid you not! The 3-4 hours, if luck is not on your side, can be 5-8 hours.)

TIPID TIP

A pitcher of ice tea costs around PhP120 – PhP300. Ice cream and other desserts are also expensive. Since Inbox Food Hub is just 10 steps away from the supermarket, might as well do a little sacrifice and jiggle some of your muscles and save some bucks!

UNSOLICITED ADVICE

Bring your own mess kit (spoon, fork, chopsticks – whatever you use to eat) if you can; also, plate and water container.  Most food in Inbox Food Hub are being served in either styro or plastic cups/plates. Aside from they could pose as health and environmental hazards, they are also very uncomfortable to use. Imagine eating on an unsteady paper plate using plastic spoon and fork. Arrgh!

Disclaimer: We are not professional food critics. Ghaad, we cannot even cook a decent meal. We just love eating and criticizing  (lol) recording our experiences. That given, please do not take our word against us, as our reviews are solely of our personal opinion, purpose and consumption. We may be swayed, subjected, or somehow influenced by background, sex, religion, nationality, affiliation, and experiences.

 

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