Circle C   6 comments

Circle C is a haven for bargain-hunters like me who live near the Congressional Ave area in Quezon City. Saves me the trip to Baclaran and Divisoria since at Circle C, I can also find various kinds of goodies at low, low prices from toys to pets to construction/electrical supplies to prepaid cards to dried mangoes to imitation bags and shoes to surplus/imitation/used clothes. There are also popular food kiosks/establishments such as Shakey’s, Pancit ng Taga Malabon, Mocha’s Blend, Fruitas, Potato Planet, Goldilock’s, Chowking, etc. You can also find Netopia for your internet surfing and gaming needs, Abenson’s for affordable appliance and furnitures,  Robinson’s Supermarket for your fresh fruits, vegetables and other grocery items, BPI Express and BDO ATMs for your banking needs, and Going Straight salon, Let’s Face It and Thai Medical Spa for that skinsational makeover! So drop by Circle C today!

You can also find more choices at Northridge Plaza (National Book Store, Red Ribbon, Figaro, Hap Chan, Pancake House, etc.) and Cherry Foodarama.

Read more about the Circle C Mall here. By the way, I am also proudly taga-QC.
I'm from Quezon City


Posted September 17, 2008 by margiemiguel in Uncategorized

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  1. uy, taga QC din ako at sa san lorenzo ako nag-aral, ung katabi ng Circle C.. Hehehhe..

  2. please visit my stalls at second floor big c, circle c mall
    f house of fashion..its very affordable and fashionable items…
    from scarves,shutter shades,colored jeans, and dresses. and lots
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  3. how do i get there if i am from gma kamuning?

  4. @ raine:
    If you’re commuting, you can take a C5 bus and go down at KFC Congressional Avenue (near Books for Less), then take a tricycle to Circle C since (usually) mahirap sumakay ng jeep going there. Ordinary lang yung bus, so if you like, you can also go to either Trinoma or Mindanao Ave cor North Ave (across McDonald’s) and get on a NIA/NPC jeep. These jeepneys also turn right at Congressional where KFC is.

    If you have your own car, you can head towards Quezon Memorial Circle,

    (1) Then turn right at Visayas Ave., turn right at Congressional (2nd stoplight). It’s right after Cherry Foodarama and Causeway on the right side.

    (2) Or turn right at North Avenue (or Agham if you know that way), right at Mindanao Avenue, right at Congressional Ave (again KFC), then it’s just a short drive from there.

    You can park at Northridge Plaza (where Figaro and National Book Store is) on your right or at the Circle C parking area by taking a U turn near Cherry Foodarama and the parking entrance is between Mocha’s Blend and Circle C’s main entrance.

  5. @margiemiguel

    (1) it’s turn left at congressional.

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