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10 Things To Love In Pedro 'n Coi

A dash of quirk and tons of colorful touches make this dining spot a must-visit

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Photography: Coni Tejada

If you don’t know of the blue Love Bus that once plied the streets of Metro Manila, then it’s a sign you should visit and have your next meal at Pedro ‘n Coi. Owned by 2011 Miss Universe 3rd runner-up Shamcey Supsup-Lee and her husband, businessman Lloyd Lee, Pedro ‘n Coi celebrates all things Pinoy Pop Culture. Featuring interiors that highlight the elements of Pinoy homes, the resto allows guests to dine inside the bus, the jeep, the house, or even “out on the street” surrounded by houses. When they are ready to order, they shout “Darna!” in reference to the beloved Pinoy comic book character. Don’t forget to review the menu thoroughly and see if you can spot a few items named after popular Filipino personalities.

To some, the whole idea of eating inside a bus or a jeep maybe cheesy or kitschy, but we think it’s a hundred percent fun! Pedro ‘n Coi—the nicknames of Lloyd and Shamcey respectively—celebrates some of the things that we often forget to enjoy or discard in today’s globally connected world. Curious about the interiors? It's a hit given that Shamcey is also an architect. Here are 10 more reasons why you shouldn't miss this interesting food stop:

1. The double-deck Love Bus

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