Been here last 2009 and the place is still alive. There are a lot of choices available and it's very accessible.
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I rate this small strip mall ("Crossroads") as a "2" for infrastructure, and a "4" for tenant restaurants. The congested parking lot and walking areas are in horrendous shape, with surface areas uneven and even buckling up in places. Very narrow driveway area, without much...More
Crossroads is located along Gov Cuenco Ave along Banilad Road right after the Shell Gas Station. This area is filled with different restaurants with different flavors to choose from. There's Japanese (Tajimaya, Banri) Italian (Trattoria DiGianni) Mexican (Maya) Thai (Phat Pho) and more. There's even...More
If you are avoiding the heavy traffic along the Banilad-Talamban area, Crossroads is a quick stop. A wide selection of food strip, bar, coffee shop and wine shop is readily available
What's good in Crossroads? They offer good food. They have Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Western cuisine. They have after meal too - cafes and bars. They have free parking too! I like going to Crossroads because it's not as large as the other malls. If...More
We would just like to clarify that Crossroads is not a restaurant and it is not in: "Crossroads M Cuenco Ave | Lahug, Philippines as what is mention in your webpage." as the Avenue M Cuenco as you state in your guide. far from that...More
crossroads is one of the best places to go to. night life is full of life once you're here. The clubs are absolutely perfect!
Olio is located at crossroads which is a small, compact area like a strip which has various restaurants. There are at least two japanese restaurants, a steak and seafood restaurant, a mexican restaurant called Maya. I've only eaten at the Italian restaurant called Olio. It...More