This is by no means a comprehensive guide, but more of my experience during my most recent visit to UP Diliman. I am someone that comes from the south of the metro so by the time I arrived in UP Diliman, I was already tired, hungry, and thirsty. The steed that I brought this time around was my favorite scooter of all time – the Kymco Super 8 150 now with a new red color. I say favorite because I have been fortunate enough to own not 1 but 2 previous versions, the Orange Super 8 125 and the Blue Super 8 125. It was a Sunday morning when I started my weekend ride and since I had a scheduled photoshoot somewhere in QC, I think it would be a nice way to spend my Sunday by roaming around State U. I was not just in it for the clear roads and nice view of trees and people as I also wanted to go back to my favorite food street in Quezon City. No it is not the famous Maginhawa, but the relatively obscure J.P. Laurel street in UP Diliman. There are several small diners lined up, with some dating back to the 70’s and 80’s. There is a coffee shop, longganisa shop, Japanese restaurant, pandesal store, your regular turo-turo, shawarma stand and even a fruit shake stand.