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New Mercato Centrale Food Park Opens in SM Mall Of Asia This Weekend

The food park will feature familiar favorites as well as new finds.
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After Mercato Centrale opened a new, socially distanced version of its food park in October, a second one is set to open this Saturday, December 5. 

PasaYahin, BuYummYhan! is an outdoor, dine-in and take out food market located at the Fountain Area of SM By the Bay at SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City. A selection of familiar and up-and-coming food concepts will serve mouthwatering food items in an outdoor setting, which lessens health risks.

A few of the food stalls that will be open are El Chupacabra, Monga, The Alley by Vikings, Mey Lin, Crying Tiger Kitchen, Gringo, Guagua’s Best, Laing ni Kap, TJ’s Manukan, Gen BBQ, Recovery Food, and Golden Bamboo, among others. Mercato favorites like Mamay’s Ihaw, Kori’s Prawns, Please N’ Thank U Café, Kneads by Margareth, Mares Pares and Bad Burritos will be there, as well as popular thirst quenchers like For Heaven’s Shake, Milk Tea Zero, Liquor by Pernod Ricard and others.

Diners can also expect food choices from SM Mall of Asia and SM By the Bay’s top restaurants, and popular homegrown and online Pasay-based food sellers.

According to Mercato Centrale proprietor RJ Ledesma, the food park will help both restaurants and small Pasay food vendors to recover from the pandemic. In addition, Mercato will also donate a portion of its earnings to Project Aral, a program of Save the Children Philippines that provides educational materials and alternative learning platforms to children from from low-income families who have been particularly affected by the pandemic along with relief efforts for the recent typhoons. 

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Of course, PasaYahan BuYummYhan will strictly implement the health and safety protocols based on InterAgency Task Force standards.

 

The food park opens on Saturday, December 5, 2020 from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. daily.

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