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This Revamped Dining Hub is Redefining Food Courts

Glorietta’s new and improved Food Choices just reopened with a new look and lineup.
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Let’s be real. Food courts are not the most desirable food destinations, but Glorietta’s revamped Food Choices is challenging the way malls put together a bunch of food kiosks. Its makeover alone is enough of a talking point (remember the neon lights and squeaky chairs?), but the curated stalls is what sets it apart.

The dining hub has over 30 choices ranging from Filipino home cooking to Asian flavors and healthy options. It’s an affordable one-stop shop for everything an adventurous diner could crave for, whether that’s Sushi Nori’s sushi rolls and poke bolls or Peppy Olive’s Mediterranean dishes.

And the sleek interiors definitely don’t hurt.

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Photo by Sushi Nori.
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Food Choices is located on the third floor of Glorietta 4, Ayala Center, Makati.

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