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This market is a real treat for foodies with lots of local specialties - every type of rice cake, grilled meats, international foods, native fruits. Go Early as it fills up quick. A very nice introduction to Filipino food if you are visiting for the...More
Well worth the long drive from North Edsa. An excellent mix of fresh fruit and veg, baked goods, meats and fish, flowers, artisan works. Lots of opportunity to eat there, but I preferred to take home for the week. Enjoyed boneless bangus for the first...More
This place is even more disgusting than the Legazpi Sunday Market. At least at Legazpi, the carnivores are all bundled together in a specific area and one can more or less avoid them. Here, they are spread all over the market. The odors are truly...More
The food choices in this market is amazing. Even if there are no greens/vegetables in the groceries they have nice, fresh vegetables here. The vendors are well curated! You can spend so many hours here. Parking can be challenging though but it should be doable.
This charming fresh market is one of the reason I decided to move to Salcedo Village. happens every Saturday, and even if it makes a mess out of the traffic around the market, it is a refreshing addition to the village. Fresh fruits, veggies and...More
If you are ever in Makati, plan to visit Salcedo Saturday Market. It's an outdoor market in this gated area where different vendors sell their fares. You have your choice of different foods you can eat there, fresh fruits and produce you can buy, and...More
Great place to start your Saturday morning, with lots of eating choices along with the shopping options from the local farmers who bring in their produce here every week. Lots of local eateries also put up their stalls for eats, and yes the provisions here...More
A once a week escape from the speed and industrialized lifestyle of living in Manila.
One can walk around and look at a mix of home-biz, artisanal food offerings... from raw, fresh ingredients - veggies to fresh fish to international and local cuisine offerings.