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Friday, September 6, 2019

 The most common question that I get whenever I'm with someone would be "where will we eat?". It's the go to line for any foodie in the metro. Saan Masarap Kumain? It's just one of those things that could be easily answered yet it's difficult. You have to take note of the people you're with. Their personal preference and even your budget. Enter food halls. One of them in particular would be THE GRID FOOD MARKET. Located in Rockwell, Powerplant, this gorgeous food hall was well curated. Different stalls to cater to your wants and needs. They have everything for everyone. From booze to juice, from snacks to meals, from noodles to tapas, and even sweets to more sweets.
As you enter the GRID, on your left side, this wine selection would greet you. Aside from all sorts of bottled alcohol, they also have craft beer and even slices of premium ham. You may partner them with excellent cheese.
 Aside from this, head on over to the middle of the GRID. This stall number 12 serves coffee and other cocktail concoctions. You got to check out their drink list.
 Rambla's would be another sought after stall. A well established restaurant chain, this one serves it's best and brightest.
 Aside from chorizo, they also have other pica-pica. Their pintxos and tapas like this croquetas is filled with oozy goodness.
 This calamares' squid is cooked to perfection. The meat is not soggy nor too hard. The batter is perfect with the garlic aioli.
 Another must visit would be Gochu-gang. They serve this amazing noodle dish. It's called FIRE NOODLES. You got to have a good sense of your taste bud. You could order based on your spicy preference. To be honest, I can't wait to try their other Korean dishes.
You should not miss the NASI LEMAK. You could actually choose between the deep fried crunchy chicken or the grilled salmon. The salmon is glazed with a tangy yet sweet sauce. Partnered all the stuffings of a traditional nasi lemak, you can't go wrong with this one.
 For desserts, one of the stalls you could head on over to would be the WORKSHOP.
Aside from their 17 layered cakes, their brownies and small bites work well. Partnered with coffee, juices, or cocktails from EDSA, you will have a heck of a time here.

So rather than blame yourself if your friends and family don't like your choice of restaurant, you could head on over here. More choices for everyone.


Disclaimer:wrote this based on my experience. was invited to this event.
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