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Mercato Centrale Is Now Open at the Dolphin Park of Glorietta 4

Mercato Centrale, the authority when it comes to food park recently opened its Makati food hub every Thursday and Friday at the Dolphin Park of Glorietta 4. Highlighting Mercato Centrale Glorietta is Margarita Fores’ newest Italian street food concept, a Raclette cheeseburger, beef wagyu cubes, sushi bars, lechon belly, Vietnamese Noodle dishes, Greek street food, Bak Kut Teh, Indian tikka, dessert milkshakes, and a whole lot of of mouthwatering goodies.


There’s also the artisinal cocktail pop up bar form DrinkManila.com- the country’s first online drink destination, as well as live music performances from local Indie artists. Of course, another highlight is that you can use your GCash App to pay for your food without having to worry about opening your wallet and waiting for change. Very easy and convenient to use. Check out this link — Mercato Cenrale x GCash


The Mercato Centrale markets has incubated many great food concepts that have successfully graduated from the market including Manang’s Chicken, Mamalou’s Shawarma Bros, Brasas, Bawai’s Merry Moo, Sunrise Buckets, Tokyo Tempura, and many more. All the vendors of Mercato Centrale undergo a rigorous vetting process by participating in a “Taste Test” on a regular basis. Moreover, Mercato is now working with Globe MyBusiness on a Restaurant Business Network- a network of strategic partners (mentorship, product development, food and equipment suppliers, HR, business permits, micro-financing and financial literacy, accounting and taxation, payment gateways, brand management, digital marketing, packaging and design, food safety and hygiene) that help food start up businesses become sustainable, successful and scalable!

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