July 11, 2019

5 Must-Visit Food Halls in the Metro

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  • They say that the “food court” hype is neglected as time passes by, aggravated by the emergence of food delivery services with just a tap away. However, there’s one thing that confused foodies completely didn’t notice—food courts have been evolving into more than just a family-friendly and go-to hang out place.

    In fact, they’re now modernized and curated into something more upscale than a mere version of humble street stalls or mall food courts—in the form of food halls.

    Kiss your boring desk lunch goodbye as we give you top five food halls you should check out in the Metro:


    Eatogether is a newly-opened food hall at SM Megamall in Mandaluyong, under Vikings Food Group. Its concept is to literally invite foodies to eat together with their family, friends, or even co-workers. It can accommodate over 200 diners with several booths and tables—perfect for an IG-worthy flatlay.

    Currently, it has 12 food stalls namely: Bag of Seafood, Budae Jjigae, D’Letchoneros, Frituen Batsoy, Fowl Play, Hawker Lane, Jian Bao, Just Steak A Minute, L’Italiano, Mien, Nord’s Bread Hub, Tong Yang Express, and a Beverage Bar.

    Also read: Share, Laugh at Eatogether Food Hall in SM Megamall

    Fun fact? Eatogether is cashless! On your first visit, you will have a Vikings Reward Card with a minimum initial load of Php 300 at the entrance. Otherwise, all food stalls will accept debit and credit card payments.

    Address: 2/F Bldg. A, SM Megamall, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City
    Business Hours: 10 a.m.- 10 p.m.
    Contact Details: 02-845-4647
    Facebook: Eatogether Food Hall

    The Garage 

    Who knew that you could indulge in wide food selections while taking pleasure in games and thrills at the same time? Located at City of Dreams Manila in Pasay, The Garage offers not only food extravaganza but also a one-of-a-kind entertainment featuring the VR Zone.

    Guests can experience the goodness of the food hall with over 10 trucks and trailers to try. Savor well-curated food selections—ranging from large meals and snacks to desserts and drinks—offered by known restaurants such as Little Flour, Pink’s Hot Dogs, Hokkaido Ramen Santouka, Katsu Sora, El Chupacabra, Pizza Grigliata, Farmacy Ice Cream, Chocol8, Juiced, and The Roaster.

    Also read: The Garage at City of Dreams Manila: The Newest VR Zone and Food Park in the Philippines

    The food park flaunts a spacious, fashion-forward mood that provides an idyllic casual dining experience.

    Afterwards, shrink your full tummy by heading on to the VR Zone, which gives a thrilling experience with premier virtual reality technology. Excite yourself by playing games like Mario Kart Arcade GP VR, Hospital Escape Terror, and Ski Rodeo.

    Address: Upper G/F, City of Dreams Manila, Aseana Avenue cor. Roxas Boulevard, Entertainment City Manila, Parañaque City
    Business Hours: 10 a.m. to 2 a.m.
    Contact Details: 02-800-8080
    Website: cityofdreamsmanila.com

    The Grid

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    It is no doubt that Makati is brimming with food stops that every foodie surely raves about. Power Plant Mall in Poblacion, for instance, houses a roster of sophisticated restaurants—one of the latest is this dining hall, The Grid.

    Opened only last year, The Grid offers a myriad of well-curated eats from different cuisines around the world. It guarantees that customers can expect the best of the flashy dishes it presents.

    Here, foodies can try different eats like ramen, gyoza, steaks, teppanyaki, tapas and pintxos, lobster, crab, and shrimp rolls, and many more.

    Address: Level R2, Power Plant Mall, Rockwell, Makati City
    Business Hours: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
    Contact Details: 02-759-4605
    Facebook: The Grid Food Market

    Hole in the Wall

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    Another food hall that can be found in Poblacion is Hole in the Wall at Century City Mall. It is “a curated food hall for people who really like food.”

    Opened in 2014, Hole in the Wall still excites eager foodies by consistently paying full attention to their service, music, and design.

    Customers can try mouthwatering eats from known restaurants like Bad Bird, The Beef, Hanamaruken Ramen, Scout’s Honor, Posporo, and Smoky Bastard.

    Address: 4th Floor Century City Mall, Kalayaan Avenue, Barangay Poblacion, Makati City
    Business Hours:  11 a.m. to 10 p.m. (Mon to Thurs) ; 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. (Fri to Sat) ; 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. (Sun)
    Contact Details: 02-801-1230 / 0917-580-2558
    Facebook: Hole in the Wall PH

    Commune Hall 

    IMAGE Commune Hall

    If there’s one food hall that anyone should explore in the South, it would be Commune Hall at Evia Lifestyle Center in Las Piñas. Indeed, it is a feast for the eye with its line of appetizing food selections and youthful interiors, not to mention the artsy murals.

    To fill it with excitement, Commune Hall features The Commune Bar or TCB, where you can indulge in your favorite drinks best paired with hearty snacks you can score from more than 12 food stalls.

    Address: 3/F Building C, Evia Lifestyle Center, Daang Hari Road, Almanza Dos, Las Piñas City
    Facebook: Commune Hall

    Do you know other food halls that are worth-visiting? Share it with us by commenting below!

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