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    Centris Weekend Market Food Trip, Anyone?

    A new weekend market in town held every Saturday morning at Centris Walk organized by Sidcor, the same minds behind the Lung Center Sunday Market that's been attracting well-heeled shoppers to the Lung Center of the Philippines compound, the Centris Weekend Market is still on infancy stage that when Tutubi checked it out recently, there were only a few food stalls, a native handicraft tents and the usual tiangge you'll find in the metro.

    eton centris walkCentris Walk with a little help from Photohop blur tool. That's the problem with point and shoot cameras, you can't set the aperture to add bokeh

    On closer scrutiny and interviews by Tutubi with the stall keepers, they're the same stores you'll see at the Lung center the following day and some also have concurrent presence down south in Makati's Salcedo Weekend Market (but not much in Legazpi Sunday market due to it's more upmarket clientele).



    What can you find at Centris Weekend Market? Tutubi bought kakanin (puto, sapin-sapin and kutsinta), asked around for some cordillera coffee (sagada, benguet and kalinga) at Republika de Kapay plus some healthy finds at Uncle George's gourmet breads.


    price list of cordilerra coffee at Republika de Kapay
    empanada ti ilocos centris weekend marketMadam Q's Empanada Ti Ilocos with Ilocos delicacies including empanada, bagnet and vigan longganisa

    Centris Walk has the potential to develop in time as it has lots of FREE parking slots available (even stall rentals for those with entrepreneurial spirit), something it has to its advantage over the Lung Center Sunday Market and probably the looming Christmas season when Christmas bazaars sprout all over the place.

    This weekend market will form part of Tutubi's routine as Tutubi Jr. loves to walk like a drunkard under Centris Walk's giant mushrooms, wander in the playground, ride the train and carousel. The bump cars and laser extreme are not yet operational.

    Centris Walk weekend market is open from 6am til 2pm every Saturday. Lots of restaurants are also already open at Centris Walk: Shakeys, Pho Hoa, Tutti Frutti frozen yoghurt, Coffee Bean and tea Leaf, Jack's Loft, Italiannis, Pancake House, Zong, Claw Daddy Crab House and American Grill, Asya, My Thai Kitchen et al to satisfy your food trip curiosity.

    How to get to Eton Centris Walk:

    Centris Walk is connected to MRT Quezon Avenue station via Centris Station mall. For those commuting, it can be reached from Quiapo via Fairview-bound jeepneys. For Makati, any northbound bus on EDSA can be taken (e.g. Monumento, Novaliches, Malanday except those going to Fairview (they turn right to East Avenue and won't pass by EDSA corner Quezon Avenue).


    Other weekend markets in Metro Manila for your food trip in one place urges:

    Salcedo Weekend Market, Makati (Saturday)
    Legazpi Weekend Market, Makati (Sundays in San Lorenzo Village, visited many times but unposted here)
    Lung Center Sunday Market, Quezon Avenue, QC
    Banchetto on Emerald Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City (Friday Night to Saturday morning)
    Manila Shopping Guide

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 10:42 PM,

    11 Comments:

    At Oct 22, 2010, 9:23:00 PM, Anonymous nina said...

    Oooh may weekend market pala dun. So sila pala ng Lung Center ang equivalent ng Salcedo and Legaspi Weekend markets ng Makati.

    Parang same vendors lang as Lung center no? With better ventilation nga lang and better location :D

     
    At Oct 23, 2010, 3:06:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    nina, i only knew of it kasi may billboard sa edsa pero di masyado kita. BTW, i passed by there kanina lang wala yung tiangge. Sana dahil long weekend lang at wag permnanent wala na kasi nga wala tao...sana bumalik

     
    At Oct 25, 2010, 5:58:00 AM, Anonymous nina said...

    Ganun? Sayang naman! Parang mas type ko yan na location than the Lung Center :(

     
    At Oct 25, 2010, 9:33:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    nina, will check again. i only parked last saturday at centris station and proceded at the old tiangge location. last oct 17 may tiagge sa mismo playgound the centris walk na connected with ABS-CBN's Magkaribal baka nandun weekend market kaya wala sa parking lot

     
    At Oct 29, 2010, 9:59:00 PM, Anonymous Izzy said...

    Wow! The sellers look similar to those who frequent lung center. I went there last weekend and they will be moving permanently to Centris. Hirap sa lung center lalo na pag umuulan. I am a sucker for their super cheap overruns. Meron ba ganun sa Centris? May space for parking? Thanks for this post =)

     
    At Oct 30, 2010, 12:02:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    izzy, as i've mentioned above, lots of free parking there, much better location than lung center (whose specialty is bopis)

     
    At Nov 24, 2010, 1:53:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Do YOU (or someone you know) want to set up a business this Holiday Season? :) The famous LUNG CENTER BAZAAR is again open and is currently accepting reservations!! Only a few slots left! So place your reservation now and start earning beyond your expectation!!! *Bazaar will start this 12/10/10. Send me a message here on facebook or text me if you are interested. 09222566530 Thanks. :) HAPPY HOLIDAYS!


    http://www.annalyn.net/2008/02/11/the-lung-center-sunday-market-more-than-just-food/

     
    At Jun 26, 2011, 12:13:00 AM, Blogger Tsina said...

    Ngayon ko lang nalaman na meron pala weekend market sa Centris. :D

     
    At Nov 19, 2011, 12:01:00 AM, Anonymous juanderfulpinoy said...

    nadadaanan ko lang to. Sana one of these days mapuntahan ko.

     
    At Mar 19, 2012, 12:02:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    paano kaya ako makakapagbenta rin dyan? gusto ko rin ksi magbiz

     
    At Mar 19, 2012, 2:10:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    paano po ba ako magkakapwesto dyn sa centris? gusto ko rin po kasing mgtinda dyan

     

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