AANI Weekend Market

Palayan Rd., FTI Complex, Taguig, Metro Manila

AANI Weekend Market
4.3
4.5 Stars

3 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 1
  • 4 stars 2
  • 3 stars 0
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  • 6 Reviews
  • 1 Recommend
  • 3 Reviewers
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Food Bazaar

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Most Recent Reviews

Jops M.
5.0 Stars

try Glenns bibingka and batchoy!!! and go with the Ilocos empanada with sukang Iloko and im
pretty sure you will come back again!

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Carla M.
4.0 Stars

Mom brought this home weeks ago after their weekend morning trip to AANI Weekend Market. Thank God we don't need to drive all the way to Tagaytay to have a taste of these yummy tarts. She got a box of buko tarts along with other goodies from the market.

Quality hasn't changed. Each tart was generously filled with a sweet coconut filling. It was soft, moist and not too sweet. My favorite part was the crumble on top. 128513 Still tasted good even if you eat it straight from the fridge.

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Carla M.
5.0 Stars

What my mom brought home today after an early trip to AANI. 128513128513

Hohoho. Merry Christmas! 127877127877

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Carla M.
3.0 Stars

This would've been good if it wasn't too salty and oily. It tasted like "lutong bahay" pasta. 128541

I miss the puto bumbong here!! 127840

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Carla M.
4.0 Stars

Looloo finally added this place!128523 yay!

It's not like other markets selling gourmet stuff. AANI offers fresh, organic produce and cooked food. My parents used to go here frequently few years back and a couple of months ago, they suddenly thought of going again.

They went home with lots of food finds-- pancit malabon, arroz caldo, pancit miki bihon and puto bumbong. The pancit malabon was good (lots of chicharon toppings but a kinda dry) and the puto bumbong was delicious! 128523 My mom said they sell puto bumbong and bibingka here all year round. 128077

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Christina R.
4.0 Stars

Thank you Carla M for talking about this place. I have been wanting to go here for years! Years! Its pretty close but I don't know why Im lured by the Sidcor Market in QC.

Since Carla Ms writeup, I have been going here every weekend. Its a baby compared to Sidcor but they have the palengke essentials - veggies, fruits, seafood and meat. They also have a plant section (hooray!) and a clothes section.

For food Ive seen puto bumbong (havent tried it yet kasi diet hehe), fresh hopia, suman, ready to eat ulam like ginataang stingray, paella, empanada, taho, steamed crabs, crispy tawilis, at kung ano-ano pa.

They have tables set up for eating. And its not as hot compared to Sidcor.

The coconut guy there is already kind enough to give me freebies because we get at least 10 pcs each time. Just 20 pesos per piece! One tip, we have our coconut husk shaved and we just crack it open with a cleaver at home, on demand. That way it stays fresh instead of refrigerating the juice which only lasts a day or two.

From my research this used to be the weekend market in Magallanes until it moved here. Parkings a breeze. You just have to pay 20 pesos upon entering the FTI complex. Theyre open Saturdays and Sundays.

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