Dolphin Park, Glorietta Complex, Makati, Metro Manila
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- Food Bazaar
- Business Hours
- Open: 4:00p - 3:00a
- 4:00p - 3:00a
- 4:00p - 3:00a
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Saw this near Glorietta so we decided to try it since we are so hungry from traveling. I got laing, lemon juice and t bone steak from one of the stalls and everything is good and very filling. The laing has big servings and wasn't able to finish everything.
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I've been to Mercato in BGC already but this one is nearer in my office so I switched to this branch. We go here early, usually around 6-7pm since beyond those hours, this place is already packed, esp on those stalls which are more mabenta.
My office amigas and I have been going here every Friday last month and this month. As for me, I am always after the isaw and Hunger Buster's Dying Burger.
Hunger Buster's Dying Burger is a favorite even when I'm in Mercato BGC! It's a single patty burger with mushroom, bacon, and cheese! Not bad for P100. It's not an 80% bun 20% patty type. I find the Dying Burger also better than any other burgers of known burger joints.
There were also a lot of stalls for ihaw ihaw. Not all stalls are guaranteed for clean isaw since some are not grilling the food well. But there's this one which cooks the ihaw ihaw well, we always order 3 for P100! There is also cheese hungarian sausage for P70 with rice and liempo or chicken (grilled) for P100.
There are also lots for rice and pasta meals but I haven't tried. Mostly beef dishes and bagnet. Desserts are crepe cake and small cakes.
Compared to BGC Mercato, this has lesser stalls. They don't have the churros stall here.
Thanks Gwen I for adding this place. And oh by the way, this branch is only open every Thursday and Friday, 4pm to 3am.
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Second time at Mercato, first time to write a review. I met with a dear friend on a gloomy Thursday afternoon, we were both hungry after sharing a couple of laughs. We decided to swing by Mercato to grab some grub.
Limited choices compared to the one in BGC. I actually prefer this as i wouldn't get woozey with the options. We settled on muching on unhealthy stuff. We picked bagnet with rice (featured) lechon sisig, Vietnamese spring rolls and some lemonade.
The bagnet with rice is a steal at php 100. Equal proportions of the artery-clogging deep fried meat, tofu, veggies, white rice and longganisa. I sprinkled an indecent amount of garlic to somehow tone down the cholesterol levels. The lechon sisig is equally satisfying. Green chillies, diced lechon and rice, talk about we wicked pairings. The spring rolls is good too - crunchy and best paired with the dipping sauce. We both had lemonade after, a healthy break from all the bad cholesterol intake.
We had a sumptuous meal at Mercato. Delicious and affordable grub for every Juan dela Cruz.
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