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Mercato Centrale opens 1st physical store in Makati City

Steph Arnaldo
Mercato Centrale opens 1st physical store in Makati City

RESTAURANT. Mercato Centrale launches its first brick-and-mortar store in Makati City.

Mercato United Kitchen

The popular BGC weekend night market now has its own restaurant featuring 19 of its merchants for delivery and takeout

Bonifacio Global City’s weekend night market Mercato Centrale on Friday, August 6, launched its first physical restaurant called Mercato United Kitchen, a cloud kitchen housing 19 vendors for takeout and delivery.

Mercato United Kitchen

Al fresco dining with protocols will be allowed when the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) is lifted.

Mercato United Kitchen
Mercato United Kitchen

The new brick-and-mortar concept is located in Ayala Circuit Mall in Makati City and allows customers to order various dishes from different merchants under one delivery fee. Mercato United Kitchen’s local brands include:

  • Above Sea Level
  • Bounty Sprouts
  • Capa’s Seafood Crisps
  • Chef Rocky’s Kitchen
  • Green Meat Hub
  • Cabanatuan’s Harvest Cafe and Bistro
  • Ibarra’s Kitchen
  • Cavite’s PizzaDidi
  • Kahatea PH
  • Khuttz Diner
  • Kuranosuke
  • PARES Express
  • Takoichi
  • The Gourmet Kitchen
  • Tipsy Cream
  • Wildsmoke
  • Wok Brothers

Mercato is also introducing international brand The Cheesecake Factory and Cebu’s Zubuchon Lechon to their roster.

Mercato United Kitchen

Mercato United Kitchen is open daily from 10 am to 6 pm during ECQ, and from 10 am to 9 pm during general community quarantine. Customers can order for citywide delivery via 7719-0808, Mercato’s website, GrabFood, foodpanda, or DingDong PH. Contactless ordering in-store is also available via a QR code.

Mercato United Kitchen

The weekend food festival closed for business at the start of March 2020’s lockdown. They launched their first online delivery portal in June 2020 and reopened for outdoor dining in October 2020 at High StrEAT, an outdoor takeout food market at the Bonifacio High Street Ampitheater in Taguig City.

Mercato United Kitchen

Mercato Centrale’s Midnight Mercato food fair was first launched in 2011 at the BGC Tent, featuring several local start-ups and food businesses in one place. – Rappler.com

Steph Arnaldo

If she’s not writing about food, she’s probably thinking about it. From advertising copywriter to freelance feature writer, Steph Arnaldo finally turned her part-time passion into a full-time career. She’s written about food, lifestyle, and wellness for Rappler since 2018.