Lunch breaks can be a puzzle game of “Saan tayo kakain?” for office workers.
With just an hour of breaktime, you don’t have the luxury to take your time in deciding where to eat. Fast food is there, sure. But if you’re looking for somewhere where you can eat good –and at least healthier –food, offering various cuisines, a food hall is the way to go.
Good thing, food halls are popping up in the busiest districts in the Metro to solve every office worker’s lunchtime woes. In the busy streets of Mandaluyong, the newest food hall is serving meals for office workers on-the-go.
Open Kitchen got you covered satisfying usual food cravings with various cuisines offered. There will be 23 restaurants opening in the new food hall. Oji-San Yakitori bar serves sushi, bowls of donburi, katsu, and the all-time favorite Wagyu-cube skewers. If you’re craving for Tex-Mex and Cali-Mex, Cartel got you. Zapata is your burger and nachos buddy. For spicy and exploding Thai flavors, go to The Golden Hat. Finish your lunch with Fruitas’ refreshing fruit shakes. Drop by to Molana Delicatessen for your pantry needs.
Other opening establishments include Aboy’s Fresh Lumpia, Alehouse Manila, Churros Stop, ChickenZilla, De Original Jamaican Pattie Shop, Steam and Boil, Steakation, Track Bites, Do-Yoon Korean Restaurant, Flow Handcrafted Ice Creamery, Lemon Central, Ligaya Altanghap, Taste n See, Takoyaki Magic, Timplador, and Potato Corner.
This food hall has its first branch at P. Tuazon, Quezon City. Open Kitchen recently opened its newest branch last June 15. It is located at Rockwell Business Center, Sheridan, Mandaluyong City.
With these additional food options, deciding what to eat for lunch is not going to be a problem anymore.
Which is your favorite establishment in Open Kitchen’s newest branch in Sheridan? Share your experience with us in the comments!