Thursday, March 24, 2016

Mandala Park 6th Weekend Market At The City's Seat of Wellness

It was so nice to be part of the 6th Mandala Park Weekend Market. The monthly market will once again treat its visitors to a slew of homegrown merchants that promote the local culinary scene. And if that isn't enough, the shared space will play host to a fun activity that will surely get the kiddies moving.

Last March 19, the Mandala Park was transformed its green, open space into a venue for their well-curated merchants to showcase locally sourced and crafted produce and provide a platform for holistic wellness in the middle of Metro Manila's hustle and bustle.

With summer just around the corner, visitors can welcome the season by spending another chill weekend afternoon with the people who matter most to them in the cool, open spaces of Mandala Park.





I've seen some old timer merchant like Ribs Manila, Ginger Ale and Fog City Creamery while I am so delighted to try the new one like Gostoso Piri Piri, I am very interested on their Portuguese barbecue which I find it yummy. The Chicken that we had is so tasty and the meat was so tender.




I also tried the best selling burger of Eats Meets West with their mojos taste so good and would like to feature them on my blog focusing on them alone. Actually, I love to try the UFO Burger but Sean convinces me to try the Burger Meats Bagnet which satisfy me as they call it a best seller.


And it's because it's so damn hot that day I ordered Halo-halo in Asiong's Carinderia. I think their menu is compelling. They have the good taste for their Puto Leche, which is really good, even my kid loves it. And we take home some classic ensaymada from Homemade Treasure's Ensaymada.

Of course, the weekend market wouldn't complete without some musical guest. During that time the live performer was the Bleu Rascals who specialize in Texas style blues and they are the genre's band-to-watch here in the country with their old school vibe and cool guy attitude.


The Mandala Park Weekend Market is Litton & Co.'s enclave of wellness and sustainability. It is indeed another way of Litton's in giving back to the community by handling them a venue for bringing people together in their love for local food, music, and places.


For more information on the Mandala Park weekend market series, follow Mandala Park on Facebook at facebook.com.mandalaparkph, and on instagram @mandalaparkph.

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