Thursday, December 25, 2014

Food Tripping at The Greenfield Weekend Market

Hello there. Spell long overdue post? Been so busy I had to save this as a draft whilst multi tasking at work.

Obviously, I love to eat. Since I started working in the BPO industry, good eats are hard to find during the wee hours of the morning/night which we consider as our office hours. Thankfully, night food markets like Banchetto started operating in Emerald Ave until it had to relocate to different places.

The boyfriend and I used to frequent Mercato (the weekend market at Metrowalk) until it closed because we had our suki shawarma favorite - Meshwe. Sadly, Mercato ceased operations and Meshwe opened their own store at Maginhawa St.

Up until the summer of 2014, we have been relying on takeout/delivery for our weekend meals. Until we discovered Greenfield's Weekend Market at the Greenfield District because a couple of our friends were selling their paintings in the art exhibit at the time.

If you're planning on dropping by, bring at least Php500.

Here are some of our tried and tested favorites.


Nasi Goreng with 3 sticks of  chicken satay from Tili's Satay.
Php195.00

Beef Rendang from Tili's Satay. The boyfriend's favorite.
Php195.00



Stuffed tofu from Tili's Sate with some eggplant mix side dish we got as freebies from being frequent customers of Tili's Sate
The stuffed tofu is PHE. NO. ME. NAL.

The boyfriend and our Milo Dinosaur.

Milo Dinosaur. Php95.00/cup

Nacho Wrap from Wrap Battle (try saying that five times in a row!)
Php99.00

Steak with mashed potatoes and mixed veggies
Php195

Chicken Wings (L-R: buffalo and truffle cheddar, if I'm not mistaken) from Let's Wing It. They have Happy Hour an hour before the weeknend market closes for the evening you can have an order of wings for only Php50/3 pieces. Heavenly.

I wasn't able to take a decent shot of the awesome pad thai that we always order at Sen Lek Thai. Next time. I'll try not to inhale eat it fast to take a snap.

So there you have it. I hope to squeeze in one more entry before the year ends. Blogging from my freezing cold work station in the office, I'd like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas.


1 comments:

Love Love ♥ January 2, 2015 at 9:52 PM  

Great find sis! We really should give small food entrepreneurs a chance, it's amazing that we can find a gem in spite of the huge food market in the economy. I also love taking a trek over Mercato and find new names selling food. :)