September 23, 2021
Foodies craving for their favorite street food and other delightful specialties are in for a treat as the vibrant and longest alfresco food market in Fort Bonifacio, Sunset Market by Mercato at Uptown Bonifacio, has reopened for dine-in customers.
Occupying the entire stretch of Uptown Parade’s streetside along 9th Avenue, Sunset Market provides ample spaces for diners to enjoy their favorite food in a much safer open-air alfresco setup, making it an ideal for catching-up with friends or for grabbing a quick bite after shopping in the mall.
Diners can also enjoy a whole new ambiance with the dining tables set in an area exuding a patio garden vibe with prime views of greenery and the bustling skyline of Uptown Bonifacio.
The eclectic food choices in Sunset Market allow guests to enjoy cuisines from various parts of the world, so they can have a gastronomic adventure in one place. Swipe to see some of the great food finds:
For those who are missing Filipino street food, merchants like Kuya Mark, Guagua’s Best, and Mamay’s Ihaw sell barbecue, isaw, betamax, and other grilled favorites. Lechon, the star of every Filipino celebration, is available by the kilo at Timplador.
Fly to the Middle East with food choices like shawarma, kebabs, and falafel that are available in Bersi’s. A Mexican taste trip is also possible with various types of tacos that can be bought from El Chupacabra.
Korean street food like tteokbokki, fish cakes, kimbaps, yopokki, and more are made fresh at Uncle Kim’s. Japanese snacks like takoyaki can be enjoyed at Takoichi, while sushi and ramen are available at Kuranosuke.
For adventurous foodies, try the Thai snacks being sold at Bangkok Foodies, and the Pakistani and Indian dishes served hot at Azaan.
Looking for pizza? Pop Lala’s have a delectable array in exciting flavors. While those who are simply craving for sweets can try ice cream from Becky’s.
Sunset Market is open Thursdays to Sundays, from 3PM to 10pm. For the safety of every guest and staff, they implement safety measures, health checks, and proper social distancing.