After watching the Symphony of Lights at Ayala Triangle, we walked on over to Distrito Night Market. It is located at the parking lot of Makati Medical Center. Distrito Night Market had the same organizers as Mercato Centrale (see separate entry) so expect a lot of common concessionaires among them.
Although they just opened when we arrived, the place was already packed. In fact, although we wanted to eat inside to smell the savory smoke of street foods, we had to seat outside in an almost full table too.
I like the Osmanthus Tea at Happy Fanshu. Although they have other variants, I find the rest tad too sweet for my taste.
I brought home a Puto Bongbong from Misis M's because as stated their recipe is ancient from 1940. Four pieces cost 65 php. My family said it was good but not the best we've tried.
|Chinque and Manang's|
No need to go to Binondo just to enjoy authentic China Town food. Polland offers delicious Chinese food at prices below 100 php. Plus, you can always take home their delectable hopia. I love their hopia because it is tasty but not too sweet.
Another outlet for Medchef Cakes. Our first encounter with Medchef by Chef Hasset Go (see separate entry) was six months ago. Kurt and I got to taste a lot of their sweet creations. I love their Red Velvet Cake the most.
There's a lot more to try so we'll most likely be back for more. What do you think we should try out next?
|Distrito Night Market|
|Business Address|| |
No. 2 Amorsolo Street
Makati City, Philippines
|Business Hours||Wednesday to Friday: 9pm-3am|
RJ Ledesma, Anton Diaz (Our Awesome Planet)
and Janice Crisostomo-Villanueva
Distrito Night Market Map