Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale: Rosalie's Pinipig w/ Buko, Suman, Bibingka and More! (Market! Market! Taguig)

I can still recall when I first heard of Mercato Centrale and how I was so eager to visit and check it out.  Back then it was the first and one of it's kind in the Metro.  Now, Mercato Centrale is operating many food markets and it hasn't lost its touch.  When I visited the newly opened Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale in Market! Market!, it was swarming with hungry customers eager to indulge in the affordable meals offered by the vendors.  


Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Chef Bab's Sizzling Sisig and More (Facebook Fan Page)
Chef Bab's Sizzling Sisig and More takes sisig to another level with their customized sisig.  The first step is to choose you sisig: Tofu Sisig, Veggie Meat Sisig, Chicken Sisig, Beef Sisig, Bangus Sisig, Squid Sisig, Pork (Dinakdakan) Sisig or Crispy Pork Sisig.  

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Then, pick you ingredients and seasoning then serving size.

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
For those yearning for Bagnet...
Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Giga Bite Kebab (Facebook Fan Page)

Giga Bite Kebab offers Kebabs and other street foods.
 

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
More choices here...


Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Timplador De Cebu Boneless Lechon (Facebook Fan Page)
Now you can have lechon on a casual night with Timplador De Cebu Boneless Lechon.

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Takoyaki... my favorite Japanese snack is here too.

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Choosing is the most difficult part because there are so many to choose from.

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Filipino meals at a very affordable price.

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Auntie May's Home Kitchen and Delicatessen (Facebook Fan Page)
Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
If I'd have a meal there this would be my best bet.   But, I just had my dinner when I passed by.

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Lots of lines for these stick street food.

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Empanada de Norte
Empanada prepared Ilocano-style by Empanada de Norte.

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Edgys Foodtrip
 There's Baby Back Ribs here at Edgys Foodtrip.

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Shawarma
Shawarma!
Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Ace's Cuisine

My friends loved the Cajun Pork Chops from Ace's Cuisine.

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Choose any pasta you want all at the same price.

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Crowd seem to be gathering this stall.  I peeked through and saw it was the sisig they were crazy about.

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
The Sultry Chef (Facebook Fan Page)
Tried the The Sultry Chef before and I recommend it!
 

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Another stall with a blockbuster line is this one for its Crispy Shrimp.

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Street food selections are not complete without Kwek Kwek.

Desserts
Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
For desserts, a popular chose is the Gateau de Crepe.

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Got a free taste of the Pastillas Flan but found it a bit too sweet for me.  Texture was perfect though.  They also have the Yema Cake which seems to be fast-moving based on my observation.


Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Piper's Pan (Facebook Fan Page)
Been seeing Piper's Pan in other food markets but it's the first time I tried it.  I tried the Red Velvet which my friends bought on a 3 for 100 package.  It was pleasantly sweet with buttery icing.


Pasalubong
Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale
Rosalie's Pinipig w/ Buko, Suman, Bibingka
 Rosalie's Pinipig w/ Buko, Suman, Bibingka is our family favorite.
 

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Assorted Kakanin (70 php), Sapin-Sapin (30 php), Puto Pao (150 php), Thin Suman (25 php), 2 pcs. of Fat Suman (25 php)
I bought all these stuff to take home for the family.  Since we always but only the Pinipig w/ Buko, I thought we should try something else this time.
 

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Puto Pao (150 php)
The Puto Pao (a pack of 10) for me was pretty good as it is soft and moist.  It also has flavorful salted egg toppings.  But, the family still preferred Dapar's Puto Pao over it.

The Assorted Kakanin and Sapin-Sapin failed to reach our expectation as they were all lacking in flavor.  The suman was good especially when eaten with the latik sauceThe Thin Suman was tastier than the Fat Suman which is probably why it cost more too.

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Pinipig w/ Buko
Well, I think though we'll only buy the Pinipig w/ Buko from them next time as it is still the best for us.

Good thing we can now easily buy Pinipig w/ Buko at the Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale cause it's so good!


You can also purchase them at their store in 219 Sta. Rosa II, Marilao, Bulacan.

Gourmet Food Fair by Mercato Centrale has lots of optiosn to offer at affordable price.  I'm sure fellow passersby and employees in the area are thrilled to have it.  Check it out every Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 8 pm to 3 am by the Market! Market! Central (fountain area).

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