Trick or Treat? Makati closes off Paseo de Roxas for another culinary Street Meet!

Scary ghouls and goblins, jack-o-lanterns and witches will descend upon Paseo de Roxas, promising not just tricks but also lots of treats at the Makati Street Meet this 23rd of October.

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Time: 3pm to 9pm

Venue: Paseo de Roxas (Ayala Avenue to Makati Avenue, adjacent Ayala Triangle Gardens)

Amidst the trick and treating, musical performances and family activities await everyone at the Makati Street Meet, which promises to delight everyone with spook-tacular experiences and lots of really good food.

This October, we are featuring cuisines from all over the world. Check them out below:

  1. Craving for some wagyu? The folks at Saikuro offers chunky slices of that tender beef at an affordable price!img_2472
  2. Here’s an alternative treat to munch on while at work: Jeachobin offers a selection of delectable dates, almonds, and walnuts to pump up your brain power!img_2489
  3. What happens when two women raised in Spain get together? The love for Spanish sausage in a stall called Calidad. (Tip: their Pamplona is their bestseller!)img_2479
  4. “Have you tried a Peirogi?” read the sign on top of the FIRST EVER vendor of Polish food stall of the Philippines, Babci. A Pierogi is a traditional Eastern European dumpling served in a Polish home, and we are so glad that they’ve finally brought it here.img_2523
  5. Planning on staying in for the night? You can grab a bottle from the Mondo Vino wine selection to keep you company.img_2498
  6. There’s an interesting stall called Authentic Moroccan Cuisine, and they weren’t lying! Try any of their bestsellers–the honey beef glaze, ratatouille, and the fish fillet on saffron rice.img_2504
  7. Great news for vegetarians: Al Halabi serves falafel, a Syrian dish made of ground chickpeas, pickles, bell peppers, and their secret sauce. Try one today!img_2493

Last April 12-13, we invited all Salcedo Market vendors to a seminar held by chef, author, and food consultant, Beth Romualdez on food presentation. Here, she shared to them the basics of food arrangement and kitchen hacks to make every meal more warm and personal. Here are some of the pictures from our event.





Beth Romualdez, as she presents examples of materials used in arranging food stalls abroad


Salcedo Market vendors in attendance


Guest speaker Beth Romualdez with Barangay Captain Constancia Lichauco


Book signing


(L-R)  Tricia Lichauco, Beth Romualdez, Constancia Lichauco, Malyne Lorayes, and Mia Villanueva