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July 16, 2013

Fiesta Bahia: Feast by the Bay- Mercato Centrale in SM Mall of Asia

After the success of Mercato Centrale's recently launched Mezza Norte in Trinoma, Levante in Eastwood and Cocina Centrale in Pampanga, they now bring us Fiesta Bahia in SM Mall of Asia

Last Friday, D and I went to Fiesta Bahia's launch to check what it has to offer.


Here are some photos of the the different food vendors you can expect from Fiesta Bahia:

Piper's Pan Cakes (3 for P100)- Super affordable and pretty good! :) 


Cakes by K- beautiful cakes that are all mouthwatering :)


Kakanin/Native Delicacies- feast on local rice cakes such as biko, bibingka, puto, kutchinta etc..


Breads and Cake Rolls by Pantoja


Chips, Local Snacks and Crackers- the cheese rings were tempting!


Kebabs, Barbecue and Grilled items


Chef Bab's variety of Sizzling Sisig 


B. Wings- Home of the Black Mamba


Dishes from Edgy's Foodtrip- their baby back ribs looks good!


ManilaQ and Mochiko- Try some Bagwang and mochi ice creams! :) 


Mio Gelati- not so sweet which is a plus for me :) 


Get your burger or shawarma fix from Shawarma Fusion and Cheat Day


Indulge with General's Lechon


After checking out all the concessionaires, we found our "final destination".. Domz Food House.


The Original Bagnet Rice Patong from Ilocos! They cook your orders on the spot while chanting "Yum! Yum! Yum!" 

I was surprised when D decided to indulge that night and order their Bagnet Rice Patong w/ Egg (P85)


It was like a normal sisig but cuts were bigger. I don't know how D managed to finish it up considering he's not a fan of sisig. Actually it was pretty good and tasty especially with some scrambled egg. They mixed it up with some mayonnaise to make the dish more savory and rich. Cholesterol overload :) 

Good thing Mercato Centrale decided to put up Fiesta Bahia in Mall of Asia and cater to a wider market. I just hope that more concessionaires would join Fiesta Bahia soon so that there will be a lot more options to choose from. 

Fiesta Bahia
San Miguel by the Bay, SM Mall of Asia, Pasay
Facebook Fan Page:  www.facebook.com/FiestaBahia

8 comments:

  1. I've encountered the rest in mercato except for cheat day burgers so maybe I'll try it when I'm in the area.

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  2. gaaaahhhddd... the bagnet rice!!! <3 i wonder why we never have such food markets like that here in cebu. or maybe we have but just not near where i live. nakakainggit. i've always wanted to go to a food market.

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  3. Most of the concessionaires are also in other food markets by Mercato ah! Will still check out Fiesta Bahia when we go to MOA though. Maybe J will like the Bagnet Rice Patong too :D Cholesterol lover eh :))

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  4. yes yun din napansin ko more or less same sa mercato in fort :) really hope they'll add more concessionaires pa :)

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  5. Hi Rose, we'll never know :) recently they brought mercato to pampanga na.. maybe next time cebu naman :)

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  6. hahaha! cholesterol tlga.. and fats.. gulat ako ngustuhan naman ni D.. pero todo guilty sya afterwards hahaha! :)

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  7. After years of visiting and eating in Ilocos, now ko lang naencounter yung bagnet patong hehe. Curious but looks palang sinful na nga!

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  8. Aysen Achurra AsueroJune 13, 2015

    Great Article! Nakakalaway. Tried the Mio Gelato already :)

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