Now Shucking: Seafood and Oyster Bar at Public Eatery and Itadaki Food Court

Oysters—do you like them? If yes, do you know where to find fresh oysters? Your favourite seafood delicacy is available at The Grid Food Market. Tacos, lechon, and Asian and American food are just a few cuisines available at Power Plant Mall’s on-site food court, The Grid, which caters to a wide range of tastes. One of them is the oyster cart from the Seafood and Oyster Bar.

Watch my Oyster Experience here: Clari Says (@clarisays) • Instagram photos and videos

They offer fresh oysters, baked oysters, and new rice-baked flavoured oysters!

Fresh Oysters

  • Raw with spiced vinegar

Baked Oysters

  • Baked Oysters Miso Custard
  • Garlic Ginger Butter
  • Creamed Spinach & Cheese
  • Bacon and Cheese 

New Rice-Baked Flavoured Oysters

  • Truffle Mushroom Rice Baked Oyster
  • Herbed Chili Garlic Rice Baked Oyster
  • Creamy Sisig Rice Baked Oyster

Visit The Grid Food Market at the R2 Level Expansion of the Power Plant Mall at Rockwell Drive and Cor Estrella in Makati City with your shuck buddy.

Oh, and if you want a little kick, I suggest adding TABASCO Green Pepper Sauce and TABASCO Chipotle Sauce.

Shucking at New Locations

You don’t live close by? There’s no need to worry because the Seafood and Oyster Bar opened their oyster cart at the Public Eatery in Robinson’s Magnolia on February 17. The Public Eatery is located on the fourth floor of the New Wing at Robinsons Magnolia in Quezon City.

The Public Eatery welcomes all guests to mingle while enjoying delicious food. The on-site dining area at Robinsons Magnolia, which takes inspiration from subway lines, is ready to take you on a variety of gastronomic journeys.

Additionally, the Itadaki Food Court now offers the Seafood and Oyster Bar as of today, February 24.  The first Japanese-inspired mall in the Philippines, MITSUKOSHI BGC, is home to Itadaki Food Court.

MITSUKOSHI is slated to establish itself as Bonifacio Global City’s newest lifestyle attraction and is being highly anticipated as the “New Manila Lifestyle.” In addition to numerous well-known Japanese companies, the mall will have a variety of retailers, including designer labels and the greatest national and local retail names.

Make sure to drop by when you’re in any of these locations. Happy eating!

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