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The Upcoming Food Hall in Rockwell Will Feature Powerhouse Chefs Margarita Fores, Bruce Ricketts, Josh Boutwood, and More

Plus, expect to find Bad Bird, Las Flores, and more.
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2018 is shaping up to be a year full of good eats: Power Plant Mall regulars can look forward to The Grid Food Market, a new food hall opening at the new wing in March or early April.

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Owned and managed by restaurant group Tasteless, this food hall will house a carefully curated 11 stalls, with concepts by powerhouse chefs like Bruce Ricketts, Margarita Fores, Josh Boutwood, and Miko Aspiras. Elbert Cuenca of Elbert's Steak Room (one of the best steaks in Manila) will also be opening a Japanese steakhouse, as well as Las Flores (for tapas and pintxos), and Bad Bird.

Tasteless founder Charlie Paw shares that unlike in his first food hall, Hole In The Wall, branding is kept to a minimum at The Grid, preferring that all the stalls look similar with one other to bring the focus back to the food. "We named [this food hall] The Grid because, in a power plant, the grid is what brings the community together," he shares. And with back-to-basics yet ultimately delicious food, The Grid is set to do just that.

The Grid will open at Power Plant Mall, Rockwell Drive, Makati City.

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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