Centris Walk in Quezon Avenue corner Edsa is becoming a lifestyle hub. There are restaurants, nail salon, gym, coffee place and an open space for kids and pets to enjoy. Every Sunday, crowds go here because of Sidcor Sunday Market. It’s my first time to go here and I was surprised how big it was. I thought that it’s just a small place with sellers with small booths. It’s very complete and organized at that.
They have a section for dry goods like clothing, accessories, shoes, furniture and home decors, seafood, meat and poultry, vegetable and fruits, plants and food concessionaires.
We headed straight to the fruits and vegetables section and looked for stalls that sells organic veggies. We bought carrots, broccoli, eggplants, and onions. I saw a stall that sells fruits from Bangkok, I love lanzones from Bangkok, sweeter than the ones here.
Nanay is very happy to see plants for sale here. She bought three kinds of potted mints for less than Php 50 each, panlagay sa iced tea, hihihi..
You’ll never get hungry here because there are lots of food choices from Ilocos empanada, pasta, fresh fruits shakes and juices, and grilled meats.
At the other side of the market is the pets section (yes meron!) that sells dogs, cats and lovebirds.
Schedule your fun family day here. While mommy and daddy is busy at the market, kids and pets and their yayas can have a leisure walk around the area. There’s a small playground there too. Or they can just wait at the nearby restaurants while having breakfast.
- Don’t forget to bring your big ecobags/reusable bags when going here. Bring several ones for dry and wet goods.
- If you’re bringing a car, better bring a cooler so that you can immediately put your seafood and meats.
- You may bring a wheeled cart here, some areas may be crowded though but this will help you especially if you’re buying your week’s worth of supplies.
- It can get pretty hot, wear comfortable clothes and apply sunblock.
- Practice your haggling powers!
Sidcor Sunday Market is open from 6 am to 2 pm.