Event: More than 450 stalls of great finds at SIDCOR's Longest-running Sunday Market now at Eton Centris


You now have a new place to shop and eat after Sunday mass. More than 450 stalls in one great bazaar for one whole year. The SIDCOR Lung Center Sunday Market moved to Eton Centris with more to offer starting today. Hard-to-find items ranging from veggies, local delicacies, organic treats, exotic seafood, adorable pets and countless more delights moved from Lung Center to the hippest dining and lifestyle destination in Quezon City - at Centris Walk.
The SIDCOR Sunday market is located along major thoroughfares EDSA and Quezon Avenue, Centris Walk of Eton Centris, a 12-hectare project of Eton Properties Philippines, Inc. open every Sunday from 6am to 2pm.
I have found a lot of great bargains like this leather bag at P250 I saw somewhere at P700, surplus blazers at P50 flocked by many, Christmas gifts and decors lesser than P200, Bangkok blouses at P350-400, P20 Lego items, toiletries, dog/pet treats, and unbelievable antique items from the dry goods.
Who wouldn't want to do Christmas shopping here?



What's more exciting here are their rare delights in cooked and fresh food and delicacies. Seafood was not just tilapia, bangus and usual seawater fish. At SIDCOR's Sunday market, shoppers find a wide array of seafood from shrimps, blue crabs, yellow fin tuna to rare snails, sea centipedes, eel, black river snails, abalone, ulang (giant freshwater shrimp) and sea cucumber. I've found various types of "suso", "kuhol", "lato", "biya","dalag", and oysters at P100/kilo. 







I wondered how the "Bakla Crabs" would taste compared to the ordinary ones but I guess like most shoppers in markets, the quality of crabs depend on the shape of the bottom and how thick the roe is tucked.  Delicacies from the North to the South can also be enjoyed here as they have arranged the center of the market as dining area. colorful rice cakes, Sumang Morweros, Sumang Kamoteng Kahoy, Sumang Tamis, Pandesal Baliwag, Vigan's famous Bagnet, Ilocos Empanada at P40,


rare coffee beans from Sagada, Kalinga, Benguet, Arabica, Barako, coffee cookies, Alaminos' Goat Milk and Goat Meat Sausage, Puto BiƱan, Carrot Juice and Fruit Blends, Banana Carrot Cakes at P50, Carrot-Apple Crumble Cake at P50,Seaweed Noodles, Fish Cookies, Cioccolato's chocolate fondue sets and treats, chocolate tableya, mango crepes, Gng.Bukid's Christopsomo's Christmas bread, Challah bread from Jewish tradition, Kapeng Miguelin, Kesong Puti,





Kinulob na Itik, Longganisang Batutay, Adobong Balut, various kinds of Sisig and my favorite - Tinumis.
Veggies hard-to-find like "katuray" and "pako" was in the same lane as the seller who offered Lucban Longanisa and yellow passion fruit.


I bet there's more to discover as I have explore only half of the market and I'd definitely go back shopping for more next week. SIDCOR's Sunday market is so accessible at Centris Walk at MRT Quezon Avenue and my family will soon join the families enjoying Sunday lunch here next week.  Gourmet restaurants are also within the Centris Walk for tired shoppers, just steps away from the Sunday market

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