It’s the country’s best looking food court. In fact it’s hard to reconcile the term with the place, so let’s go with the more posh ‘communal dining hall’ 😀
You had me at industrial
It’s the dominant aesthetic of the place, and my personal favorite. It’s divided into areas that sport a slightly different look but overall still has a certain warmth and coziness. It’s the kind of space that encourages you to stay and hang out. It has a unique Pinoy vibe going on, too. Much kudos to Space Encounters.
Lighting is also good here, perfect for current or would-be style and fashion bloggers! I’m the latter, hahaha (NOT)!
Bonus: super good food
Dinner is courtesy of Bad Bird, one of our favorites here. It’s fried chicken with an umami twist – pretty hard to beat. There’s that ridiculously good corn-on-a-stick, too.
For Akira, we always get their chicken nuggets and a side of plain rice.
All that she’s interested in though, is her tray of handpicked Scout’s Honor cookies. Many thanks for the sweet treat, tita Elleanne!
Elleanne, our flight attendant cousin was in town, and she loves to try new restaurants like us. She’s never been to Hole in the Wall, so we thought it’s about time they got acquainted 🙂
We still haven’t tried the other stalls, so there’s always a next time soon!
Hole in the Wall is at the 4th Floor of Century City Mall,
Kalayaan corner Salamanca Street, Makati City.