Hole In The Wall

Cen­tury City Mall, Makati City

Philippine Daily Inquirer - - PROPERTY -

There is some­thing for every­body at Hole In The Wall. There’s a spot for each mood, each day. De­signed by the same group be­hind Power Plant Mall’s The Grid Food Mar­ket, Hole In The Wall at Cen­tury City Mall has a cozy and home­like at­mos­phere.

The fur­nish­ings range from charm­ing to quirky and eclec­tic. Skate­board decks hang on one wall while vin­tage Pi­noy pop art can be found on an­other.

The fairy lights give that feel of just hang­ing out at a friend’s yard.

Built in 2014 and even be­fore the in­va­sion of food parks, it wanted to cre­ate some­thing new and ex­cit­ing for din­ers at a time when food halls were still a for­eign con­cept in the coun­try. Hole In The Wall of­fers ev­ery­thing, from cook­ies to shawarma, fried chicken, sal­ads and even craft beer.

The food hall’s eclec­tic and cu­ri­ous mix of fur­ni­ture and decor makes it home­like and ap­peal­ing.

Whether you want to dine in peace or look­ing for a spot to talk with friends, Hole In The Wall has the space for you, all un­der one roof.

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