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UP-AyalaLand Technohub: Mezza Norte Food Trip

Mezza Norte - live acoustic band

Sometime last July, I saw a feature on TV about the newest night food market here in the Metro, the Mezza Norte. I haven't been to any food market yet because most of them are far from my place so when I heard that this one is in Quezon City, me and my friend scheduled a food trip there. It's been raining during the last weekend of July and early August so we're only able to visit the place mid of August.

Mezza Norte is a night food market in UP-Ayala Land Technohub along Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City. It offers various dishes from various food entrepreneurs accredited by the same organizers as that of Mercato Centrale in Bonifacio Global City. It is open from Thursday to Saturday, 6PM - 3AM and features live acoustic entertainment. It also has free wi-fi for those who love to always get connected (online).

Anyway, here are some of the dishes, drinks and desserts available in Mezza Norte:

Pinoy street foods!!! isaw - 35 pesos each...
It's been ages since I last tried this famous Pinoy street food isaw, a barbecued chicken intestine, there were many people buying it so I was tempted and bought one. In fairness, it tasted good especially with the vinegar dip poured over it, yum!!! :))

more street foods!!!
hungsilog!!
baked lasagna, etc...
yummy pork sisig here, bought one for take home, 110 pesos per order, if I remembered it right.
Vigan empanada and okoy!!
I bought two empanadas that night, one from here (Vigan empanada) and one from Ilocos empanada (Ilocos Sur I guess because of its orange-y color) and I would say, I love the latter (not in photo); this one (Vigan) is a bit salty for my taste.

juice drinks!!!
more drinks!!!
I thought then that these were alcoholic drinks, only today when I was adding watermark in this photo had I read that it's not...hehe!

cakes!!!
sweets and more!!!
Mio Gelati - Italian ice cream shop
I got curious with this ice cream shop, a lot of people are lining up to buy a scoop or two. When my turn came, I found out they offer unusual flavors like beer, barley's and tequila rose. I tried the latter. But don't ask me if it really tasted like tequila, I don't know the taste of real tequila eh; the ice cream is good by the way. :)

Tequila Rose Ice Cream
Mezza Norte food-trippers!! ;P

How to get to Ayala Technohub:

From EDSA corner Quezon Avenue, take a jeepney or van going to Fairview, Philcoa or UP, ask the driver to drop you off at Ayala Technohub. You'll pass by Quezon City Hall and Quezon Memorial Circle and will turn right at Philcoa Commonwealth Avenue. Ayala Technohub is on your left side, just across the Philcoa Citimall.

~ oo00oo ~

Update: Mezza Norte is now in Trinoma Open Parking, Mindanao Avenue corner North Avenue, Quezon City. It is open from Friday to Sunday, 4PM to 3AM.

14 comments:

  1. Ako, first time ko kumain ng Isaw at dito ko un na try sa Mezanorte. Our family went here last month, sarap ng mga food at very affordable pa diba..

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    1. Masarap naman isaw di ba? hehe... yup, masarap foods dito, I esp. like ilocos empanada and pork sisig, sarap!! :)

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  2. Haha nawala comment ko, anyway sabi ko maganda sa up tecnohub, nagulat ako nung napunta ko dyan kasi dami ko nakita nag iinuman umagang umaga!

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    1. Ala naman comment sa spam... ;) Marami kase BPOs dito, 24/7 ata sched nila kaya yun mga night shift eh umaga pa lang eh umiinom na, yun kase ang gabi para sa kanila...hehe! ;)

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  3. Na try ko yong sa Bonifacio Global City, Dapat mapuntahan ko rin ito!!

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    1. ikaw na ang gala..hehe! go na at mag-foodtrip sa technohub, try mo yun kakaibang ice cream. ;)

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  4. Wish ko meron nyan dito hehe.. Nakakamiss!

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  5. Ang mahal naman ng isaw na 35? Hehehe parang sanay lang ako sa 5 pesos hehehe.
    Ang sarap ng lasagna grabe naglaway ako paborito ko yan eh.
    Empanada? Parang dina authentic kung hindi sa ilocos kinain hehehe, sabi ko lng yan pra pumunta kayo dito hihihihl.

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  6. medyo malapit lang kami dito..didn't know they also have their own night market! sarap pumunta! :)

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  7. LIke gracie said " wish ko din meron dito nyan. na ka miss mga pagkain pinoy:)

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  8. Uy, bago ito ah. Haven't heard of this yet, dito lang sa blog mo. Ang food market lang which I heard of in the area is the one in Centris Station, corner of EDSA and Quezon Avenue, which is open on Sundays only from 6am-2pm. Pero ito may extra treat kasi may live band ;)

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  9. Hay ganda sobrang naiinis ako sau dahil ginugutom mo ako ha ha!

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  10. kagutom naman dito...
    makadaan nga dyan minsan

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