Ssamjang Korean Grill took part on this year’s Food Fest at SM Center Pulilan. The store is open for dine-in, take-out and delivery, with a branch located at the Ground level, Mall Annex of SM City Baliwag. dd caption

Bulacan is known for its rich culinary culture. Even as the Pandemic took its toll, interesting food businesses were born in the Province with the aim to cater the needs of consumers while embracing diversified food concepts this new normal. 

This year, SM Center Pulilan extends its support to local food business and facilitate entrepreneurial opportunities for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) by rolling out Food Fest 2020, highlighting thriving local food businesses that are gaining popularity this Pandemic. 

SM Center Pulilan’s Food Fest 2020 highlights mix of local and International cuisines. Among this year’s players are Bulacan’s thriving food businesses gaining popularity this Pandemic such as B’s Sweets & Treats, Korean Kimbites, Maki Craze Sushi Bar, Ssamjang Korean Grill, Sweet Confections and Bibingka ni Ka Rick. 

It was a gustatory journey as foodies all over the province enjoy range of emerging food concepts all in one venue— heavenly cakes and pastries at B’s Sweets & Treats, oriental delicacies of Korean Kimbites; the taste of Japan at Maki Craze Sushi Bar and Ssamjang Korean Grill serving authentic Korean favorites.  There were signature Baked California Maki and Black Kutsinta at Sweet Confections and Bibingka ni Ka Rick in time for the Holiday season. These local businesses have their own online shops, offering delivery, for the consumers’ convenience.  


Participating food stalls also bring in exciting special promos as well as dine-in deals so foodies can indulge in their cravings and satiate their taste buds from their favorite restaurants and food stalls.  

Baked California Maki by Sweet Confections is a best seller during SM Center Pulialn’s Food Fest 2020. Add caption


“This Pandemic proves how Bulakenyos explore possibilities when it comes to food. We can see this through the diversified food concepts at this year’s Food Fest. Aside from this, we believe that by holding such event, we can help support local businesses by providing them a bigger platform to reach a wider community,” shares SM Center Pulilan Assistant Mall Manager Alvin De Galicia. 

Proudly Filipino recipe Bibingka ni Ka Rick is a delicious gift this Holiday season. Apart from the traditional bibingka, the store also offers other kakanin and classic desserts. 

While food are meant to be enjoyed, shoppers’ safety is still a top priority, as SM Center Pulilan implements limited capacity to observe proper social distancing.  

Balagtas Bulacan’s B’s Sweets & Treats and their signature cakes and pastries.

For your everyday food cravings, visit SM Center Pulilan restaurants open for take-out, dine-in and delivery. SM Center Pulilan is open from 10:00 am to 8:00pm. 
Also, check out SMCenterPulilan at Facebook, Instagram and Twitter as well as SM SUPERMALLS BULACAN Viber community for updates and promos. 

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