Aug 19, 2019

Power Plant Mall’s upscale food market continues to be the antithesis of a food court. While other food parks and similar businesses are closing or slowing down, The Grid is doubling down on making its tenants more diverse as ever.

The latest addition is Your Local which hails from Legazpi Village and since its opening in 2014 had a cult following for its inventive take on Pan-Asian flavors like the crowd favorite Torched Salmon Donburi (even Bon Appetit and Condé Nast Traveler are hooked).

Your Local is going to temporarily take over stall #7 from Aug. 21-23 through a pop-up, but once they open later this year, they’ll be at The Grid’s expansion wing.


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Why wait for the weekend? Give in to the craving today #monday #bunsout #beefrendang 📷 by @dashieco

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Have the donburi, together with prawn paste chicken wings with maple cream cheese on the side aka Feel Good chicken, and beef rendang buns, which has smoked aioli, pickled cucumber, and cilantro in fried mantou starting Wednesday.


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