Friday, November 12, 2010

Check out SIDCOR Sunday Market in Eton Centris in Quezon City

The SIDCOR Sunday Market located near the Lung Center area in Quezon City is now located in Eton Centris Walk with more than 450 stalls that offers wide range of products and services. The new location of SIDCOR Sunday Market is located at EDSA, Quezon Avenue in Quezon City and open from 6am-2pm.

With bigger area, SIDCOR Sunday Market can now accommodate large volume of buyers in Quezon City and nearby places who wanted to buy products and avail services in a very affordable price. The good thing with SIDCOR Sunday Market is that they arrange the stalls according to group of sellers where it lessens the confusion among the buyers. Stalls are divided in clothes, cooked meals and desserts, wet market, fruits and vegetables, accessories and novelty items, plants and garden products, and pet areas where buyers can easily access.

Products especially clothes, accessories and novelty items are both produces local and international like in Thailand, and Hongkong which was sold on a very affordable prices.

For food lovers, they can enjoy wide range of food offered in the SIDCOR Sunday Market, there dried fish from Cebu and Batangas, freshly picked fruits and vegetables from Baguio along with the organic products that families can enjoy. Families can have their lunch in SIDCOR Sunday Market and enjoy Vigan’s Bagnet, Bicolano’s Bicol Express Bulacan’s Langonissa and all gourmet food that you can imagine like fried-breaded frog legs and squids.

SIDCOR Sunday Market also offers a treat for people who have green thumbs and loves gardening. They offer variety of ornamental plants and flowers that can fit their gardens or table centerpiece especially that Christmas is near.

The SIDCOR Sunday Market offers everything that most of the family members need to enjoy and relax during the weekend family bonding.

For more information about the SIDCOR Sunday Market including leasing details, interested party should call 09175131573 or visit

More photos of SIDCOR Sunday Market in Eton Centris here.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

i have noticed some native kakanin stalls which are not properly displayed and some flies hovering in their foods,can you kick them out of the food business,they don't have the right to sell foods without knowing their proper hygine.

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