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Cash & Carry Mall, Pres. Sergio Osmena Highway, corner Buendia, Makati City, 1233 Philippines
  • Sometimes, when I ran out of recipes, Tenderbites’ staff suggests and gives me some of the store’s recipes which I really find useful and delicious, too

    • by Ninrec
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      With the desire to be away from the traffic, I opted to make my marketing at the Cash & Carry Mall which is a bit far from the Makati Commercial Business District. For over a decade now, it is the place for me.

      Before its renovation in 2007, Cash & Carry is just a supermarket. I have witnessed how the meat section was transferred from one portion to another. The stores selling all imported goods were located outside the supermarket, which


      now forms part of the parking area. I have experienced pushing my cart on some wet spots during rainy seasons and perspired during the summer months when the air-conditioning unit could not provide the power to make shoppers comfortable.

      Now, Cash & Carry Mall though smaller than SM Megamall or Glorietta has the things other malls offer. It is complete. There are two cinemas on the fourth floor, ATM machines, banks like Banco de Oro and BPI, restaurants and food court,


      • computer shops, drug store, book shops, appliance and hardware stores, beauty parlors, cell phones, just name it and the mall has it.

        But the most important part of the mall for me is the wet section. I buy my supply of fish, chicken, pork and beef from here. The staff of the different sections are friendly and helpful. Sometimes, when I ran out of recipes, Tenderbites’ staff suggests and gives me some of the store’s recipes which I really

        find useful and delicious, too. There are lots of fresh varieties of vegetables and fruits, some imported, some are locally grown.

        However, there are some items priced lower than the other supermarkets like Anchor butter, other canned goods are priced higher by 50 centavos to one peso than other supermarkets.

        The supermarket especially the wet market is organized and clean. The mall is also clean, ample space for parking, air conditioned and very accessible to us coming from the south portion of Metro Manila.




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