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Gourmet Gypsy Art Café has been home to many foodies and artists alike. Many patrons swing by for a taste of their international cuisine paired with a homey backdrop filled with fixtures that owner, Chef Waya Araos-Wijangco, and her husband have collected from their travels.
Just recently, they’ve announced that their Maginhawa branch has reopened as a grocery so you can find a number of yummy ready to cook and ready to eat dishes, various kits (noodles, sous vide, salads, etc), pantry staples, and other products from small businesses.
They’ll also be having platters available on weekends from salads, paella, pasta, and other entrées.
They simply ask that you book a slot in advance so they could limit the amount of people in the vicinity. There’s an P80 booking fee that’s justifiable by how much they are spending on frequent sanitation to ensure the safety of all customers and staff.
To book, just go to their website, gourmetgypsy.ph. Here are some rules to keep in mind before you book and drop by the store,
- You’ll be required to wear a face mask and face shield the whole time you’re in the area.
- It’s encouraged that you bring your own reusable shopping bags (understandably so because of our “new normal”, we’ve been using a lot of packaging and plastics lately and we’re happy to hear that Gourmet Gypsy encourages the use of reusable bags)
- Walk-ins are highly discouraged and will not be accommodated, you must book a slot in order to enter.
- Please arrive on time.
- At the moment, pets and children are not allowed in the premises.
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Cover image from @gourmetygypsy.