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A Quick Guide To All The Must-Eats At Public Eatery

This Japanese subway-inspired food hall is the most exciting dining destination of the year!

Tasteless Food Group’s newest food hall, Public Eatery, has been open to the public since early 2023, but on October 12th, they finally formally launched 21 food stations on the 4th level of Robinsons Magnolia’s new wing (which has gotten a lot more posh this year, by the way). 


Inspired by the Japanese subway system, Public Eatery is home to 21 food stations with chef-driven concepts, fun and quirky stalls, and even local and international franchises. Tasteless Food Group’s CEO Charles Paw (also of Beyond the Box and Digital Walker) shared that Public Eatery is part of the company’s series of food halls in Metro Manila, including The Grid Food Market at Power Plant Mall and (the late but great) Hole in The Wall at Century City Mall, which revolutionized food courts into swankier foodie hubs.


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Chef Tatung at his stall, New York Cubao, one of the 21 chef-driven concepts | Ching Dee

At Public Eatery, you can go on a food trip from Los Angeles to the Mediterranean to Japan and of course to the tropical islands of Thailand and the Philippines. While choosing from 21 food stations (and still growing, so we heard) could be overwhelming, here’s a quick guide to help you decide what to get from each stall. 


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If you don’t feel like going out, Public Eatery also offers delivery via www.thepubliceatery.com, GrabFood, and Foodpanda.


Public Eatery | FB: @publiceateryph | IG: @publiceateryph | 4/F New Wing, Robinsons Magnolia, Aurora Boulevard corner Doña Hemady Street, New Manila, Quezon City.