LOOK! The Weekend Carbon Food Market in Cebu City

Carbon Market is an open-air night market offering a wide selection of locally produced goods, right in the heart of Cebu City. It provides numerous opportunities for market vendors to sell their products, including Cebu delicacies, Sutukil food, and a variety of food stalls.

This was made possible by Cebu2World, a subsidiary of Megawide Construction Corp., the company behind the Carbon Market Modernization Project. There are free eco-friendly e-trikes that will take you on a tour of the night market in various locations throughout downtown Cebu. To complete this colorful experience, acoustic bands are invited every Sunday night to serenade the crowd.

The Carbon Market is situated along M. C. Briones St, Cebu City, 6000 Cebu, specifically Quezon Boulevard, next to the Senior Citizen’s Park, which houses the new Sto. Niño Chapel.

Photo from Brandon Vallecera
Photo from Brandon Vallecera
Photo from Brandon Vallecera
Photo from Brandon Vallecera
Photo form Carlo Andrew Oltiano
Photo from Jesson Morata
Photo from Jesson Morata

How to get there:

  • From Mactan-Cebu International Airport – You may hop into a taxi going to Carbon Market; fare is ₱180 (estimation from worldtaximeter, 2020)
  • Using a private vehicle – Waze or Google Maps can be utilized, just enter “Carbon Market Parking”
  • Walking distance from Magellan’s Park and Freedom Park

Opening Hours:

Saturday & Sunday – 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM

However, tenants may close early or stay long depending on the place’s Foot Traffic.

Food stalls:

The classic stalls of Zagu, Santino’s and Fruitas are present in Carbon Market. Meanwhile, new stalls have been added. Here are a few examples:

  • The Coffee Mobile
  • Seaside scramble
  • Ate Silay’s Kandingan
  • Happy Sundae
  • Nine Tea Milktea
  • Momma shawarma
  • Sutukil stalls (Sugba, Tuwa, Kilaw)
Photo from Jesson Morata
Photo from Jesson Morata
Photo from Nona Rowena Ubas
Photo from Jesson Morata
Photo from Jesson Morata
Photo form Jesson Morata
Photo from The Chocolate Chamber Facebook Page
Photo from Jesson Morata
Photo from Jesson Morata
Photo from Jesson Morata

Looking for food stalls and market options that will give you the full BisDak experience? Spend your Friday and Saturday nights at Carbon Market!



Ram Mancelita
Ram Mancelitahttps://sugbo.ph
"Experiencing Cebu one post at a time."

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