It’s fun to go to wet markets. 😁 You can find a lot of great bargains. There’s no shortage of wet markets in our area. However, there is a good reason why I go to the Farmers Market in Cubao. That reason is JAAM Seafood Trading.
This stall is getting a lot of attention from various websites such as Phonebooky.com and Esquiremag.ph. So, when I came across these websites, I just couldn’t resist. I just had to check out JAAM Seafood Trading at Farmers Market and guess what? I didn’t get disappointed at all. 👍 ❤️
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Not Your Typical Wet Market
Farmers Market is not your typical wet market. Unlike the other wet markets that get pretty quiet by the end of the day, Farmers Market is bustling with activities all day long. You can get just about anything there.
If you want to satisfy your salmon sashimi craving, Farmers Market is the place.
Just look for the stall named JAAM Seafood Trading. It’s not hard to find this stall. If you enter Farmers Market through the fruits and vegetable area, JAAM Seafood Trading is going to be on your left side. Usually, there’s a long line of folks waiting but the JAAM service crew is pretty efficient. They will entertain everybody, making sure everyone gets their orders.
The Price is Just Right
Salmon sashimi is not exactly cheap. If you order it in a restaurant, a few slices would cost a little over 200 pesos. There’s no way a few slices of salmon sashimi is going to satisfy your craving. You would need to order more. Obviously, it’s going to cost you more than just 200 pesos.
If you don’t want to spend that much then you should really check out JAAM Seafood Trading. You can get a tray of salmon sashimi for just 320 pesos. A tray of their salmon sashimi has more than just six slices.
Aside from salmon sashimi, you can also get uni sashimi for just 550 pesos. For that price, you get a generous amount of uni sashimi. The thing is, you would have to finish it in three days. It’s perfect for a party because there is no way you can eat all that yourself.
It’s Worth A Visit
If you’re curious about JAAM Seafood Trading, drop by Farmers Market in Cubao. You won’t regret it.
Do you enjoy eating salmon sashimi? Where do you usually go to satisfy your craving? Feel free to share your thoughts with us.
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