The COVID-19 pandemic has been hard-hitting to many businesses, chiefly those in the events, tourism, and food and beverage industries. This year we’ve seen hundreds of well-loved restaurants bid farewell, and on November 18, another Philippine culinary icon did so after six wonderful years in the industry.
Hole in the Wall, the revolutionary gastronomic concept founded by the Tasteless food group, bid farewell on Facebook and Instagram posts.
The post said, “We had a pretty good run. Today, we just wanted to give a big thank you to everyone who’s supported Hole in The Wall over our six year run. It was a pleasure to serve you, and we hope we’ve left you with plenty of great memories.”
Created by creative, top chefs who wanted to bring a “refined approach” to food hall dining, Hole in the Wall was home to a collection of well-loved F&B outfits like Bad Bird, Scout’s Honor, and PizzaExpress. Apart from their former space in Makati’s Century City Mall, all of these now have successful branches in Metro Manila.
Patrons won’t have to wallow in sorrow though, as the group also offers similar feasts in The Grid Food Market in Power Plant Mall in Rockwell, Makati.