Adapting to the “new normal”, SM City Baliwag creates an extended dining to provide additional space to accommodate diners. Minimum health protocols are maintained for the safety of customers that includes wearing of face mask and face shield, diagonal or solo seating to observe safe distancing, and avoiding using seats as well as tables with markers. Customers are also encourage to fill out a health checklist provided at the entrances of the Mall establishments.
More than its captivating features, customers may scan here QR code conveniently found at the tables that leads to menu guide of all SM City Baliwag restaurants, for a seamless food navigation.
Before hopping in at the extended dining, shoppers may also check on SM City Baliwag’s newest specialty stores such as Japanese food Oishi Maki and Ramen Kuroda and Korea’s Ssamjang Korean Grill Restaurant. There is SALO Filipino food concept and Turks recently opened at the Food court, plus other food tenants that are worth a try.
The designated extended dining areas are part of SM’s continuing effort to promote health and safety and bring back the fun in dining out through its #SafeMallingAtSM campaign. While it is fun to eat, customers are advised to select food choices and stay for a quick bite for added safety. Stay updated as SM City
Baliwag gears up towards new era of level up customer service with many options for easy, safe andefficient shopping. For more information, follow SM City Baliwag on Facebook and Instagram.