Ground Level, The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences,
119 LP Leviste St., Salcedo, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines
Operating HoursMonday to Thursday: 7:00am - 12:00am
Friday to Sunday: 7:00am – 1:00am
- CuisineCartel Deli finally opened its doors in Salcedo Village last September 2016. From the group that brought us Pablo Bistro, Cartel is the newest concept of entrepreneurs, Marivic-Diaz Lim of Apartment 1B, Ces Manosa and Managing Partner David Collado. More than just a DELI.
There isn’t anything like Cartel yet in the neighborhood: a place where you can grab a cup of coffee with a croissant, eat a hearty sandwich, shop for all your basic kitchen essentials including the freshest fruits and produce and baked bread and pastries, whilst enjoying either the city’s weekday hustle or the pleasant vibe of a weekend in Salcedo.
Cartel is a café, a bakery, a deli, a market, and a whole lot more. Inspired by the New York markets and delicatessens, Cartel claims an identity of its own as it collaborates with select third-wave purveyors who are specialists in their respective fields and have created a name for themselves. Cartel brings you Yardstick for coffee and drinks, Txanton for quality Iberico meats and jamon, Bonton for breads and pastries, Holy Carabao for salads and organic fresh produce, Belge & Co., for their truffles and chocolates, Calidad Espanola for the chorizos, and lastly, Pablo Bistro for the deli menu and sandwiches.
Each brand is considered a partner. And each partner has a story and a unique contribution to Cartel’s character and brand vision—to share with consumers delightful doses of happiness through the simplicity of a cup of coffee, a piece of cookie, a loaf of bread, a fresh salad.
The name CARTEL came about because in Spain, a ‘cartel’ meant a list or a lineup of sorts. The word defines the deli’s true essence—a place where you can come in and experience a variety of wonderful things.
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