What comes to mind when you hear the word “Satchmi?” Music? Sure. Coffee? Definitely. Food? Hopefully.
At long last, the curators at Satchmi has expanded its space in SM Megamall to house
more than the chock-full of records and Motorinos. This time around, Satchmi has added a long list of new products that both newcomers and frequenters will find interesting.
With the help of Chef Him Uy de Baron and Chef JJ Yulo, Satchmi meets the world of
gastronomy. Continuing to deliver on its values of creativity and craftsmanship, Satchmi
finally introduced homemade food to their menu that include tasty sandwiches, from a
Satchmi BLT to the favorite Reuben Sandwich; hearty soups like the Lasagna Soup, and
Cheesesteak Soup; yummy bruschettas like the Satchmi Caprese, as well as the
Avocado with Salmon Toast; and of course, desserts like Panna Cotta and the staple
New York Cheesecake. Of course, these are best paired with the best cups of coffee by
the friendly baristas.
To experience something that is entirely and uniquely Satchmi, the brand has also
curated a line of film cameras, films, and accessories under Film Folk (@filmfolk_ on
Instagram). Coffee equipment, CDs from Satchmi’s favorite local artists, more art and
music paraphernalias are also ready for the taking.
Overall , it was a great night to chill, unwind and relax with you friends while listening to your favorite vinyl records playing in the background and sipping on some of your favorite coffee treats which now comes with various selections from their expanded menu ! 🙂
How cool is that?
Satchmi is a team of curators whose love for antiques and vintage items turned into a
business. They are relentless and uncompromising in giving value to the items they find
and they offer—from vinyl records and the Motorino to handcrafted goods, coffee, and
now, food. Satchmi would like to think of themselves as time travellers who can’t help
but breathe life into items that the current market may have forgotten about. Satchmi is
located at 4th Floor, Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City. For more
information, please visit http://www.satchmi.com.