Mercado de Mostenses
This market is located next to gran Via and Plaza de España. The market has evolved and today most of it stands are dedicated to food from latin-america and China.
It is technically a reconstruction of the old market built in 1875 that was demolished with the construction of the third section of Gran Vía. This newer version of the market was inaugurated in 1946, is made up of three – the shopping center, offices, and warehouse – and it occupies an area of two thousand eight hundred square meters.
The old market was officially inaugurated on June 11, 1875, at the same time as the La Cebada market.
It currently has about 110 stalls inside specialized in Latin American and Asian gastronomy and in addition to fruit, meat, and fish stalls, there are two restaurant bars inside where Chifa (Chinese-Peruvian) cuisine and other latitudes are served.
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