Where To Buy All Kinds Of Kitchen Stuff For As Low As Nine Pesos

South kids, this one's closer to you!

South kids, if you've been looking for a place where you can score affordable kitchen essentials near your area, then you'll want to check this out: Facebook user Diary Two discovered a treasure trove of dinnerware and cooking finds that go for as low as nine pesos!

According to their post, which now has over 1,500 likes and 2,000 shares, Uniwide in Las Piñas has plates, bowls, saucers, mugs, as well as cooking essentials like spatulas, turners, ladles, solid spoons, slotted spoons, and more at affordable price points. Best part? The place is huge, so you'll want to take your time scouring their shelves and racks of kitchen stuff so you can score the best pieces! Diary Two recommends bringing your own reusable bag if you plan to visit the store.

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Here's what you can expect when you drop by:

They've got a wide selection of affordable plates.
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Take your pick from plain dishes to printed plates.
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Some of the dishes look like artwork!
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They also have a variety of porcelain saucers available.
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Looking for affordable mugs? They've got plenty to choose from!
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How quirky are these letter-shaped dishes?
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They also carry budget-friendly cooking essentials like spatulas, turners, ladles, and more!
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Looking for ceramics? They've got a selection, from casseroles, pitchers, and more.
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They also have wok pans available!
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Uniwide Metro Mall is at Alabang-Zapote Road, Talon Uno, Las Piñas. Remember: If you're heading out, always wear a face mask, wash your hands frequently, practice proper physical distancing, and disinfect thoroughly when you get home. Stay safe!

For more information, log on to Diary Two's Facebook page.

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This story originally appeared on Spot.ph

Minor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.

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