Anyone who loves to cook or host parties can usually be found in stores that sell stuff for the home. I actually have one mommy friend who enjoys browsing at Gourdo's for an hour or more per visit just to shop for new stuff she could use.
Gourdo’s first opened its doors at The Fort Strip, Bonifacio Global City in 2001. More than ten years down the line, this home specialty store continues to search for the best in food and cooking by scouring the continents, from Europe to North America and Asia.
Through the years, Gourdo’s has been a reliable source for premium names in kitchenware and cookware at affordable prices. In fact, their table top line-up also offers value-for-money options, with a wide range of stylish pieces to complete any dining and service set up. Some of the brands that have found a spot at Gourdo’s are Wilton, Wusthof, Microplane, Lodge, Ballarini, Swissmar, Libbey, Tovolo, and Trudeau. Gourdo's also has its own in-house labelled products.
Other Gourdo’s branches are located in Alabang Town Center, Glorietta 4, Trinoma, Greenbelt 5, Robinson's Manila, Shangri-La Plaza, Robinson's Magnolia, and The Promenade in Greenhills.
If you are a frequent Gourdo's shopper, do sign up for the Gourdo’s Passport Program, a reward system where you can get numerous discounts and exclusive privileges. To avail, a minimum single receipt purchase worth P3,000 is required plus P200 processing fee.
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