Scrumptious foodstuff, these are the favorites of Filipinos. Finding them is now made easier because they mushroomed all over the Philippines. Here are some of the must-visited food parks in the country!
Top 5: Muceno Food Park— Angeles, Pampanga
With more than twenty (20) operating stalls and others that are still under construction, the Muceno Food Park will surely stuff your fill with delight. Enjoy a wide range of choices from marinated and grilled meats, seafoods, lechon kawali, California Maki, pizza, and many more. The place is situated at Richthofen St., Angeles City.
Top 4: South StrEat— Silang, Cavite
Looking for a wave of flavors? Then head out to Silang and find mouth-watering dishes such as chicken kelaguen, Korean chicken, nutella desserts, and shakes. Some of the must-try stalls are Greek Street, Tatang’s, Crazytella, and Juan Sago. The place is located at Everest Sky Pitch, Sta. Rosa- Tagaytay Road, Silang, Cavite.
Top 3: Grub Hub— Quezon City
Nestled in Congressional Avenue, you can find these wonderful food stalls such as Mang Larry’s, Café Fratello, Noble Comida, and Aji Sushi. This new food park in Quezon City is inspired by artistic interior fostering an explicit ambiance that enhances dining experience. With this, taste a variety of fratccino, set meals, nachos, and many more.
Top 2: Carnival Food Park— Sta. Elena, Marikina
By the name of the food park itself, it is inspired by carnival found in Gil Fernando Ave., Sta. Elena, Marikina. Enjoy a lot of games and food such as sushi burritos, fried sinigang, barbecue, and many more.
Top 1: Buendia Food by the Court— Makati, Metro Manila
Visited by a lot of patrons, The Buendia Food by the Court is becoming a new favorite in the metro. Just like any other food parks, it offers a variety of lavishing cuisines and other foodstuff. One of the stall that catches my attention is the German Oktoberfest! They offer European sausages at a fraction of the cost of most European restaurants in the country. Plus you get to try their German beer like Oettinger, Erdinger and Franziskaner at incredibly low cost! Even lower than retail prices in the malls. Plus, you get the bonus of watching an exciting game, LIVE!!! The food park is located at 34 Sen. Gil J. Puyat Avenue, Makati, Metro Manila.
Indeed, Philippines is home to native and modern taste that will satisfy every craving. Lets go out and visit this Food park soon! Enjoy!