Pasta in a cone, cheese fondue, poke bowls, and more!
It seems that the food park trend is here to stay so we needed to create a new list to feature some of these destinations in and out of Metro Manila. To stay on top of the food game, these food parks are all about finding that unique theme that will set them apart from everyone else. At the same time, a well-curated food selection is a must to make sure that diners will enjoy good and quality food at affordable prices!
Check out these up and coming food parks, organized per location to make it easy for you guys to plan your food trip with your family and friends.
North Hive Food Park – Holy Spirit Drive
North Hive Food Park houses over 20 different food concepts serving cuisines like Japanese, Spanish, Filipino, Singaporean, and more.
The Food Hive Food Park – Visayas Ave
The Food Hive is one of the newest food parks to open in Quezon City, boasting of unique and crave-worthy stalls such as La Carnita with their grilled nachos ala bomba, Pappare with their gourmet pasta in a cone, and many more. Check out Hamaru as well located at the back part of Food Hive.
Operating Hours: M-Th, Su: 11AM-12MN; F-Sa: 11AM-2AM
Grub Hub – Congressional Ave
Grub Hub is one of the newest food parks in Quezon City. The interiors is very artsy and Instagram-worthy because of the colorful lanterns, the food stalls structured in hobbit holes inspired by Lord of the Rings, the rustic vibe of the place, and so on.
Operating Hours: M-Th, Su: 11AM-11PM; F-Sa: 11AM-2AM
Sagul Food Park – Teacher’s Village
Sagul Food Park is a neighborhood food haven that just opened on Malingap street. They take pride with three words that separate them from the average: “beer. food. art.” Read our full feature here.
Operating Hours: T-Su: 5PM-1AM
El Neo Garahe – Fairview
El Neo Garahe exudes a welcoming and rustic vibe with their painted tires and drums that makes the place seem friendly and approachable. They have different stalls here offering favorites like takoyaki, milkshakes, street food, burgers, and more.
Operating Hours: M-F: 4PM-12MN; Sa: 4PM-1AM; Su: 9AM-1AM
The Station Food Park – Sikatuna Village
The Station is a train station-inspired food park with over 20 operating stalls, each willing to take you on a ride to discover different flavors from various parts of the world. Some of their popular stalls include Cheese-o-holic offering unique cheesy dishes, Wild Bird with their many chicken dishes, TopDawgs with their black buns, and more. Read our full feature here.
Operating Hours: M-Th, Su: 4PM-11PM; F-Sa: 4PM-2AM
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The Station Food Park, 178 Maginhawa, Sikatuna Village, Diliman, Quezon City
Happy Tables Resto Hub – Congressional Ave
Happy Tables identifies itself as a ‘Resto Hub’ with its 17 unique specialty food stalls that can cure anyone’s comfort food cravings. Some of these include Katsuro with their affordable Japanese dishes, Amelito’s with their authentic Spanish cuisine for less, and Seven Yurts, a Mongolian BBQ stall. Read our full feature here.
Operating Hours: M-Su: 5PM-12MN
Madison Commons Food Park – Kapitolyo
Located along Brixton St. in Kapitolyo, Pasig, Madison Commons is one giant roof with 24 stalls under it! Some of their popular and unique ones include Ohana with their build-your-own poke bowl, and Pipa House with their fried pizza. Read our full feature here.
Operating Hours: T-Th, Su: 6PM-12MN; F-Sa: 6PM-2AM
Yard Underground – Christian Route
Inspired by the founders’ visit to London, The Yard Underground takes inspiration from the London Underground train system, with over 30 stalls boasting of unique eats such as Above Sea Level and their bestselling giant butterfly squid, Crazytella with their Nutella-infused drinks and desserts, Potato Club with their many potato-based dishes, and more. Read our full feature here.
Operating Hours: M-Su: 4PM-12MN
The Lokal Food Park – Shaw Boulevard
The Lokal is one of the newly-opened and rising food parks in the metro. It has over 15 stalls and will be adding more soon. They also have a karaoke room and game room. Now you have reason to never leave The Lokal. If that’s not enough, you can find everything from dumplings to steaks to cheese fondue there. Read our full feature here.
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The Lokal Food Park, Shaw Blvd. cor. Lawson St, Mandaluyong
(02) 411 6284
Recess Food Alley – Little Baguio
Located a stone’s throw away from Xavier School, Recess Food Alley has quickly become a favorite among student, teachers, and weekenders of San Juan. They’ve got all your favorite childhood snacks like shawarma, french fries, street food and fish cakes. What’s more is they’ve got Buy One Get One (BOGO) promos at select stalls which means more food to go around!
Update: Check out all of our Buy 1 Get 1 deals here!
Buy 1 Get 1 Cheesy Keema Shawarma – Moe’s Express
Buy 1 Get 1 Junior Teriyaki Bowl – Chomp Chomp
Buy 1 Get 1 House Blend Iced Tea – Chug
Carnival Food Park – Sta. Elena
From the name itself, this is a carnival-themed food park in Marikina that also features KTV rooms, basketball shoot-outs, and more. Some of the stalls are Kuxina with their modern Filipino favorites, Sushirritto with their sushi burritos, and more. Read our full feature here.
Operating Hours: M-Su: 4PM-12MN
The Truck Food Park – Sto. Nino
The Truck Park is the first food park to use a cashless payment system where you get a card at the entrance and you load it up and tap your way through the food stalls to get your choice of grub. Some of the must-tries here include Cheese Cartel, Mex and Match, Bacon Brigade, and more. Read our full feature here.
Operating Hours: M-Su: 4PM-12MN
Crave Park – Sto. Nino
Crave Park is a passion project that brings together foodies and art enthusiasts in one place. Some of the unique stalls here include Creamco Creamery with their fried ice cream rolls, Kawaii Kitchen with their cute bento sets, and more. Read our full feature here.
Operating Hours: Crave Park, Blk 3 Lot 22 and 24 Mayor Gil Fernando St., Centro de Buenviaje, Sto. Niño, Marikina
Arkipelago Food Park – San Antonio
Arkipelago Food Park houses stalls that serve different cuisines like Japanese, Filipino, and more. One of them is Halal Kabab Express, a Persian food stall with a buy one get one Chicken Biryani with Basmati Rice promo with Booky! See more deals here.
Buendia Food By The Court – San Isidro
One of the newest kids on the block in Makati is the Buendia Food by the Court. They have a wide array of stalls with Indonesian, American, Filipino, Chinese, German, and more cuisines represented. One of the stalls that you have to check out, however, is Sisig MNL. Think ostrich, crocodile, and wagyu beef sisig at your finger tips. Worth it.
Buendia Food by the Court, open daily from 5pm-12am
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Sen. G. Puyat Ave cor Bautista & Finlandia St, Makati
Hole in One Food Hub – Bayani Road
One of the newest food parks in town, Hole in One Food Hub started with a group of friends who wanted to put up their very own food park. Pretty soon, they decided to pitch in their own stall concepts and thus, the birth of Hole in One Food Hub. Read the full feature here.
South StrEat – Silang
South StrEAT Gourmand Container Park is the sister park of StrEAT Maginhawa with unique stalls like Hafa x Loha, Pasta Cone, Rockin’ Ribs, and more. Read our full feature here.
Operating Hours: M, W-Su: 4PM-11PM
Moderno Food Park – San Fernando
Moderno is the first ever food park in Pampanga that brings together local entrepreneurs, food enthusiasts, and craft seekers through good food and creative spaces. They even have air-conditioned rooms that you can reserve for private functions! Read our full feature here.
Operating Hours: M-Su: 4PM-12AM
Muceno Food Park – Angeles
Muceno is a newly-opened food park in Angeles City that already has over 20 operating stalls with more to come that are still undergoing construction. Some of these include Pomodoro from Kapitolyo, Benedito’s, Cone Culture, and more. Read our full feature here.
Industrie Food Hall – Ortigas
Industrie Food Loft is a rooftop food hall concept located at the City Golf Plaza in Ortigas. It features a beautiful collaboration of industrial and pop art design, featuring unique stalls like Krates by Kopiroti with their third wave coffee concept, Buns and Bros with their handcrafted burgers, Manila Creamery with their Filipino-Italian gelato offers, and more. Read our full feature here. What’s more is they’ve got Buy One Get One (BOGO) promos at select stalls which means more food to go around!
Operating Hours: M-Su: 4PM-1AM
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