The first ever Glow in the Dark beer pong in Manila is here!
Monday to Sunday, 5:00PM to 2:00AM
Located just one block away from De La Salle University is a newly opened food park with a fun theme to boot.
The young and hip Taft crowd will especially enjoy their galaxy-themed interiors and dishes!
Space Food Park features a total of eight food vendors and three unique spaces: Earth, Sky and Galaxy.
The Earth is the first floor. It has the most Instagram-worthy spots among all of the spaces, so if you’re a foodie who loves taking photos, this is where you want to stay.
On the first floor you’ll find the following four vendors:
Egg-It first opened in Kapitolyo but is now a mainstay at the popular StrEAT: Maginhawa Food Park. They serve HK-style waffles loaded with ice cream and various toppings, as well as refreshing drinks available in solo pouches and group bowls, pails and jars.
For Space Food Park, they also created Galaxy-themed items such as the UFO Eggettes and Space Drinks, which light up at night!
Insider tip: Upgrade any drink to a Space Drink for only P70.
Sticks and Smoke serves grilled items at affordable prices, available in a la carte or rice meal options–just add P10! There’s pork belly, pork chop, quarter chicken, and sausage.
If you come in a big group, we recommend their Sticks or Big Bang platters.
Ok.Nom features authentic regional Ilocano cuisine prepared by true Ilocanos from the Cagayan Valley. Most of their offerings are good for sharing. Don’t miss their Dinakdakan and special Pancit Batil Patung, which is composed of two parts: the noodles with toppings like chicharon, meat and vegetables, and the “egg drop soup”-like sauce.
Golestan is a Persian-Filipino stall that serves special kebab plates and platters, which include chicken, tandoori, chicken wings, and beef chelo kebab.
Fun Fact: Golestan is one the 31 provinces of Iran. It's also a common name for girls, which means flower garden or "beautiful".
On the other hand, the second floor is the Sky. No need to worry about the rain because the park is fully covered.
Look for Darth Vader and the Storm Trooper!
You’ll find more stalls upstairs such as:
French for French fries, Pommes Frites serves a wide selection of gourmet and flavored fries. Try the Tokyo Fries (nori, togarashi and Japanese mayo), Darth Vader (squid ink and special cheese) and Sriracha Mayo (spicy Sriracha and mayo).
Adam’s, as its name suggests, serves Pinoy favorites like the usual -silogs (all P99 only) and sizzling specialties. Don’t miss their Tapa Sizzling and Squid Sizzling.
Unlike Egg-It’s drink selections, Space Bar serves drinks with alcohol. You can order their Space Cocktails in a pail (2-3 pax), a carafe (4-5 pax) or a rocket tower (6 pax). Their Beer Slushies, particularly the Matcha Vodka, is a definite must try.
Hue Cafe is a hip and trendy dessert cafe, which first opened Maginhawa. It serves colorful treats such as mug desserts, cakes, smoothies and juices. They are most known for their unique selection of over-the-top shakes.
Last but not least, on the second floor, you’ll also find The Galaxy–the fun, dark room where guests can chill, gaze at the galactic sky, listen to live bands, join special events and play your first ever…
Glow in the Dark Beer Pong
What are you waiting for? Be the first to visit this unique food park and the first ever glow in the dark beer pong in Manila. Space Food Park is currently on soft opening but will officially have their grand opening on April 22, 2017!
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