Just one among the many places where you can take both your drinker and non-drinker friends.
Food parks. They may have been a fad that slowly died down as years passed but to those food parks who are still standing and bustling, they have turned themselves into one of the go-to places for foodies, families, and barkadas who want a variety of food options especially late at night!
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Two among the many food parks in the metro which still serve up delicious eats and treats are StrEAT and Uno Cinquenta, Maginhawa Food Parks who have not only made names for themselves to those living in the area and beyond.
If you’re in the area anytime soon or you’re planning to hang out with your barkada at these places, then allow us to give you an overview of what to expect from both Maginhawa Food Parks so you can choose where to go!
StrEAT: Maginhawa Food Park
Deeming themselves as the first food park in the Philippines, StrEAT Maginhawa is a bustling place where foodies can find up a variety of international dishes prepared in 12 customized shipping containers and trucks.
Here’s a sneak peek of the different stalls you can find:
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Serving up dishes which are all around familiar and nostalgic, if you’re looking for staple Chinese food, then Taste 360 is the kiosk to head on to.
Single or have a relationship with food? Rekindle the feeling of falling in love at Wasabae, a stall at StEAT Maginhawa that serves up Japanese dishes deep-fried, with sauces, or with hot broth.
Thirsty? Then head on to Epicure, a kiosk that offers up a variety of drinks – alcoholic and non-alcoholic – as well as snacks that you can pair with them.
Prefer to drink something more specific? Then check out Random Tea, a tea shop that specializes in milk tea drinks, tea latte, and baked cheese tea.
Love American carnival desserts or haven’t ever tried them? Then head on to Black Sugar, a kiosk that serves up well-loved American desserts like funnel cakes, churros, sundaes, and soda fountain drinks.
Serving up meat – you name it chicken, pork, ribs – that falls off the bone, Barrel Smokers is a stall in StrEAT Maginhawa that knows and proves that waiting makes everything worth it in the end.
Want some seafood to cut through all that meat? Then head on to Above Sea Level, a stall that offers up butterfly squid dishes, shrimp dishes, and seafood platters.
If you’re into Mexican food, then Plaza Taqueria Mexican Cantina’s the stall for you! They offer up a variety of familiar Mexican comfort food such as quesadillas, burritos, nachos, and tacos.
If filling food’s your jam then Adobo House is right up your alley! Serving up Filipino meals, ulams, and even desserts, Adobo House is the kiosk if you’re past snacking and all you want is a hearty plate of rice and ulam.
A stall that takes the humble hotdog to give it a new, interesting spin by adding flavors from both east and west, Schmidt’s Gourmet Hotdogs are perfect for those who want a new take on a familiar food.
Is your sweet tooth still not satisfied? Get your fix of sweet treats from Lost Bread, a stall that offers up sweet treats from french toast to milkshakes to soft serve and more!
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Formerly known as ONE FIFTY FOOD PLACE, Uno Cinquenta is the same 600-sqm al fresco dining space you came to know and love. Foodies and families alike can enjoy a wide selection of dishes from comfort food to Filipino food and even milk tea.
If you don’t know what to expect, here’s a list of some of the stalls you can find there:
The Piggery is all about pork comfort food, prepared through different cooking styles. Its menu includes sisig, nachos, salpicao, bacon chips, tonkatsu, nuggets and even homemade chicharon.
Wings gone wild has an all-chicken and mad hotdogs menu for you finger foodies to check out and enjoy!
Balay Bagnet offers its signature 100% choice cut pork belly, the Nilasing na Bagnet, that comes with different sauces or dips–Adobo, Soy Garlic, Honey Chili, Vinegar/Onion. It’s a new take on the traditional and well-loved Ilocos Bagnet.
Why wait for a fiesta or a special occasion when you can get lechon as well as favorite Filipino ulams any time of the day at Sabroso Lechon.
Serving up grilled meats and seafood on sticks that no doubt have a smokey charred flavor that pairs well with an ice-cold bottle of beer, Usok Empire is the King of affordable grilled skewers.
If you don’t like poring over a long menu, then Heat Stroke Grill is the place for you! It serves up grilled meats that are sure to satisfy.
Want Filipino food that tastes like it was prepared in your own kusina? Then head on to Kuxina, a restaurant that offers up Filipino dishes that we all know and love.
Recommended dishes: Flavored Tadyang, Tapa Leng, Crispy Kare-Kare
Can’t choose whether you want a juicy burger or a crunchy filling taco? Get both at G Burgers Tacos and more such as fries, mozzarella cheese sticks, and deep-fried bacon.
Tea Rex is a dessert place that serves up a variety of crepes – custar, pizza-style, nutella, and ice cream – as well as drinks like milk tea, fruit tea, and smooth tea all of which will surely satisfy your sweet tooth.
Pick up your chopsticks and get ready to get your slurp on at Shou Hand-Pulled Noodles – a Chinese restaurant that serves up flavorful bowls of hand-pulled noodles – dry or with broth – as well as rice toppings, dimsum, and claypot rice.
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