Time for your next food crawl
There’s nothing better than a Friday night food crawl with the barkada at your nearest food park. It’s a one-stop shop for endless food possibilities and all you have to do is order away! To stay on top of the food game, here’s a tip for finding the right food park: a well-curated food selection is a must to make sure you enjoy good and quality food at affordable prices!
Check out these buzz-worthy food parks that have highly-curated food stalls, organized per location to make it easy for you to plan your next food trip with your family and friends.
Sagul Food Park – Malingap St.
Sagul Food Park is a neighborhood food haven found along the home of hidden gems in Teacher’s Village, Malingap street. They take pride in three words that separate them from the average: “beer. food. art.”
StrEAT – Maginhawa St.
StrEAT is the go-to Maginhawa 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 The Lost Bread offering unique frozen desserts, Random Tea Room with their many tea and milk tea options, TopDawgs with their black buns, and more.
Uno Cinquenta – Maginhawa St.
Although one of the many food parks in Maginhawa, Uno Cinquenta sets itself apart by providing a great ambiance of greenery as well as a diverse selection of food from desserts, samgyupsal, bar chow, and even wine.
Open Kitchen – Congressional Ave.
The sounds, smells, and sights of cooking can really work up an appetite and heighten the everyday experience of eating. Open Kitchen is designed in a way that each unique food stall has a kitchen open to the entire food park. You won’t only be entertained by the live bands and the buzzing conversation, but by the chefs’ talents when they prepare your fave dish!
Le Village Lifestyle Park – E. Rodriguez
Along E. Rodriguez, enjoy Le Village Lifestyle Park, an al fresco lifestyle food park destination perfect for celebrating good food, wine, music and company. Unlike other food parks that gather large crowds, Le Village is a spacious area with decent amount of parking for friends and families on-the-go.
Devour Food Hub – E. Rodriguez
With no two food stalls alike, Devour Food Hub allows you to explores all kinds of cuisines from the Philippines, Japan, America, China, Korea, Italy, and more! Devour Food Hub also has retail stores that sell cellphone accessories, clothes, and DIY art materials for those who want to shop and dine at the same time.
Z Compound – Malingap St.
Open since 2013, Z Compound was the first food park ever to make its mark in the Metro Manila food scene before the craze even started. Found in the food-filled street of Malingap, Z Compound has a good mix of unique food concepts and budget-friendly meals for university students hanging around the area.
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.
Recess Food Alley – Little Baguio
Located a stone’s throw away from Greenhills Shopping Center, Recess Food Alley has quickly become a favorite among students and neighborhood residents 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!
Arkipelago Food Park – San Antonio
Arkipelago Food Park houses stalls that serve diverse cuisines, but also serves as a haven for art appreciation and retail therapy. On the second floor, you can find Mano and Makina, an art gallery that showcases artwork made by hand and machine as well as Game Detective, which is a specialty game hub for all board game enthusiasts.
Buendia Food By The Court – San Isidro
Other than the fact that Buendia Food By The Court has a wide array of stalls representing Indonesian, Filipino, Chinese, and German cuisine, they also have a rooftop on the second floor where you can bask in the Makati cityscape. One of the stalls that you have to check out is Sisig MNL. Think ostrich, crocodile, and wagyu beef sisig at your finger tips.
The Pallet – Poblacion
Right smack in the middle of Poblacion, The Pallet is an outdoor, no-frills tavern that houses ten unique food stalls ready to satisfy your pre and post-game cravings!
Eden Food Hall – BGC
Eden Food Hall is a 24-hour food hall located in BGC ideal for residents and graveyard shift workers around the area. The contemporary food court aims to support local entrepreneurs by serving customers cheap eats from all around the world.
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.
Malingap Central Food Hall – Malingap St.
Malingap has made a name for itself with its growing food scene. With their very own food hub, the Malingap Central is a highly-curated food hall that gets everything right. Air-conditioned with a few al fresco dining areas outside, they have everything from buffalo wings, Manila Creamery ice cream, and even Pepeton’s famous crispy pork face.
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Cover Image by Taqueria MNL.