The popularity of food parks has grown tremendously, and this has also happened in Metro Manila, where several new ones opened up in the past year. There are various food parks that are definitely worth checking out if you are going to be in this area. From great food selections, to affordable prices, you should absolutely give them a go. These are some of the top ones.
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• StrEAT Food Park Commonwealth offers a wide variety of Japanese, Mexican, Thai and Korean cuisine. Some of the best stalls here include Hue Café, Rocco’s and Saki Boy. There are also regular gigs and open mic sessions set up to spice up the atmosphere as you enjoy the great food. This food park is situated at the Don Mariano Marcos Avenue, Novaliches, Quezon City.
• The Yard, in Xavierville Avenue, Quezon City is another popular spot. Featuring a multi-level hangout which offers a great space for food stalls and clients, there are various food choices here! Some of the stalls include The Smoke and Barrel, The Chippery Fish and Chip Bar and the All About Fry Day stall.
• The Vibe at Mindanao Aveunue, Tandang Sora features stalls such as Geejay, Berliner Grill and Viet Taste, where you can enjoy cuisine hailing from various parts of the world, including Mexico, Germany, Vietnams and Hong Kong.
Some other food parks in the area include Grub Hub, Crave Park, The Truck Park and Container Turf.
Shiro Food Park on the other hand is a newest food haven in the areas of Caloocan and Quezon city.
My friends from the blogosphere took me to a nice spot where anyone can enjoy the food. The Vibe definitely has a cool mix of food kiosks, with food park specials like Japanese, Mexican cuisine and a lot more. It was not as crowded as I thought given it was on a Saturday, but to be honest the food we tried were all great and really affordable.
Special shout out to the store managers and the crew who assisted us. It was an absolutely fantastic day and everything we could have wished for.
The food was excellent although I was not really that hungry. The Staff and concessionaires were all fantastic and nothing was too much trouble for them.
Special thanks to JC, Food park’s overall in charge who assisted us throughout the planning stage and made sure everything on the day went to plan. I would thoroughly recommend Shiro Food Park.
Shiro food park caters to all people, people from different walks of life. No stereotyping, and for all ages. Just genuinely good food for everyone to enjoy! If you just want to hang out and enjoy with family and friends in Quezon City and Caloocan City area then Shiro Food Park is definitely a recommended place to visit!
Overall Shiro Food Park deserves two thumbs up! So try and visit Shiro food park for your next barkada food trip!
With a relaxed atmosphere and an awesome variety of food items, these food parks are all Instagram worthy!
Big shout out to all the establishments for joining this food tour: Ansia, Crentop Burger, CYOP (Create your own pasta), Gavino Rebeccas House of Griddle Sinful, DOTD ( Donut of the Day), The Barbecue Garage, The Shawarma and Kebab Factory, Rakki, Becum Sweet Corner, Wild Dawg Sportsbar, D & G roadhouse, Dapoerkoe, Badong’s Cuisine, The Sausage Party, Salt & Pepper, BFF House of Pulutan, Gabs Pizza, Sisig House Manila, Kenjie Crispy, Star Frappe, Artistt Tea
Shiro Food Park
Address: 44 Deparo Rd. Caloocan, Metro Manila
Phone: 0977 214 0808
Operating Hours: Open from 4PM–1AM