5 Food Parks in Manila You Can Try This Weekend

meal-table Food trips are made much more convenient with the rise of food parks everywhere in Manila. If you’re up for a little adventure this weekend, this is a fun way to discover new dishes (especially Instagram-worthy ones) that you won’t find in the malls. Whether it’s torched fries that you’re craving for, or some standout milkshakes to satisfy your sweet tooth, these food parks are every foodie‘s haven. Check out what these food parks offer and you just might end up drooling.


Box Park

Pad Thai, Oven-Baked Pies, Torched Fries and Churros are just some of the food you can find in this mini food park. Located in Quezon City, this food park has 14 food establishments you can try. They offer different cuisines from Mexican, Middle-eastern, Thai, Korean to Filipino food too. And if you’re longing for some after dessert, you can try out their dessert stall called ‘Mr. Higgins’ where they serve ice cream waffles that’s not only too good to look at.

Store Hours: Monday – Sunday 3pm to 12mn

Location: Congressional Avenue Ext Quezon City

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Kapitolyo’s already known for its popular food spots, and this park just completes it even more. If you’re up for Japanese takeouts, Stuffed Burgers, and Singaporean street food among many others, your cravings will be satisfied.

Store hours: 4pm-12 Mon 12nn-12 Tues-Thurs & Sun 12nn-1 Fri-Sat

Location: 1st Street Kapitolyo, Pasig City

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StrEAT: Maginhawa Food Park


Maginhawa’s StrEAT food park with its customized shipping containers is definitely Instagram-worthy. But aside from how cute the place looks, there are also a lot of unique food finds you can try here like their Hong Kong style waffles and Korean desserts.

Store Hours: Tuesdays to Sundays, 5pm to 12mn

Location: Maginhawa St., UP Village, Quezon City

One Fifty Food Place 

One Fifty Food Place has an al fresco dining place with 12 stalls. What unique dishes caught our attention? Adobo flavored buffalo wings, Nilasing na Bagnet and Grilled Cheese Burger sandwhich, of course!

Store Hours: Mon-Thu/Sun – 4pm-11pm, Fri-Sat – 4pm-1am

Location: 150 Maginhawa St., Teacher’s Village, Quezon City

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Merkanto: International Street Food Fair


From India, Brazil, Morocco, to Asian cuisines like Vietnam, and Indonesia, this food park will cater to anyone who wants to try different dishes across the globe.

Store Hours: Tues-Sun 5pm-12mn

Location: 38 Mayaman Street corner Mahinhin Street, Teachers Village, Quezon City

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