6 Food Parks to visit instead of your family holiday lunch at the mall

Food parks are the new norm when it comes to food and there are just dozens of them waiting to be filled this holiday season, some already have their own waiting lines as well.

And during this season, it’s just basically hectic all over in the mall, and it’s pretty much not a nice sight when you’re hungry AF and you’re still number 12 in the line.

Why not swap in your annual family holiday lunch at the mall for a food park that has a lot of options for you to choose from?

1. One Fifty Food Place – Maginhawa

This al-fresco dining place is home to 12 unique vendors with a variety of selections such as all-pork comfort food, steak, poutine fries, ice cream buns, chicken wings, and deep fried churros.

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2. The Yard – Xavierville Ave.

They’ve got it all for you – from Japanese to Korean faves and the home of the first ever ice cream doughnut cones in Manila.

order here, pick up here

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Dreaming of this milkshake from Milkshake Lab!

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3. Pazar Food Park – Fairview

From steaks to chicken and waffles to s’mores dip, it’s pretty much the norm up north.


Flatbread pizza, smores, and nachos! #squadgoals #foodtrip

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4. Gastropark – Kapitolyo

The first ever food park of Kapitolyo will always harbor a special place in an average foodie’s heart. Mexican food, liquid nitrogen icecream, yakitori barbecues and milkshakes are going to get you hyped for this park!




5. Merkanto: International Street Fod Hall – UP Village

If you want to get down and dirty (just kidding), this is a food park concept revolving around the street food-style of different countries all over the world. The food stalls are all named after the countries they be reppin’.





6. Grub Hub

Fun fact: Almost everything they use is recycled in Grub Hub. It’s the new food park on the block but don’t take lightly of it, it usually has a full house. But now, get ready for pasta, Filipino comfort food, s’mores, milkshakes and the likes!

Outdream yourself x 2017, we are ready. #grubhubph Photo by spotph

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