Food Parks are my kind of parks.
Food parks are my guilty pleasures. Not only are they affordable but they are becoming homes of the best food stalls that serves delicious and Instagram-worthy foods.
Need I say more?
I had the chance to visit one of the newest and only food park in Tomas Morato with my bestfriend and I was delighted that it sits just around the neighborhood. How cool is that? This park is just along the Alejandro Roces Avenue so it wouldn’t be hard to miss.
The first food stall that caught our sight first was this little thing with their banner that says ALL YOU CAN. Not a big fan of shrimp but I am really down for some tempura madness especially with such low price.
But as much as we wanted to get our fix of unlimited tempuras, we didn’t want to get full soon and would want to try other stalls too. So, we ordered the Tempura Bucket. It was delicious and addicting. The downside for this stall is that during our visit, the vendor told us that they don’t have everything that is on the menu. The tempura duo, chili cheese and ika fry weren’t available which sucks bigtime because we really were craving for some fried chilis and onion rings. But hey, I was not complaining with the tempura bucket.
What we ordered and enjoyed here was the cheesy Quesadillas. The cheese was melting in the soft pita. It was just perfect.
We also ordered fish ‘n chips from It’s a Good Friday. Too bad I forgot to take a picture. Anyway, their fish was yummy. It melts in your mouth and the dip was good too.
All of these heavenly goodness treats only costed us P970.
Tempura Bucket – P115
California Maki – P160
Pulled Pork Nachos – P165
2 Barbecues – P120
Quesadillas – P180
Fish ‘n Chips – P130
2 Pink Lemonades – P100
We totally enjoyed going here and would most probably go back again and again and again.
Opens from 12PM until 12PM
120 Don A. Roces Avenue