PITSTOP FOOD PARK QUEZON CITY: Food Parks have recently started becoming popular in Manila, with many of these dining destinations sprouting one after another in different areas around the Metro. It’s not surprising that these ventures are becoming successful, given Pinoys’ innate love for food and casual dining.
What’s great about food parks is that it’s essentially going on a foodtrip, without having to travel from one place to another to try different cuisines. You can just visit one of these foodie hubs, and you already get to explore different kinds of dishes within one area. It’s a pleasant yet convenient stall-hopping experience, and the best part is, the food being offered is pretty good!
One food park which recently opened is PitStop Food Park located along Congressional Extension Road in Quezon City. If I’m not mistaken, this is the only food park having a “hi-speed motoring” theme, and I think it’s pretty clever how it relates to the “trip” part when we talk about food trips.
Here are our personal favorites at PitStop Food Park:
Pit Stop Food Park Quezon City, Metro Manila
Brandon’s Steak Hub
Must-try: Wagyu (beef is tender and well-seasoned), and Steak with Pepper Sauce
Must-try: Beef Tapa (flavorful, probably because of the generous amounts of spices)
Overall, there are 24 food stalls housed in PitStop Food Park. We weren’t able to try everything, but here is the whole list for your reference:
Native Grill, Sons of Burger, Nori, Kimu San, Jian’s Dimsum, TapaOut, Masta Pasta, Qrazy Quesadilla, Wings, Pork Barrel, Halal Gals, Chef Resty’s Roast beef, Stone Grill, Thirsty Heroes, Salted egg, Ihaw lamang Ang Iibigin, Brandon’s Steakhub, Chinder, Unli Crabs, Buko Splashers, Cotton Candy, Fruit locker, Nitro 7, Taclings and Tokyo Tempura
PitStop Food Park is open from 4pm to 1am on Fridays to Sundays, and 4pm-12mn on Tuesdays to Thursdays. Parking is limited though, so be sure to visit the are early if you’re planning to bring your own car.
PitStop Food Park Address: Congressional Extension, Quezon City, Philippines