When this barkada couldn’t find their own hangout place where they could enjoy a whole lot of food options, they built their own Taguig food park!
One thing we all love about eating out is the bonding we do with our families or barkadas. Filipinos really love a good chat over meals more often than not, we also have a favorite tambayan spot where our barkadas often hang out. We like places where we can eat great food, with a cozy ambiance, and great music.
For the past months, I’ve been writing about restaurants and food parks. In Fairview, Quezon City alone, there are more than 5 food parks around the area. Meanwhile, there are also food parks in Paranaque City.
But what makes them so popular nowadays? Perhaps, these food parks are giving us what we want – great food, ambiance, and proximity. In the end, we all want a hangout place that gives us many options.
One of the newest food parks in Taguig lets you experience a world trip through different food options. Hole in One Food Hub is the hippest new food park around the AFP subdivisions near AFP Gymnasium.
When a group of friends couldn’t find their own hangout place, they built their own food park! All of them were part-owners and/or stall owners of the food available in the food park. They currently have 10 stalls that offer different food options.
(Insider Tip: They have swings inside and brick walls, perfect for your Instagram picture!)
Hole in One TT’sWe all love our liempo. This grilled favorite is transformed to two variants of the Pinoy dish: Inihaw and Adobo. The savory taste of liempo is complemented by the special side of their rice bowl dish. Enjoy your liempo with sprays of their soy sauce and vinegar.
If you love affordable Japanese food, Takamura is for you! Takamura came from two Filipino words, actually (Takaw + Mura). You should try the all-time favorite Japanese food like their Volcano Maki and Tempura. Wasabi Sisig, a fusion of Kampangpangan and Japanese cuisine, is great to try too!
Fan of burgers and fries? You should try their 100% beef burgers with chips and dirty fries topped with their BRAPP sauce and ground beef.
East and Nest
The love for Asian food made the owners create East and Nest (East for Asia, and Nest because a nest is a home). This stall is a home of Asian food. You must try their OMG Turon, a different take to the usual turon. They collaborate different Asian cultures into a dish. Try their signature dishes like Tapa Kim (Tapa+KimchiRice+Egg), Pad Kra Bowl, and Incredi-bowl.
If you are fan of Tex-Mex comfort food like nachos, Nachosera got you covered! They have the favorites like grande nachos, soft tacos and elote. Don’t worry, no echos on this one!
Ssam My Way
Experience Korean lunch trays and Samgyupsal (grilled pork belly) here in the Philippines. Their platter has the grilled pork and side dishes like dilis kimchi, cabbage kimchi, etc.
What’s a beer session without pulutan? Jizzlers is your pulutan partner. Taste their alligator sisig, corn and cheese and beef tenderloin.
Feast on seafood and great-tasting comfort food with Pirates. They have the truffled carbonara, crew meal (with shrimp, mussels, and clams), and tasty buffalo wings.
Happy Ending by Retro Treats
Dessert is love. Dessert is life. Surely, desserts give you a happy ending with their s’mores ice cream, banna pudding, and jack split.
Love savory and spicy food?Mi&You offers noodle dishes with their Pad Thai, noodles. If you’re fan of spicy food, go for Mi& You.
Volcano Maki (Takamura)
Adobo Liempo (TT’s)
Tapa Kim (East and Nest)
If you’re looking for good food, great music, and intimate dining experience with your family or barkada, Hole in One might be the one for you!
You can drop by their turf at 25 B Bayani Road, Taguig City. They are open Tuesday to Sunday 4 pm to 12 midnight.
What’s your best food park experience? Let us know in the comments below!