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The newest, coolest and tastiest food park is now in Pasig City!

The Playfield Food Park at The Main Park is becoming one of the attraction and food haven in the town. Each stalls have their own and unique cuisines where all foodies (like us, hahaha) can enjoy and indulge for.

So last weekend, me, Bong and the gang (Team Basti) went in to try, discover and experience what this food hub can offer.

They got most of the famous cuisines in the world. From Japanese ramen to Western-Japanese fusion to your favorite shawarma to cool Korean dessert to Filipino-style burger and original Filipino coffee and cakes, they offer the best taste of Asian food amongst other food hub!

They also have the most authentic Mexican food, Italian cuisines and and distinct waffles, that makes you feel and experience the Western-style eats!
A post shared by Juan Click (@mangmangjuan) on
Here we list all 10 food stalls that will make you come and visit the The Playfield Food Park:

1. Roke Ramen

Roke Ramen is a new ramen bar in Pasig. Although it's a newbie in the industry, it already attracted and satisfied many people. We were curious when we heard of it over the Facebook world. So one weekend, we came in and see it ourselves.

2. La Loca Mexican Cantina

Co-owned by Chef Fara Pakdamanian, La Loca Mexican Cantina is not your ordinary taco nook. If anything, it serves a hefty taco that's as big as a person's face via its banner treat called La Loca Special. The monster taco is fantastic for sharing by three people.

It's amusingly served as a crispy tortilla bucket filled with savory layers of Mexican rice, beef corn carne, cheddar cheese, beef carnita, cajun chicken, the signature La Loca sauce, cheese sauce, cajun-buttered corn, cabbage, pico de gallo, pickled chilli and camote chips. You can also go loco for Soft Taco, Quesadilla, Elote en Vaso, Burrito, Burrito Rice Platter and Nachos!

3. Bravissimo Gourmet


For those who have eaten at another food park in Kapitolyo, Bravissimo Gourmet Bistro is deliciously familiar. The owners -- a young couple -- are already successful in their other venture which is catering and attending to their new baby is basically just a walk in the park (pun intended).

This food stall is known by its patrons for its top-notch ribs and pasta flavors. Its Hickory Glazed Babyback Ribs and the Beef and Spinach Lasagna Roll-ups are a must-order. The lasagna version is a modern take on Italian cuisine in that it's a balanced taste of sour and sweet. Plus, it has an intense creaminess to it thanks to the inclusion of spinach cream.

4. Collide.MNL

Combining Western and Japanese flavors in its dishes, Collide.MNL is only for those who are hungry for the inventive. It's not easy to pull of fusion-oriented dishes, but this stall's treats somehow work well, especially the Schnitzel Tonkotsu (think German and Japanese) that's served with Yakimeshi (Japanese fried rice).

Its Pulled Pork Roll is savory and interestingly crunchy for having a Pinoy twist via its chicharon toppings.

5. Sgt. Wings

What food park is complete without a stall that serves flavored wings? So far, I'm yet to see one and The Main Park is making sure that foodies who are into flavored wings can have their fix at the park.

Here, they have Sgt. Wings. Must-try for those who have a penchant for anything spicy is the Korean-flavored wings. You can also try the buffalo-style wings which is the Classic flavor.

6. Baso't Tasa

There's something about underrated cafes that lure the coffee-lover in me and this unpretentious coffee and snack stall definitely has it all going on in that area. The owner is a serious coffee drinker and has long graduated from drinking Starbucks. As a matter of fact, she had been to a lot of places in search of the best way to prepare coffee at this new venture of hers called Baso't Tasa.

You need to order the Aero Press coffee that's a blend from Mindanao called Black Magic to really believe that there's more to your average mall cafe. Also, pair it with a beer cupcake or any cupcake flavor that they have at the stall (peanut butter, double chocolate or red velvet) because all flavors are fantastic anyway! Take my word for it.

7. Burger Beks Grill

Cute name but don't let it fool you, these burger are. seriously good. With todays budget trend, burger patties have a tendency to take a backseat to all the addons, but not this one. On the first bite, the patty instantly jumps out with a sweetness that you can only get from freshly ground beef.

8. Binzu Desserts

Bingsu is what Koreans call their shaved iced desserts. It's kind of like the Filipino halo-halo, only less to the letter when consumed. One doesn't really have to mix it all to taste the whole thing.

Binzu is named after this Korean dessert and its owners have seriously upped the ante regarding its quality by making their shaved ice flavored depending on the main dessert flavor that you order. Case in point: their Salted Caramel Binzu is caramel-y, for lack of a better term, down to its shaved ice! As a result, everything in the bowl is creamy and definitely not forgettable.

I loved that they are using whipped cream instead of ice cream so as to make the treat less overwhelming. I absolutely loved the inclusion of cereals in the mix because it gives the cold dessert a complimenting crunch that's sweet and dry for a change. Other must-orders are the Taro and Green Tea flavors.

9. Popffles

Serving all day breakfast meals, dessert charcoal waffles and beverages by Citronnade.PH, Fresh Ice Cold Lemonade.

10. Barangay Shawarma

Last but not least, Barangay Shawarma + Falafel + Kebab will bring you a taste of Middle-Eastern cuisine. They also offer buy 1 take 1 shawarma!

Not only they have good food, Playfield Food Park boasts its artsy and insta-worthy ambiance.
A post shared by Bong & Ong (@bongongadventures) on

You can play your childhood games on the 2nd level or dine in their cute tiki tents. :)


Some other things that you'll notice in this place are the good vibe and the happy atmosphere. We were lucky to speak and to get to know with the business owners and we noticed how friendly and accommodating they are. This is the only food park where you can see the cooperation of the owners to each other. :)

HOW TO GET TO PLAYFIELD FOOD PARK


From Crossing (C5 or BGC)

Ply the Shaw Blvd.-Pasig Blvd. route all the way to C. Raymundo Ave. past Vargas Bridge. Turn right at Mercedes Ave. and turn left later on at Luis St. The entrance of the food park is just near the corner of Luis St. and Mercedes Ave.

From Rosario (Ortigas Avenue)

Ply the C. Raymundo Ave. route all the way to Sta. Clara Montefalco Church. Once there, turn left at Mercedes Ave. and turn another left later on at Luis St. The entrance of the food park is just near the corner of Luis St. and Mercedes Ave.


Here's a glimpse of the food park:

The Playfield Food Park at The Main Park

Follow them on the following:
It's More Fun With Juan | FacebookIt's More Fun With Juan | Instagram


Location: The Main Park, next to East Raya Gardens, along Luis St., near the corner of Mercedes Ave., Brgy. San Miguel, Pasig City
Schedule: 4:00pm-12:00am daily

Special thanks to Mr. Roque for inviting us here and for the great food experience! :)

~Juan


WHERE TO STAY IN PASIG


Visit Pasig City Guide for news and updates in Pasig. :)

WHERE TO NEXT?

VISITING PASIG SOON?


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 The rates, contact details and other information indicated in this post are accurate from the time of writing but may change without IMFWJ's notice. Should you know the updated information, please message us on Facebook.

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PASIG FOODTRIP: 10 Food Stalls to try at Playfield Food Park at The Main Park

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The newest, coolest and tastiest food park is now in Pasig City!

The Playfield Food Park at The Main Park is becoming one of the attraction and food haven in the town. Each stalls have their own and unique cuisines where all foodies (like us, hahaha) can enjoy and indulge for.

So last weekend, me, Bong and the gang (Team Basti) went in to try, discover and experience what this food hub can offer.

They got most of the famous cuisines in the world. From Japanese ramen to Western-Japanese fusion to your favorite shawarma to cool Korean dessert to Filipino-style burger and original Filipino coffee and cakes, they offer the best taste of Asian food amongst other food hub!

They also have the most authentic Mexican food, Italian cuisines and and distinct waffles, that makes you feel and experience the Western-style eats!
A post shared by Juan Click (@mangmangjuan) on
Here we list all 10 food stalls that will make you come and visit the The Playfield Food Park:

1. Roke Ramen

Roke Ramen is a new ramen bar in Pasig. Although it's a newbie in the industry, it already attracted and satisfied many people. We were curious when we heard of it over the Facebook world. So one weekend, we came in and see it ourselves.

2. La Loca Mexican Cantina

Co-owned by Chef Fara Pakdamanian, La Loca Mexican Cantina is not your ordinary taco nook. If anything, it serves a hefty taco that's as big as a person's face via its banner treat called La Loca Special. The monster taco is fantastic for sharing by three people.

It's amusingly served as a crispy tortilla bucket filled with savory layers of Mexican rice, beef corn carne, cheddar cheese, beef carnita, cajun chicken, the signature La Loca sauce, cheese sauce, cajun-buttered corn, cabbage, pico de gallo, pickled chilli and camote chips. You can also go loco for Soft Taco, Quesadilla, Elote en Vaso, Burrito, Burrito Rice Platter and Nachos!

3. Bravissimo Gourmet


For those who have eaten at another food park in Kapitolyo, Bravissimo Gourmet Bistro is deliciously familiar. The owners -- a young couple -- are already successful in their other venture which is catering and attending to their new baby is basically just a walk in the park (pun intended).

This food stall is known by its patrons for its top-notch ribs and pasta flavors. Its Hickory Glazed Babyback Ribs and the Beef and Spinach Lasagna Roll-ups are a must-order. The lasagna version is a modern take on Italian cuisine in that it's a balanced taste of sour and sweet. Plus, it has an intense creaminess to it thanks to the inclusion of spinach cream.

4. Collide.MNL

Combining Western and Japanese flavors in its dishes, Collide.MNL is only for those who are hungry for the inventive. It's not easy to pull of fusion-oriented dishes, but this stall's treats somehow work well, especially the Schnitzel Tonkotsu (think German and Japanese) that's served with Yakimeshi (Japanese fried rice).

Its Pulled Pork Roll is savory and interestingly crunchy for having a Pinoy twist via its chicharon toppings.

5. Sgt. Wings

What food park is complete without a stall that serves flavored wings? So far, I'm yet to see one and The Main Park is making sure that foodies who are into flavored wings can have their fix at the park.

Here, they have Sgt. Wings. Must-try for those who have a penchant for anything spicy is the Korean-flavored wings. You can also try the buffalo-style wings which is the Classic flavor.

6. Baso't Tasa

There's something about underrated cafes that lure the coffee-lover in me and this unpretentious coffee and snack stall definitely has it all going on in that area. The owner is a serious coffee drinker and has long graduated from drinking Starbucks. As a matter of fact, she had been to a lot of places in search of the best way to prepare coffee at this new venture of hers called Baso't Tasa.

You need to order the Aero Press coffee that's a blend from Mindanao called Black Magic to really believe that there's more to your average mall cafe. Also, pair it with a beer cupcake or any cupcake flavor that they have at the stall (peanut butter, double chocolate or red velvet) because all flavors are fantastic anyway! Take my word for it.

7. Burger Beks Grill

Cute name but don't let it fool you, these burger are. seriously good. With todays budget trend, burger patties have a tendency to take a backseat to all the addons, but not this one. On the first bite, the patty instantly jumps out with a sweetness that you can only get from freshly ground beef.

8. Binzu Desserts

Bingsu is what Koreans call their shaved iced desserts. It's kind of like the Filipino halo-halo, only less to the letter when consumed. One doesn't really have to mix it all to taste the whole thing.

Binzu is named after this Korean dessert and its owners have seriously upped the ante regarding its quality by making their shaved ice flavored depending on the main dessert flavor that you order. Case in point: their Salted Caramel Binzu is caramel-y, for lack of a better term, down to its shaved ice! As a result, everything in the bowl is creamy and definitely not forgettable.

I loved that they are using whipped cream instead of ice cream so as to make the treat less overwhelming. I absolutely loved the inclusion of cereals in the mix because it gives the cold dessert a complimenting crunch that's sweet and dry for a change. Other must-orders are the Taro and Green Tea flavors.

9. Popffles

Serving all day breakfast meals, dessert charcoal waffles and beverages by Citronnade.PH, Fresh Ice Cold Lemonade.

10. Barangay Shawarma

Last but not least, Barangay Shawarma + Falafel + Kebab will bring you a taste of Middle-Eastern cuisine. They also offer buy 1 take 1 shawarma!

Not only they have good food, Playfield Food Park boasts its artsy and insta-worthy ambiance.
A post shared by Bong & Ong (@bongongadventures) on

You can play your childhood games on the 2nd level or dine in their cute tiki tents. :)


Some other things that you'll notice in this place are the good vibe and the happy atmosphere. We were lucky to speak and to get to know with the business owners and we noticed how friendly and accommodating they are. This is the only food park where you can see the cooperation of the owners to each other. :)

HOW TO GET TO PLAYFIELD FOOD PARK


From Crossing (C5 or BGC)

Ply the Shaw Blvd.-Pasig Blvd. route all the way to C. Raymundo Ave. past Vargas Bridge. Turn right at Mercedes Ave. and turn left later on at Luis St. The entrance of the food park is just near the corner of Luis St. and Mercedes Ave.

From Rosario (Ortigas Avenue)

Ply the C. Raymundo Ave. route all the way to Sta. Clara Montefalco Church. Once there, turn left at Mercedes Ave. and turn another left later on at Luis St. The entrance of the food park is just near the corner of Luis St. and Mercedes Ave.


Here's a glimpse of the food park:

The Playfield Food Park at The Main Park

Follow them on the following:
It's More Fun With Juan | FacebookIt's More Fun With Juan | Instagram


Location: The Main Park, next to East Raya Gardens, along Luis St., near the corner of Mercedes Ave., Brgy. San Miguel, Pasig City
Schedule: 4:00pm-12:00am daily

Special thanks to Mr. Roque for inviting us here and for the great food experience! :)

~Juan


WHERE TO STAY IN PASIG


Visit Pasig City Guide for news and updates in Pasig. :)

WHERE TO NEXT?

VISITING PASIG SOON?


IMPORTANT NOTE:
 The rates, contact details and other information indicated in this post are accurate from the time of writing but may change without IMFWJ's notice. Should you know the updated information, please message us on Facebook.

WHERE TO STAY IN PASIG:


best carinderia in pasig  murang kainan sa pasig  restaurants in c raymundo pasig  affordable restaurants in ortigas  food delivery kapitolyo pasig  24 hours kainan sa pasig  buffet in pasig  tapsihan sa pasig

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