Hidden in the previous Air Force base, The Millennials Food Park is now gaining attention not just from the people within the area, but from the food lovers of Metro Manila.
Place: The Millennials Food Park is really the most unexpected itself. Its location is something you won’t foresee before going, but this made it more interesting. At first, we made an assumption that, because it is located where there are houses around, people might not want to go and eat there because they can cook for themselves. But, as our stay gets longer, we noticed the number of people increasing. It actually filled the whole place.
Space: The food park has two floors. The first or the ground floor is a rectangular area where the food stalls mostly are, and in the center is where the tables are placed. The second floor is nicer for people who prefer spacious dining. In the said floor, the walls have really beautiful designs that are really instagrammable and refreshing to look at.
Food: The food park is composed of various food stalls which will surely suit different preferences in taste. I was quite shocked to see Ilocano dishes after seeing pasta and burgers, and then I realized that it is really a “MUST”. People, especially when going out with friends, prefer different kinds of food.
So, eating in a place that will only satisfy one’s cravings won’t make it any better. THIS IS THE PLACE FOR GROUP, PARTNERS, AND SOLO. I couldn’t believe I was seeing a lot of foods in front of me; it was really exciting and satisfying. The following are the food I favoured with:
Natelyn’s Delight, Pizza Sisig. I love sisig. I love pizza. I thought it would be a weird food combination, but NO. Both compliments with each other, and it is really amazing!
Boss Chicks, Buffalo Wings. I’m not really a big fan of buffalo wings but no lies, I fell in love with the buffalo wings of Boss Chicks. I like how juicy and spicy it is. I tend to put some self-made sauce (even in buffalo chickens), but I didn’t make it in this one because it perfectly matches my liking.
Bagnet of Lodi’s Vigan Kitchen. As a part Ilocana, I really liked this one. It is really crispy and the taste really stayed in my mouth, so I was craving for more. This gave me a sudden flashback from my hometown! I love it.
Black Barrel Smokehouse Co. I can say that this stall is my most favourite among all. I’m such a meat lover and everything in here is so yummy! It is very juicy and soft and not even a 1% a harm for the teeth. Compared to other restaurants, they only grill the meat and that’s it. But, Black Barrel Smokehouse Co. obviously smoked the meat for several hours to create such masterpiece.
Chicken and Pork Sisig of Dafort’s Sisig. I call myself a sisig enthusiast and with no lies, I really approve with Dafort’s Sisig. The chicken sisig was a bit salty which made it taste better with rice. The saltiness wasn’t even a hindrance, it’s really delicious. So is the pork sisig. They are both tasty.
Service: The staff were really friendly and nice. If you’re shy and you’re looking lost, they will approach you and ask if you need any help. They really treat you as someone they look up to. Greetings are very important, and they didn’t miss it.
Cleanliness: Have nothing to say but a “YES” to their cleanliness. The food park has its own charms which were shown in our visit. It gives a sophisticated look not just because of the design but because of the uniforms of the staff that made it look cleaner and more decent. It also has two restrooms for both sexes and it’s quite nice.
However, soon, if the food park grew bigger, it would be better to add additional cubicles in each restroom, so that they will be able to easily accommodate the hygienic needs of the visitors.
This is recommended to everyone because of the variety of foods that are prepared; it doesn’t really matter if you’re with a huge number of friends, a date with your partner, family time, or just solo. The Millennials Food Park will satisfy your cravings, no matter what.
Millennials Food Park is located at 10th 7th st. Villamor Air Base Pasay City. Landmarks are Metro Supermarket Plaza 66 and Resorts World Manila. You may type in Millennials Food Park in Waze/Google Maps for easy navigation.
If travelling by car, you can park at the side streets near the food park or you may opt to park in Metro Supermarket which is a 3 or 4 blocks walk from the food park. If riding Grab, Millennials Food Park is also recognised.