Words by Ryanne Co
Need a break? Need some drinks? Need a 1/3 pound burger on a hot choco bun? Then head on over to Chill Out Food Park. Located in Camarin Road, Caloocan, Chill Out Food Park is exactly the place you need to bring your barkada to on a Friday night. They have everything, and I mean everything. With three KTV bars, a DJ booth, live bands, and darts competitions every Tuesday night, Caloocan’s newest food park is ready to give you what you need after a long day at work.
The venue isn’t just your typical food park, however. Its mix of artsy, urban vibes (read: hand painted murals, colorful wooden tables and chairs, and Christmas lights) gives it a unique, trendy atmosphere that allows one to enjoy the food from either of the twenty-plus food stalls that Chill Out has to offer.
The Chill Out logo illuminated by white Christmas lights with hand-painted swirls all around.
Happy hour is 5pm-1am everyday!
From Mexican to Korean to Chinese to Ilocano, Chill Out Food Park has got you covered. Not only are the staff incredibly welcoming, but the food is delicious, simple, and unpretentious. The best part? Everything is budget friendly with prices ranging from P55 to P499. Whatever you’re craving, whatever your budget, you’re sure to find something there.
DIY Korean Barbeque (Nyeong Sung Rang)
‘Nak ng Tokwa offers a variety of delicious tofu dishes (From L-R: Tofu Kinogoshi meatballs with cheese and sweet/spicy sauce, Taho Squares served with fruit of the day [grapes and watermelon that day], and Tokwa’t Baboy)
Mamer’s Grill serves up this whole chicken garnished with oranges and cucumbers
Probably the cutest nachos in the world! (Don Edgardo’s Mexican Food)
Lechon de Leche with Special Puto by Chinoy Lab (1/4kg of lechon)
JM’s Mangan Tayon serves authentic Ilocano food such as Bagnet, Vigan Longganisa, and Pinakbet
Grab some of these cute, refreshing drinks from Gulp City
Getta Pound Burger serves this sandwich with four layers of burger patties, bacon, and melted cheese on a hot choco bun
Chow down on sweet and sour pork, stir fry pork with oyster sauce, or sweet and sour fish fillet
Dada’s sizzling shawarma
Bitter Sweet cafe serves desserts such as red velvet cake, cheesecakes, and banoffee pie!
Craving for some street food? Papu’s got you covered
Food stalls include “Sizzling Shot”, “Chow!”, “The Caterer”, “JM’s Mangan Tayon”, “Bitter Sweet Cafe”, “Gab’s Kitchen”, “Sky’s Everything’s Cheese”, “Seafood Fiesta”, “Don Edgardo’s Mexican Food”, “Nyeong Sung Rang”, “Mamer’s Grill”, “The Beer Store”, “Papu’s”, “Tokyo Tempura”, “‘Nak ng Tokwa”, “Gulp Station”, “Getta Pound Burger”, “Dips n Fry”, “Terminal Hub Food Express”, “Dada’s Shawarma”, “Chinoy Food Lab”, and more. So what are you waiting for?
More of Chill Out Food Park here:
Chill Out Food Park
978 Capt. Samano St. Area A Camarin, Caloocan, Philippines
Monday-Thursday, Sunday: 5pm-1am