I’ll let you in on a secret: I’m not a fan of food parks—or places crammed with people, in general. Just the thought of visiting one stresses me out—the time consumed just looking for parking space, the overwhelming number of stalls to buy from, the long lines before you place your orders, this list could go on…
But Sagul Malingap Food Park is a total game changer. If there’s one food park I’d keep coming back to, it will definitely be this. Here are five reasons why:
5. It’s a food park with a purpose.
Who says you can’t watch a gig while on a food trip?
One of the owners of the food park plays in a band, so it’s no surprise that Sagul is passionate about promoting local art and music. Aside from holding gigs and events to promote indie artists, Sagul also partners with student orgs, as a creative space for art-related events.
4. It’s spacious and airy.
Unlike other food parks, Sagul Malingap Food Park is both spacious and well-ventilated. The place has a second floor where you can enjoy good food and drinks while cozying up on bean bags.
3. Two words: Parking space.
Here are two more words: THANK GOD.
2. Sagul Malingap Food Park has twelve unique food stalls.
You’ve got to try their delicious and healthy poke bowls! The salmon poke bowl is my favorite.
Asan si Diwa and Ila
Get the spicy garlic shrimp with shredded corn and shitake mushroom, it’s A+!
Order the garlic parmesan if you’re into classics, and the sriracha if you’re up for something hot.
Bite into the Hallucinator bacon burger, the Juicy Lucy burger, the Mushroom burger, and the Adobo burger.
Fill your tummies with their signature country fried chicken, which is the size of your face(!), their spicy chicken skin, and the creamy mac and cheese.
Homebase Steak Joint
Sink your teeth into their steak with bacon-wrapped veggies, and of course, their T-bone steak.
Sisig Ni Sasa
Order the pork sisig with yogurt sauce (a delicious twist!), the bangus sisig, and my favorite, the isaw na manok sisig!
Get the classic california maki.
Who doesn’t love ISAW???
Feeling adventurous? Try their amazing adobong balut.
Save room for dessert: check out the Black Bay (soft served ice cream topped with waffles, cookies, and chocolates).
1. It’s the most laid back food park I’ve ever been to.
In a place this chill, I could just enjoy feel-good music and long conversations over cold beer. All day long.
Make sure to drop by Sagul Malingap Food Park this week, and don’t forget to bring your friends!
SAGUL MALINGAP FOOD PARK
43 Malingap Street, Teacher’s Village East
0917 847 7532
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