3 Foodparks You Must Visit in Marikina

If you happen to click this link, you must be a foodie or an instagrammer whose searching for the next destination to visit. Well of course, you must know what a foodpark is. If you want to know the latest food trend and a place where you can take a lot of instagrammable pictures, then food parks are the perfect place for you and your friends. Food parks are popping up in different places such as Makati, Quezon City, Tagaytay and Marikina City.

Food parks are found in covered areas where you can see a set up of tables and chairs and numerous food stalls to choose from. They usually open at 4pm onwards.

Here are some food parks you must try to visit.


At the entrance of Crave Park, you can already see a lot of artsy and colorful murals that are perfect for your selfies and groufies. It has around 18 food stalls to choose from and has second floor area.

Address: Block 3 Lot 22 and 24 Mayor Gil Fernando Ave. Marikina City

Operating Hours: Mondays – Sundays (4:00 pm to 12:30 am)

Budget: P100.00 – P350.00 per person. (It’s better to go in groups so you can buy variety of foods at a lesser cost.)


The Truck Food Park is currently Marikina’s largest food park. It’s design is like a giant warehouse. It has 16 food stalls with every kind of cuisine to choose from. They are the first one to introduce a cashless system mode of payment. You’ll just need to deposit P50.00 for the card and load up with as much cash as you can.

Address: 8 Mayor Gil Fernando Ave. Marikina City (It’s just one block away from Crave Park!)

Operating Hours: Sundays – Thursdays (4:00 pm – 12:00 am)

Budget: P100.00 – P350.00


It’s the last food park we’ve visited that day. It’s an open air food park which has a number of unique stalls serving a variety of cuisines. Food is also affordable and delicious here. It’s more laid back and casual which is perfect for just chilling out with your friends.


There you have it guys. I hope it excites and help you! Go on there this weekend with your friends or family. If you have other questions, just comment below. Thank you! Happy eating 🙂


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