5 Food Parks to Try in Fairview, Quezon City

We all love to eat. I mean, who doesn’t enjoy eating? Seriously. This year, we saw the rise of food parks. With new ones opening here and there, we can’t help but satisfy our cravings. You’ll just never run out of choices.

If you have lived up in the north, and by north I mean “far-view” er, Fairview, you will know the struggle of finding good restaurants to try. Everything’s in the south. Good thing is, it has all turned around now. Fairview in Quezon City is now the king of food parks and we’re listing down five of them that we deem is worthy of a visit. More reasons to visit the north. After all, the drive is all worth it.


1. StrEat: Commonwealth 

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Our favorite food park in Maginhawa is now in Fairview. Introducing StrEat: Commonwealth, this food park along Commonwealth extension is a must-visit if you want some chill vibes. From Thai dishes to pizzas, burgers and fries to a taste of Korea, you’ll definitely have a feast here.

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Location: Lot 20, Block 177, Don Mariano Marcos Ave., Quezon City.
Opens Monday-Sunday 5:00pm-12:00mn
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2. Nova Food Park 


An old parking lot turned into a food park, Nova Food Park is a famous destination despite its hidden location and small size. And oh, the famous Bratz Grilled Burger is a must try. Angry Bacon ftw!

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Location: Gen. Luis cor. Elenita Sts. Brgy. Nagkaisang Nayon Novaliches. Quezon City
Opens Monday-Sunday 5:00pm-12:00mn


3. Backyard Food Park 

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It’s food park meets graffiti. While it’s not a big park, it’s enough to accommodate the entire barkada. At Backyard Food Park, you’ll not only enjoy great food but also some awesome street vibes. After all, their tagline is Eat. Chill. Enjoy.

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Location: Lot 11, Block 7, Regalado Ave., Corner Coronet St., Fairview, Quezon City
Opens Monday-Sunday 4:00pm-12:00mn
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4. Pazar Food Park 

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There’s many reasons why Fairview is a food haven and Pazar Food Park is just one of it. Located near Our Lady of Fatima University, this food park is simply a haven. Just looking at the photos will instantly make you drool!

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Location: 26 Regalado Hwy, Fairview, Quezon City
Opens Monday-Sunday 2:00pm-12:00mn


5. The Hangout Food Park 

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Not far from central Fairview lies The Hangout Food Park in Almar, Camarin, Caloocan City. Though it’s technically not located in Fairview, this food park is worth mentioning since it’s the largest on our list and it’s just one ride away. Here you’ll find a fusion of all flavors ranging from Japanese to Korean to even artisan ice cream.

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Location: Camarin Road, Caloocan City (near Zabarte Town Center)
Opens Monday-Sunday 5:00pm-2:00am


There’s always a new place to dine and a new food to try. Food parks are here to stay and we’re so excited to try them all. Fairview is no longer far-view and it just keeps on getting better. So go ahead and drive all the way up here, it’s gonna be worth it. Enjoy your gastronomic adventure!

Justin Vawter

Climber. Backpacker. Designer. Blogger from MNL. Life is too short to live without adventure.