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Family friendly food parks in Metro Manila!

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Looking for a new dining experience for you and your family? Why not try out these family friendly food parks!

If you're looking for a different dining experience, you might want to try out these amazing food parks that have a family friendly space, as well as food that your kids will surely love!

1. Makansutra

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Makansutra, located in SM Megamall, was designed to look like the popular hawker centers in Singapore.

Each of the 12 stalls serve various types of Singaporean street food that we're sure your entire family will enjoy! And, since it's conveniently located inside a mall, you can go shopping with the kids in the morning and have a nice snack or dinner in Makansutra!

The food is a bit on the pricy side, so be sure to take that into consideration. However, the authentic Singaporean experience and the amazing food is well worth the cost!

Makansutra Hawkers can be found on the 2nd floor, Building A of SM Megamall.

2. StrEat

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StrEat, located in foodie heaven Maginhawa Street in Diliman, Quezon City, was conceived as a "convergence point" of the Maginhawa culture, according to Cheska Del Castillo, co-owner of StrEat.

StrEat offers a variety of food that your kids will surely love! Their different stalls include Asian, Turkish, Italian, Mexican, Korean, and even Southern Louisiana food!

Your kids can also eat a great dessert at Mio Gelati, which offers a variety of different gelatos, or Italian ice cream.

The ambience in StrEat is also very relaxed and laid-back, and there's plenty of space for your little chikitings to run around!

3. Crave Park

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Crave Park, located in Marikina, is one of the hippest and trendiest food parks in Metro Manila. With a very vibrant and colorful interior, the food that the different food stalls serve perfectly match the hip and trendy interiors.

They serve fried ice cream rolls, a Japanese bento kiosk, Taiwanese street food, Filipino cuisine, and even American style chicken wings!

The food is a bit more expensive than the usual fare that you'll find in malls and fastfood restaurants, but it's much more affordable compared to other food parks.

For more information, you can visit their website at cravepark.com.

4. Hole in the Wall

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Hole in the Wall, conveniently located in Century City Mall in Makati, is one of the most popular food parks that you can find in Metro Manila. It's also one of the very first food parks in the country, so you can be sure that they know their stuff.

The food the different stalls offer vary from delicious desserts, Chinese-American street food, burgers, and a whole slew of other interesting cuisines.

We're sure that your kids will love making their own cookie flavors at Scout's Honor, along with the delicious fresh milk that they have.

All in all, it's a great experience that everyone in your family will surely enjoy, and the food is definitely worth the expense.

5. The Vibe Gastro Hub

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The Vibe Gastro Hub which opened last December 2016 offers a lot for a food park. They even have a free valet service so that diners won't have a hard time finding a parking spot. So it's pretty convenient for families with cars.

Interestingly, they also offer karaoke rooms, so you and your family can do something different aside from just dining.

The food stalls available offer American, Japanese, Mexican food, and a whole lot more. We're sure that your kids will love the Cheesesteak Pizza from Rox Gastropub. And they'll love the colorful and tasty drinks from Nitro Shack.

The Vibe Gastro Hub is located in #9 Mindanao Avenue, Novaliches, Quezon City.

Source: rappler.comspot.phjourneyfreaks.comwheninmanila.com

READ: Manila mom guide: Where can moms take their kids to when they need a break?

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