Have you visited the first motor racing themed food park in the Metro? YES, it exists! The food park is called PitStop and is located at Congressional Avenue Extension in Quezon City.
ClariSays.com was at the food park’s Media Launch this August 2017. Jean, my co-blogger was also there with her kids. She will be sharing their experience in another post. Meanwhile, I will be sharing with you what you need to know about the stalls.
The Look and Feel
Whether the sun’s up or about to set, I’m pretty sure you’ll be glancing at the food park when you pass the area. Why wouldn’t you? There’s a huge and colorful I <3 PitStop upfront. And if you look closely, you will even get a glimpse of their very own Formula One car. Cool, right?
The concept was created by Sir Pring, the owner along with his wife. Once you enter the food park, you will see that they really put a lot of effort adhering to the theme. There’s a “START” and “FINISH” line banner, racing flags, stoplights, street signs even overpasses! The details are truly amazing making sure motor racing enthusiasts as well as other guests enjoy the whole set up.
Indeed, the look and feel live up to the name – PitStop!
Besides the fun concept, PitStop Food Park also features unique food choices. There are 24 food stalls to try that offers a range of mouth-watering eats from isaw to steak! We got to visit and know more about each thanks to host James Deakin, Automotive Journalist who led the group on an amazing road trip!
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Looks fun, right? Anyway, here’s the full list of stalls and what they offer.
1st Stop: Native Grill – Enjoy the best native chicken barbecue. Native Grill’s version is marinated overnight in their special sweet and tangy sauce then grilled to perfection.
2nd Stop: Sons of Burgers – Juicy burgers, chicken wings and loaded potato wedges. Everything you want is right here!
3rd Stop: Nori – Craving for sushi and burrito? Get the best of both worlds with Nori’s Sushi Burritos which comes in six flavors – Poke Tuna, Spicy Tuna, Samon Unagi, Miso Glazed Salmon, Beef Bulgogi and Osaka Beef with Truffle Rice.
4th Stop: Jian’s Dimsum House: You can never go wrong with Chinese dimsum. Jian’s Dimsum House offers siopao, siomai, hakao and more.
5th Stop:Tapa Out – Breakfast in the late afternoon or night? No worries. You can get your tapa fix at Tapa Out!
6th Stop: Masta Pasta – Experience Italy on a plate! Masta Pasta serves seafood and pesto pasta and pizzas.
7th Stop: Qrazy Quesadilla – Craving Mexican? You’ll go crazy for Qrazy Quesadilla’s insanely good Mexican food offerings.
8th Stop: Wings – Check out this newly-opened stall. They offer delicious wings which comes in various flavors such as BBQ, Parmesan and more.
9th Stop: Pork Barrel – One word: sisig. Satisfy your cravings at Pork Barrel.
10th Stop: Halal Gals – Experience and enjoy a taste of Arabia with Halal Gals’ unique offerings.
11th Stop: Chef Resty’s Roast Beef – Get your fill of your favorite roast beef meals at Chef Resty’s!
12th Stop: Stone Grill – Where you’ll enjoy every last bite!
13th Stop: Thirsty Heroes – Get your ice cold drinks here!
14th Stop: Salted Egg – Want some snacks? Try their Potato Chips and Salted Egg Fish Skin.
15th Stop: Ihaw Lamang Ang Iibigin – If you’re drinking, you have to order some inihaw dishes.
16th Stop: Brandon’s Steak Hub – Steaks! Everything steak with a side of grilled corn and potato skins. YUM!
17th Stop: Chinder’s Dessert Bar – When it’s hot, you have to Chinder. Taste their cakes and liquid nitrogen-infused desserts.
18th Stop: Unli Crabs – Well… CRAB!!!
19th Stop: Buko Slashers – For a true tropical experience, choose Buko Slasher’s cool shakes.
20th Stop: Cotton Ball – Pop corn and sweet candy confections. Definitely what your kinds want!
21st Stop: Fruit Locker – Enjoy fresh fruits and halo-halo in one!
22nd Stop: Nitro7 – Don’t forget to visit the Philippines’ first nitrogen-infused cold-brew coffee and tea bar!
23rd Stop: Taclings – noun: a little bundle of goodness.
24th Stop: Tokyo Tempura – Love shrimp? Well, they offer SHRIMP TEMPURA All You Can for only 199 pesos!
After the special road trip, PitStop prepared a little game for the media and bloggers. There were three teams: Go, Stop and No Parking. Each team has two players. They would alternately taste the food served and answer James Deakin’s PitStop related questions.
Okay, time to come clean. I was one of the players along with my cousin and newbie blogger, Sofia. We were Team Stop. We… Everyone in general had a really great afternoon. Even if it’s a regular day – no games or special occasions, I think people would still enjoy the food park because…
One, there’s the fun concept which both young and adults would love. Two, the unique food choices are not only delicious but also affordable. Three, they have ample parking space and the electric-powered COMET jeeps pass by the area daily. So going there and back home is easy!
Are you ready for the total PitStop Experience? Make sure you follow us on Facebook and Instagram because we will be launching another giveaway. STAY TUNED!
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by Mommy Jean of ClariSays.com