Is it French? is it Japanese? Welcome to the Most Beautiful Food Park in Quezon City!
Food parks are a growing trend offering a variety of cuisines from local to international all in one al fresco place. Joining the growing number of food parks here in E.Rodriguz corner Cordillera street, you will find the well designed Le Village Lifestyle Park by Fruitas Holdings.
What I liked about Le Village food park
- The area is spacious and neat
They made the area for gatherings with friends and families or events with their well paved, tiled floors instead of just concrete or rubble compared to other food parks.
The chairs and tables are nice, comfortable and sturdy.
2. Each food stall has well lit signs and menu boards showing a good variety of food and drinks.
From Filipino, Japanese, Mexican, American food to fruit shakes, desserts, beers, and even wine. There’s enough variety to satisfy what everyone is craving.
Upon entering the food park area, you can see each food stall at a glance and menu boards are mostly digital.
3. Beautiful park ambiance
The lights, the wooden domes, the touch of cherry blossoms feels like you’re in a theme park. The inspiration came from the night markets in France.
This is how it looks like dining inside the beautifully carved wooden dome.
4. A well decorated and air-conditioned restroom with a waiting area with attendant.
I did not expect having this kind of restroom made for this food park. Earlier food parks only had portable toilets or just the basic (most of the time dirty) toilets. Most ladies, sadly have poor toilet etiquette.
5. Decent amount of parking spaces with accommodating guards and staff to assist you.
Upon parking, someone will approach your car to list your plate number and ask for your mobile number since it’s double to triple parking. There is also security guards nearby to watch over the whole food park.
Food we tried first.
Kazam Kebab House
I like that they used a combination of real plates with disposable cutlery.
We tried the beef kebab, ox brain, beef keema and their yogurt shakes.
The food was lacking in certain spices compared to Mister Kebab. However I do like that they used real strawberries in their yogurt shake.
It’s acceptable and good for the price.
Overall, Le Village Lifestyle Park is a good and cozy place to have dinner or midnight snacks way past a restaurant or mall hours. It is well designed and staffed compared to Adventure Food Park along Aurora Boulevard. I would come back again to try the other food stalls. It is most probably the best food park in Quezon City. The only drawback would be the double parking arrangement where you would need to move your car when you are blocking someone leaving.
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Information about Le Village Food Park
E Rodriguez Sr. Ave, cor. Cordillera Street Quezon City, Metro Manila
4 pm – 1 am (Peak hours are between 8:30 PM – 11:30 PM). Most popular day is Thursday.
Official social media accounts
Facebook: Le Village Lifestyle Park