Food parks have long been a staple in the North (Quezon City), but they are now also making their way South of the Metro. One of the newest is Container Turf in BF Homes Parañaque. Situated along the foodie street of Aguirre Avenue, Container Turf is a 3-storey structure that houses around 30 up-and-coming food stalls.
Just like most food parks, this one is a hybrid between a food court and a food bazaar. There are plenty of cuisine options in Container Turf- there’s Japanese, Middle-Eastern, Mexican, Western, Filipino, and everything in between. It’s a foodie’s haven!
The place definitely has a lively and upbeat vibe to it. Apart from the colorful decor and vibrant artwork, you’ll also find a lot of young people and millennials grabbing a bite or two with friends.
You can feel the energetic vibe of each store. You can sense that they’re passionate about the food they’re selling.
Prices range from around 100 PHP to 250 PHP for an order.
The trouble with food parks is that you’ll sometimes be tempted to buy too much and end up over-ordering way beyond your stomach’s capacity. Haha! To avoid overspending and wasting good food, my suggestion is to gamble on an item or two, and then roll the dice again, the next time you come back.
Container Turf opens at 4PM and is open until 1AM on weekdays, and 2AM on weekends.
To sum it all up, Container Turf is a must-visit, the next time you want a food adventure in Aguirre. There’s lots of options and the food is really good!
Want a more visual overview of the place? Watch my VLOG! I visited Container Turf for the first time and gave my first impressions.
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