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Friday, September 20, 2019

Palm City Food Park: Tagum’s Newest Food Hub

FOOD parks are the biggest thing that has happened to anyone who loves going on food trips. The food is always festive with a wide selection of cuisines that can truly satisfy your cravings.

The Palm City Food Park located in Lapu Lapu Street in Tagum City, pioneered this new food hub promising a variety of quick eats conveniently housed in one place. Owned and operated by Elegante De Propiedad Corporation, now officially with 9 tenants and counting since its opening last November 23, 2017.

The park was first to have a multi-level hangout in Tagum, along with 9ftx12ft LED wall, with elegantly decorated cable tables and lighted acrylic rounded glow sphere chairs, accentuated with white, and black accent interior, with an indoor garden vibe, rolled with synthetic turf artificial lawn grass that is attractive to the eye, a pleasant place that invites you to relax and enjoy the environment, a place where your children and pets can safely play.

Upon invitation from one of Davao ‘s seasoned nightlife circuit and events DJ Bert Manuel, allowed me to tour the whole place, chat with the stalls owners, and taste their food specialties. Throughout the day, DJ Bert will showcase the various sounds and styles of house music, as well as live performances.

Tenants include Namit Restobar, (offers the quintessential Ilonggo dish, Batchoy, the silky noodles, hot broth and robust flavors. They also offer a variety of seafood delicacies along with their best -selling “Crispy Crablets”. SeeeFood by EYS Tuna’s (“Ituro Mo Iluluto Ko”) “King Art” Lechon (gastronomic plate of all lechon dishes from sinigang to monggo).

Roberto’s by Mr. Art Abner Ang serves tender juicy ribs. They have rice served dishes like Pork Sisig, El Camaron, Chicken Barbeque and Hawaiian Shrimps with prices ranging from P149 and up. They also have sweet treats & deliciously decadent baked goods like the Black Forest, Mango Cheesecake and Tiramisu.

Hot Plate serves amazing food, so good that it will make your soul cry out for more!! Just like eating at Grandma's house, but with a twist! “We are committed to providing our clients with great service and amazing food, perfect for the entire family”, according to the owner Mr. Noel Martin. Hot Plate also serves “Chicken Nilotlot”, chicken cooked in Bamboo and “Oton Sinabaw”, a fantastic cold-kicker spruced with lots of onion, ginger ,and lemongrass.

Box and a Bowl serves delicious and authentic food, exotic versions like crocodile and the crispy fried frog can pique the interest of your taste buds. I would definitely try their “Baboy ramo” and snake delicacies in my next stop.

Tikiloha boasts a wide array of smoothies, shakes, juices, and cocktails tossing in handfuls and drizzles of various ingredients. Must try to include “Classic Bahamama”, Tiki Chokobum, and their own concoction of Weng-Weng and the delectable coffee Vietnamese. Newly opened stalls include Aussie Steak House and Papa Jhun’s Pizza Shack.

Palm City Food Park is a cozy food hub that proves to be a good hangout spot for barkadas and the entire family to bond while enjoying good food and great music. Each food stall has a unique menu for wider selection of customers. It has affordable food, accessible parking, the place is good for late night cravings or after work drinks. You can order any food you want from the stalls and be delivered to your table, promptly. The atmosphere is buzzing - it's always full of customers so get there early if you can. The food park is open from 11 am to 1 am.

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