How Pitstop Foodpark Revs Up the Foodpark Craze One Plate at a Time

The whole stretch of Congressional Avenue Extension is filled with amazing foodparks. But check out where the buzz is now. Pitstop Foodpark.

Here, I will literally take you on a ride to a food trip with this automobile-themed foodpark in the city that is worth braving the traffic for. Pitstop is the first (and possibly only) sports car or motor-themed foodpark in Metro Manila. It is located at Congressional Extension, Quezon City, just beside Shell station, with a fun and outrageous automobile- and motorcycle-themed atmosphere. Visitors are amazed by the auto and racing stuff and memorabilia on display, including full-size racecar and vintage motorcycles in front of the foodpark.

South Border in the house!
 More than just providing great entertainment with live bands/ performances and generous amounts of good  food to its regulars, Pitstop also offers parking to provide space for their customers. 

There are 24 stalls that can be found in Pitstop Food Park: Native Grill, Sons of Burger, Thirsty Heroes, Brandon’s Steak Hub, Chinders, Kimu San, Tokyo Tempura, Jian’s Dimsum House, Tapa Out, Masta Pasta, Qrazy Quesadilla, Route 66, Nitro 7, King Kebabs, Chef Resty’s, Honey Bunch, Shisha Lab, Frozen Spoon, Bahay Buko, G-Stop, Nori Sushi Burrito, Beer Below Zero, Fruit Locker and Pork Barrel. Some of the food stalls are already open by 4:00 pm.

First stop! Brandon's Steak Hub. There's one steak that foodies will actually willingly wait for... and it's Brandon's Rib’s Eye Steak! It comes with 3 sauces; wild mushroom sauce, Brandon's signature sauce and black pepper sauce. All delicious! It's my favorite so brave the rain or traffic and try one yourself.

I love Chef Resty’s Roast Beef Combo Meal for only  P180. The roast beef is tender and delicious. They have a roast beef carving station, and they do on-the-spot cooking. Plus, you can choose the side dishes that you like.

For a budget-friendly tempura, try Tokyo Tempura's Unlimited Tempura for only P199. Super sulit!

Jian's Dimsum House offers dimsums, noodles, siomai and siopao. But my husband's favorite is the Spareribs! It's a must-try!

 Luckily, one of them had this yummy flamin' burger to satisfy the dire need of the customers’ burger cravings. Check out Sons of Burger!

Twister fries, anyone? Try it at TapaOut! Plus their yummy Tapsi. Not so famous but delicious AF.

Of course, I won't miss my ultimate fave Pinoy dish, Sisig! :) Try the pork sisig and baked tahong at Pork Barrel. You're welcome.

Grilled everything at Native Grill! 

For pasta lovers, there's Masta Pasta! Your choice of pasta for only Php180!

Masta Pasta has a meat-heavy menu too, like baby back ribs and T-bone, that attracts the big crowds!

Calories don't count when it comes to dessert, so prepare to indulge with some seriously good cakes at Chinder's and ice cream. My daughter loves the Cookies and cream milkshake and ice cream at Frozen Spoon!

What makes this place even cooler is the wide variety of drinks you can choose from! And by wide variety, I mean Nitro7's nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee coffee, smoothies (Bahay Buko's buko-mango shake is my fave), sodas, and beers at sub zero temperature. The small jar of their in-house iced tea blend costs Php 70  and Php 140 for the large jar.

With a wide variety of food options featuring great steaks, burgers, ribs, appetizers, combined with live  entertainment, Pitstop is a great place for people of all ages to relax, refuel and recharge. A cool foodpark  indeed. So start your engines and race on over for an epic food trip at Pitstop!

How to get there: Ride the jeepneys which ply the Congressional via Luzon Avenue and Munoz market, or you can ride the  jeepneys from SM North to Katipunan via Congressional Avenue.

For more deets, visit Pitstop's Facebook page

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