Boxed Up Food Park in Davao City
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Parks are fun and so is food, put them together and you have just created the perfect chill, hang out, and eat place for people of all ages.
Davao City is not only short in food parks, but it literally has no food parks at all. Although, this all changed when the news broke out about one food park opening in Surveyor Road, Doña Vicenta Village.
Finally! Boxed Up Food Park in Davao City
So the first official food park here in Davao City is Boxed Up. The park had its grand opening on October 20, 2017.
Many people attended the opening of the event since it is the first ever food park in the city. Many had high expectations, and Boxed Up sure did meet every single expectation of every guest.
Boxed Up is a building that looks like a shipping container, similar to food parks in the United States. It has two floors. Each floor has dining tables that can accommodate a large group of people which is why it was understandable on why most guests who go here are friends and families. Both floors have stalls available. It has colourful walls, giving the food park quite a playful look.
Since it is an open building, air can come in easily. The environment of Boxed Up isn’t too hot or too cool.
There are more than 20 food and drink stalls available at Boxed Up. So whatever it is you are craving for, this food park will surely have at least one dish to fulfil your cravings. There are many Dabawenyo and Filipino dishes, and as well as a lot of international ones. The stalls have their own unique theme to it; no two stalls are completely alike. Meaning you can go back every day and just try every single dish from every single stall.
The food and drinks prepared here are delicious and mouthwatering. They truly embody the theme that they brand themselves as. And the best thing about it is that it is affordable. In other words, you get great food for a cheap price in a place with a nice ambiance.
Since there quite a number of food stalls available, you can expect a variety of flavours to come from the food of each stall. Here are just some of the stalls you can expect to see at Boxed Up:
Amazeballs, Brotatoes, Ganoush, Burger bin, Batchoy King, Liempo Q, Murakami Ramen, Tuna in a Basket, Chinese Box, Thai Express, Wing Side Davao, Sushi Box, Swirls, Cheddy’s Ice Cream Sandwich, Rib shots, Street Taco, Sisigbai, Calle Porkie, and many more Amazeballs, Brotatoes, Ganoush, Burger bin, Batchoy King, Liempo Q, Murakami Ramen, Tuna in a Basket, Chinese Box, Thai Express, Wing Side Davao, Sushi Box, Swirls, Cheddy’s Ice Cream Sandwich, Rib shots, Street Taco, Sisigbai, Calle Porkie, and many more
So whether you’re a Dabawenyo looking to see the world through tasting its food, or a tourist who is interested in tasting the flavours of Davao, Boxed Up is the choice for you.