My First Food Park Experience: Backyard Eats Antipolo, Rizal

It was a Thursday night. Since everyone was tired to cook something, our host decided to take us out for dinner.

Since we stayed in Antipolo for a week, they opted to bring us to Backyard Eats, the first foodpark in Antipolo. I was so excited that night and because of that, I wasn't able to bring my camera with me. The only thing I have that time was my ever loyal phone. All photos were taken by my mobile phone so please bear with this post. I just really want to show you guys what we had for dinner that night. Photos are a little grainy, but still visible.



Backyard Eats opens at 4 (four) in the afternoon and closes at midnight. It is just so perfect for those who want to catch up with family and friends after a long day at work.



Upon entering, there are the stalls of varieties of cuisine that invite customers to dine. I really find the place cozy, children friendly and spacious. There were people that night but we were happy that we weren't crowded.

We had different meals and here are just some of the photos I took.

This is my bad. My blog was supposed to be helpful in every way but yeah, we are not perfect. My bad of forgetting the names of the foods featured in this post.















Well anyways, at least you know that these food exist at the foodpark and still, you have lots of choices. My very first food park experience was nice so far and I am hoping that I will be able to visit another park again sometime soon. Food is good and budget wise.

I really apologize for the unhelpful post I have today. I might not be in the mood, though I really want to. You know the bible text, the spirit is eager but the flesh is weak? Oh well.

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