I could still vividly remember that THE GRID offered a variety of food from cuisines of different countries like Malaysian, Singaporean to Vietnamese and Filipino. I used to order shrimps with very delicious sauce and paste. I forgot what country’s cuisine it was, maybe Malaysian. Then I would eat halo-halo afterwards.
This food park is truly amazing, not just for the food but also for its unique structural design of container vans which are IG worthy for millennials.
Likewise amazing is the sight that above the stores are dorms or living spaces especially for students who used to study in a nearby school. They also offer office and event spaces as well. Such a brilliant structural design of an establishment is worthy of admiration! Sad to say, because of the pandemic, less stores are now opened, presumably very few people are renting the dorms considering that students are now engaged in distance learning, that is, they are learning at home online or through modules.
I might find the Karaage presentation dry and dull and it looked overcooked, but when I tasted it, it was properly cooked with its tender and soft meat similar to the chicken fun shots in KFC. But this Karaage was tastier as it was marinated with secret Japanese ingredients ((of course, for one of the store owners is Japanese) please do correct me if I’m wrong. 🙂) This dish was partnered with spicy ramen with kimchi which made it spicier and tastier.
One thing that also amazed me were the utensils used. The bowls looked expensive. The spoons and forks were comparatively heavy unlike in other restaurants which were simply cheap and light. You know, when adulting hits a person, he/she becomes observant of stuffs like these, haha!🤣
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GRID FOODPARK LOCATION:
Cebu City, Philippines, 6000
FB PAGE👉- Grid FoodPark
Those naughty potatoes roll so fast that I could hardly catch up with them in THE GRID. I wonder what place will they be venturing next. So stay tuned for my next chasing potatoes adventure.