IMAGE courtesy of Cheska del Castillo

Stop by this new food park on your way to Tagaytay

STREat brings their food experience down south.


 

(SPOT.ph) A common problem during long road trips is finding a place to eat—especially when you’re traveling in large groups. You won’t have to struggle with looking for place that’ll please everyone on your next road trip to Tagaytay because famous Maginhawa food destination STREat is opening a new version of their park down south in Silang, Cavite—and it’s just along the road to Tagaytay! 

 

Tatang's

 

 

Starr's

 

 

Hafa x Loha

 

Called STReat: Gourmand Container Park (also known as South STREat), this food and art destination will have over 24 food stalls to choose from. There’s old favorites like famous lechon Cebu brand Tatang’s and milkshake bar Starr’s, as well as stalls offering cuisine from all over the globe, like Greek from Greek Street, Micronesian from Hafa x Loha, Mexican from Rosita’s, and more. Raclette fans also have something to look forward to with The Mac N Cheese Company, who serve macaroni with cheese served through a raclette machine.

 

Aside from offering delicious grub, STREat co-owner Cheska Del Castillo shares that STREat: Gourmand Container Park will also feature different art movements through their décor and murals, to create a novel food park experience. Right now, the pastel and tropical motif of South STREat is inspired by the laidback vibe of Miami Art Deco and the eccentric and colorful design of Memphis Milano. Cheska reveals that in the future, the design of STREat South will evolve as they incorporate more art movements in the look and feel of the park. That’s one more great reason to keep coming back.

 

STREat: Gourmand Container Park is at Everest Sky Pitch, Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Road, Silang, Cavite. They will be on soft opening tomorrow, February 18. 

 

Photos courtesy of Cheska del Castillo

Update: The first version of this article included information from the owner referring to Hafa x Loha as Hafa Lofa as well as identifying their cuisine as Polynesian. This has since been corrected.

 

 

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