There had been plenty of food parks opening in the Metro but who would’ve thought that someone would have this idea of opening a food park that has 2 of Filipino’s favorites – Basketball and Food. The said food park has the same owner as Buendia Food By the Court, but what makes TFBTC different is that the place is 3x bigger and has several food merchants to choose from. Currently there’s 10 food stalls open and still expecting for 7 more.
C&T Korean Food Hub’s samgyeopsal is a must try for you and they’re also offering other Korean dishes that would be perfect for Korean food lovers.
Try authentic Japanese dishes like Takoyaki, Tonkatsudon and Sukiyaki Bento Sets from Dondon’s, they also offer authentic Sapporo Beers.
Taco Pizza, Nachos and Quesadilla are some of my favorite from By The Border, they definitely serve great Mexican dishes.
I fell in love too with Bastino’s Bagnet, Bagnet Sisig, Bagnet Dinuguan and Sinigang Bagnet, it was so tasty and was so crispy when it was served to us.
Tipsy Cow’s Beef Shawarma and Shawarma Rice is on our list too! Check them out for their affordable Middle East cuisine.
I think having a stall that offers Pinoy dishes would always be present as food parks. TFBTC has Honky’s Grill provides Pinoy street foods that are grilled to perfection like isaw and barbecue, Seafood Grill by Raine Cravebites has several grilled seafood platters while Filipino Kuxina Fusion has this Crispy Kare Kare, Crispy Dinuguan, Tapaleng and Sisig Rolls are just some of what they offer.
If you are after other drinks to quench your thirst after playing basketball, Ice Cold is your to-go place as they serve both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks which I believe would be a perfect match with all these Pinoy grilled dishes!
After all those mouth-watering meals, make sure that you still have room for dessert as Malukko Milk Tea and Frappe as they have Milk Tea and Frappes served either on a Selfie (A single glass) or Groufie (A pitcher that would be good for sharing). Isn’t it unique for them to come up with that idea? I’ve tried their Strawberry Milk Tea Selfie and it was good! Make sure you don’t leave TFBTC without trying them!
2 out of 3 of the basketball courts is already functional and can be rented for PHP1000 without lights and PHP1200 with lights, and PHP150 hourly rate for shot clock but exclusive of timekeeper and balls. The basketball court if open daily from 6AM to 12AM. The food park if open daily from 5PM to 12AM.
What are you waiting for? Head over to Taft Food By The Court for a challenging and/or chill day with your family and friends!
Taft Food By The Court
Address: 2703 Taft Avenue corner F. Sanchez Street, Pasay City
Facebook Page: Taft Food By The Court