A couple of days before Mrs. A and I went to Manila for our friends’ wedding, my sister told me about this new place in Cubao (where we were staying). She has been buying food there for her dinner and found the place interesting. So we immediate planned on visiting the place before leaving for Davao.
View of Open Kitchen from our floor at the condo
Come the day before our flight, my churchmates also wanted to go and check out the food park as well. So we all went and checked out the newest food park in Quezon City together called OPEN KITCHEN.
Here are a few snapshots of Open Kitchen.
Open Kitchen has two floors
List of food stalls
rules. pets are allowed, by the way. Just as long as you look after them and do not make a mess
spot Mrs. A
saranghae, lady in white. ❤
Here are some of the food that we ordered. I couldn’t remember how much and where exactly we bought each because with a lot of food stall, it’s kind of hard to really memorize.
This is what you call the ISPABOK – spaghetti noodles are used instead of the usual thin noodles to cook PALABOK. this is a new concept. At first, we found it weird tasting quite thicker noodles with Palabok sauce (Mrs. A also agrees with this) but eventually we all got used to it and agreed that this was a great innovation and brought something new to the table. Nice.
This pancit, if I’m not mistaken, my sister bought this one from Crazy Nerds. The pancit is delicious and the servings was also generous and it fed all 7 of us.
Chicken Teriyaki Rice Bowl – Mrs. A had this one and I was able to taste a little bit of this. The chicken (even from the picture) had a very big serving to the point that she wanted to order extra rice (the she realized she was on a diet hehe.) Mrs. A loved the teriyaki sauce as well.
I forgot what this is called but this is what I ordered. A bunch of thin slices of bacon meat and then they would give us a small griller then we would cook it ourselves. I was supposed to order two because I though one order of this one was not enough for all 7 of us because I thought the slices were too thin but apparently they weren’t super thin. In fact, we weren’t able to finish eating every single meat but I was able to cook all of the meat
what a great evening with great friends. the perfect way to spend the night before leaving.
Quezon City folks are in for a treat thanks to a new food park in the area. Definitely worth visiting. Who knows, this might just be your newest favorite hang out place.
OPEN KITCHEN is located34-36 P. Tuazon Boulevard, Brgy. Kaunlaran, Cubao, Quezon City just beside 53 Benitez – Rockwell Primaries Condominium.
You can also check out their Facebook page HERE.