Where to eat: Carnival Food park experience

Carnival Foodpark is one of the newest, coolest and the most popular Foodpark in Metro Manila. This Carnival themed food park is located along Mayor Gil Fernando Avenue, Marikina City



open from 4 pm to 12 Midnight. They have more than 16 Food stalls if I’m not mistaken. It has also a three KTV Rooms, located on the right side are the two KTV Rooms and at the left side is the other one KTV Room, at the center, there’s a small bar that serves alcoholic beverages such as beer, wine, liquor, whiskey if you like to chill.

carnival food park marikina

A lot of people are taking their picture in the entrance.

carnival foodpark marikina

There is also an upper deck for extra tables.

This food park is perfect for Family and Barkada or Big Group because there are a lot of food variety that you can choose and taste if you’re in a group. Sharing is caring!

First Rule: Find your chair and table before you order.

We’re so very disappointed because our orders were ready but we haven’t get any available chairs and table for 30-45 minutes due to the size of the crowd that time. Some food stalls require you to have your designated seat first before you make an order. You can buy from any food stalls and sit anywhere.

Another difficult part is to choose your food because all of them look so delicious and enticing.

Watch the Video below:


I chose the KUXINA, they offer Filipino dishes with a twist, the menus range from 80.00 – 280.00.


 Oooppss, I forgot to ask what is the specialty of this food stall, I’m so hungry that time and I saw the Tapaleng and it looks so great. So, I tried there Tapaleng which cost 135.00  a  special sweet chili beef tapa with Tasty Fried Rice and a little bit salted egg with tomato. Fried Egg tops the rice that looks the whole plating so Instagramable. The taste as well is so delicious and yet very affordable.


My boyfriend chose the Rustic Box. He tried their Classic chicken steak. It comes with a cup of rice with a large, meaty and tender chicken steak placed on a wooden board. The chicken is crispy enjoyable and delicious.

The price ranges from 185.00 to 265.00


It’s all about a milkshake.

We also tried the Milkshake Lab because of its unique and tasty presentation.

It has a syringe, the laboratory apparatus but of course, there is no needle, they have a Nutella chocolate inside and caramel that is also great for a food porn. They also have add-ons or experiment such as KitKat toppings, Nutella etc. I promise you that it’s worth the price. The butter pecan caramel cost 150.00 and the Brownie Nutella fudge cost 150.00

How to get there?

There are 3 options.


If you can’t ride a jeepney, another option is to take a taxi. You can use our referral link so your ride can be

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From Araneta Cubao in Front of Mcdo Ride a Montalban Jeepney and tell to the jeepney driver to drop you off at Carnival food park, it is located on the left side of the road if your coming from Marcos Highway, it is easy to find and the fare cost ₱15.00

Aurora Boulevard

Ride a jeepney going to Antipolo/simbahan/Sumulong highway. From there, drop off at Sta. Lucia mall and walk towards the overpass. You can see a PSBank at the corner, then from there, ride any jeepney and tell to driver to drop you off to Carnival Foodpark

Private Vehicle

So, If you have a private car you can take Aurora Boulevard going to Marcos Highway,  take a U-turn near Town & Country Executive Village then turn right to Fernando Gil Avenue.

Another option is in take the Bonifacio Avenue going to  Bayan or Palengke, then go toward Don Sumulong Highway, (The landmark is the Marikina Sports Center) turn right to Mcdonald Avenue then Turn Left to Lark Street and Finally Turn right to Mayor Gil Fernando Avenue.

You can also use Waze or Google Map to guide you to your destination


PS: The prices are subject to change without prior notice.

Aj Clyde
Hi, my name is Aj. A weekend traveler and a simple office girl working on a 9-5 who have a WANderful soul and dreaming of an endless summer.

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