South Streat Gourmand Container Park along Sta. Rosa – Tagaytay Road is the newest food destination in the south. This food park is a new branch of the famous Streat Maginhawa Food Park in Quezon City.
How to get to South Streat Gourmand Container Park
South Streat Gourmand Container park is located in Silang, Cavite. It just a few minute drive away from Nuvali. If you are travelling to Tagaytay City and is taking the usual Sta. Rosa – Tagaytay route, you will pass by this food haven. So, for your next Tagaytay road and food trip with your friends, skip Nuvali for your stopover and go straight ahead to South Streat Gourmand Container Park.
South Streat Gourmand Container Park location map
Luckily, my sister who lives in the area brought us to South Streat Gourmand Container Park. It was Saturday night and we were surprised that almost all of the parking spaces were occupied. For a food park which is relatively new, I should say that South Streat Gourmand Park is becoming a popular food destination not only to the villagers in the area but also to tourists visiting Tagaytay.
Cool, hip and fun food Park
The food park’s eye-catching facade is truly inviting especially for first time visitors. It looks very cool, hip and a fun food park. In fact, most of the visitors take their selfies and groupies by the facade and right inside the food park.
The entire food park is quite small. You can stroll around the area in just 15 minutes. Nonetheless, the seats where visitors can dine are very creative and artistic and so as the stall designs.
Stalls in South Streat Container Park
Once you get inside, there is a wide array of food stalls to choose from. From street foods to rice meals, South Streatfood Container Park will truly satisfy your gastronomic needs. If you love Japanese food, there is Spice Heaven Meal. For pasta lovers, Che Buona offers various pasta dishes. Sucre’s unique serving of mouthwatering ice cream is instagram worthy. For nutella lovers, visit Crazytella. If you want to stick to the traditional pinoy food, go to Tatang’s Extra Crispy Boneless Cebu Lechon. Quench your thirst with various Pinoy drinks of Juan Sago. Here’s the complete list of stalls in South streatfood container park:
- Above Sea Level
- US Roast Beef
- Che Buona Pasta
- Rockin’ Ribs
- Greek Streets
- Bowled Move
- Gouphog Sizzlers
- One Potato Two Potato
- Rosita’s Mexican streetfood
- Tatang’s Extra Crispy Boneless Cebu Lechon
- Starr Studded
- Hafa x Loha
- Juan Sago
- Foxtrot & Echo
- Spice Heaven Meal
- Chi Maek
Spice Heaven Meal, Sucre, Squeezed
Since we visited on a Saturday evening, the food park was a bit crowded. We were lucky enough to have spotted 2 vacant tables in front of Spice Heaven Meal, a stall offering Japanese food. We did not hesitate to try their shrimp tempura with rice (150 Php) and pork tonkatsu meal (175 Php).
The young guy manning outside the stall was very kind and accommodating. He even assisted my sister by giving her options for the dishes. We loved their pork tonkatsu. The tempura was okay and just right for the price.
We also bought a burger at Foxtrot & Echo (120 Php)
Ice cream at Sucre (120 Php).
For our drinks, we bought lemonade at Squeezed (65 Php).
Overall, we enjoyed our visit at the South Streat Gourmand Container Park. Food prices may not be super cheap for budget travelers, nonetheless, food are good. If given the chance, I would definitely return and try other stalls.
Budget: 150 Php to 350 Php per person
Schedule: The South Streat Gourmand Container Park open daily from 4pm and closes at 11:30pm