Fruitas Holdings, Inc. owns eight out of the ten stalls in this new food park venture. I tried few but meaningful dishes from some of their stalls. Here’s my verdict on each one:
SHOU LA MIEN
I tried their Beef Brisket Noodles and Bola-Bola Siopao since I love Chinese food. The broth of the noodles was really rich in beef flavor. The noodles were also good. I would have loved it if they added more black pepper into it but for me, it’s a HIT. The steamed bola-bola siopao was pretty average. Nothing so special to it but it’s a very convenient snack if you’re on the go.
I tried their Deep Fried Chicken Neck. It was paired with a local sweet and sour vinegar. It was deep fried till golden brown and served in a metal basket. I love how crispy it is and it is also bite size. I’ll give it an ACE.
This has to be my favorite stall. Who doesn’t love lechon? I tried their Lechon Meal served with rice, atchara and gravy. My verdict? An ACE for me! I really love the crispy skin and tender pork meat. It was really cooked well.
HOUSE OF DESSERTS
I tried the Cebu Halo-Halo. Oh boy! It was topped with lots of goodies on it. I love the generous amounts of leche flan. I’ll give this a HIT.
Cascades Lifestyle Park is open from 4 PM to 1 AM. They are located at 234 Tomas Morato Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines. You may also like their official facebook page: Cascades Lifestyle Park
Did you know that Mynt, the mobile financial service company of Globe, targets to accept GCash payments in all of the Fruitas Holdings, Inc. stalls? Pretty convenient!