A food park inside the busy mall of Ayala Fairview Terraces was born, with a name of “Eats and Treats”. This place offers common food and snacks on street such as Filipinos’ all time favorites barbecue, isaw, gulaman, and other Filipino food.
Mang Isko Buko offers not just coconut water drink but also red iced tea, four seasons, buko pandan, orange mango and more.
Who doesn’t like pizza after hours of malling? For a cheap price, you can avail small slice of pizza for your hungry tummy.
The arrangement of tables and chairs were covered with cloth as if there’s an event on-going. The best stall on the place was the barbecue stall, which offers Filipino-style barbecue, the isaw, betamax, hotdog and pork meat.
The place is just one level up from the outdoor escalator near Starbucks. As we noticed, the place was used for this kind of food stalls because the units were not occupied and not noticeable by mall-goers. If you always visit Fairview Terraces, it is the old place of Pancake House which is now closed or maybe they stopped their operation.
Going back to the “Eats and Treats”, you can enjoy your food while overlooking on the water fountains, breathing fresh air plus smoke on grills from kuya’s barbecue stand.
Ayala Fairview Terraces “Eats and Treats” is open late afternoon until mall closing, and remember to always get your best seat while eating!