The ‘Food and Heritage Village’ is now open
Islas Pinas, a food park that tags itself as the “Food and Heritage Village”, is now open to serve you.
Located near Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), the 2,500 square meter food complex promotes Pinoy’s love for food and salu-salu culture, a report in GMA News showed.
“Newly opened Islas Pinas is an ambitious venture to showcase the country’s finest, starting from a warm welcome from a Bahay Kubo to a seat at a balangay,” the report said.
“Natural light lends additional ambiance to the already quaint village, which mimics the iconic architecture of some of the country’s best tourist destinations like Intramuros and the Paoay Church in Ilocos,” it added.
Some of the food that are served in Islas Pinas are all-day Filipino breakfast favorites like Tapsilog and Bachoy; street foods like isaw and barbecue; lechon; pancit and puto; pastries; and desserts like halo-halo.
In support of Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, Islas Pinas is a collaboration between DoubleDragon and Asia’s Best Female Chef of 2016 Margarita Fores.