Food Park in QC: Grub Hub

My friends and I was able to visit and try out Grub Hub. Grub Hub is the hippest and trippiest food park in the metro. They’ve got various food stalls to choose from and an instagrammable ambiance perfect for you!

Grub Hub is a 1,600-sqm food park that is divided into three dining areas- Junkyard, Greenhouse, and Hippieyard. Everything that you will see in the Junkyard is recycled, from the chandelier to the tables and chairs. The chairs are made of used tires and are very comfortable to sit in and the tables are made of used wheels and wood that were hand painted by the students of University of the Philippines who made the murals in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. (traveleatpinas, 2016)

🍽 VENUE


Venue is accessible to everyone. There are jeepneys, and taxis that pass by Grub Hub. You wouldn’t be able to miss it since there is a big sign of “Grub Hub.”

The venue itself has different food stalls to choose from and each one of them serves different kind of food. They serve from a wide variety of choices such as pica-pica food, pizzas, burgers, frappes, and other food.

🍽 PARKING AREA
Grub Hub’s parking area is quite small. I think approximately about 10-15 cars could park in the area. There were no open parking lots near Grub Hub. So to be able to park, waiting is advised until someone will leave the food park.

🍽 SEATING AREA


The food park’s seating area has an air-conditioned and non-air conditioned rooms. They also have a KTV Room where you could rent it for P200 per hour.

This is the view from the KTV Room we rented since there were no available seats for us that time. It was also a good choice, since the room was only ours. Also, we were able to eat while singing because of the karaoke. 😂

🍽 FOOD/PRICE
The food were mostly good for sharing since they have big servings. We were able to taste different food from different stalls which I can say, was absolutely delicious!

Photos below were some of the food we ate at Grub Hub. Sorry for the poor quality since it was nighttime and the KTV room has insufficient lighting. 😅

Beef Chimichanga (Beef Fried Burrito)

I think this was around Php150/plate.

Potato Wedge, Chicken Buffalo Wings, Fried Kangkong, and Original Chicken Wings

So for the prices of each food mentioned above, I totally don’t know since my friends just ordered it and I was just surprised that we have those food in our table already. 😅 😂

I think this was around Php150 and unfortunately, I forgot the name of this drink.

🍽 AFFORDABILITY
Since the food are good for sharing, I think it is absolutely affordable. In my rough estimation, I think each one of us spent around Php300 including the rent for the KTV room for 2 hours. 👊 All in all, we have spent roughly Php2400 for the food and the 2-hour stay at the KTV Room. 👍

If you’ll visit Grub Hub, try to be early since it is quite difficult to get some seats and a parking space. Commuting will be a good idea to avoid having parking problems. 😅  Also, I highly suggest to rent their KTV room since it was a nice experience of having the room for ourselves and enjoying eating, singing, and just laughing with friends. 😁


Grub Hub is located at 47 Visayas Avenue, Corner Congressional Ave. Extension, Quezon City. They are open from 11am to 11pm during Sundays through Thursdays and 11am to 2am during Fridays to Saturdays.

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