Yum Hive Food Park opens in Angeles City

YUM HIVE FOOD PARK. Mrs. Guillerma Sandico Silva opens the Yum Hive Food Park near the Angeles City Heritage District with high hopes that it will play a distinct role in the development of the culinary and tourism industry. Silva is shown here in front of Bek's Bibingka, one of the 27 tenants at Yum Hive Food Park. -- Arnel San Pedro

ANGELES CITY – Yum Hive Food Park has recently opened with 27 well-curated food stalls near the Angeles Heritage District.

Among the food stalls include Saigon Pho, Bek’s Bibingka, Hungry Cfoods, Twist n’ Thirst, Esting’s Bellychon, Grandma’s, Milkshake Lab, Cravings Avenue, Sumpan, Es Coffeshop, Soldier’s Avenue Shawarma, Bagnetic Force, Happy Life, Baking Diva, Wrappetite, Pomodoro, Hanami, Which is Which Sandwich and Wicked Wings.

Yum Hive Food Park owner Guillerma Sandico Silva said the tenants are “unique in their own right” offering a wide variety of food in their respective menu.

Silva said Yum Hive Food park is just a walking distance from the Angeles City Heritage District and would play a distinct role in the development of the culinary and tourism industry.

Unlike other food parks, the Yum Hive Food park provides daily entertainment for its guests. Last Friday, comedienne Ara Muna performed to a big crowd at the food park.

Other artists scheduled to perform at Yum Hive Food Park were: Bea Herrera (Monday); Afterwork (Tuesday); Wayne (Wednesday); Eye Candy (Thursday); Jeff Gando and Ara Muna (Friday); Bea and Wayne (Saturday); and Alexis Tiglao (Sunday).

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