Kantorini Food Park

Katipunan Ave., Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Kantorini Food Park
4.5 Stars

2 Reviewers

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Food Bazaar
Business Hours
Open: 4:00p - 12:00a


  • Sunday
    • 4:00p - 12:00a
  • Monday
    • 4:00p - 12:00a
  • Tuesday
    • 4:00p - 12:00a
  • Wednesday
    • 4:00p - 12:00a
  • Thursday
    • 4:00p - 12:00a
  • Friday
    • 6:00p - 2:00a
  • Saturday
    • 4:00p - 2:00a

Payment Options


More Business Info

Valet, Validated, Parking Lot

Most Recent Reviews

Herl C.
4.0 Stars

Just like theme restaurants, foodparks are also booming like mushrooms in every city. We can't blame our cravings to food and our obsession to share something new on our instagram stories. If you are a traveler, one of your bucket lists include Santorini, Greece. Everyone else does, I think. Good thing you don't need to go far just to have a Mediterranean experience. Say hello to, Kantorini Food Park!

Kantorini are coined using the terms Kanto and Santorini. The inspiration is obviously the white and blue colors of Greek architecture. Just few meters away from Ateneo, you'll see the big signage of the foodpark. Here you could take instagram-worthy photos with the Greece vibe while dining with food choices you can order from different stalls.

We came here to just have a quick merienda after grocey shopping. The food stalls serve different meals which is depends on your cravings - there's Japanese, Chinese, Mexican, and of course, Mediterranean dishes.

We ordered Beef Shawarma (P130) from Parte Non. There's so much cheese inside, with big chucks of meat, and few veggies. The taste was okay but lacked some sauce. I still love Tri Mo Shawarwa anytime! 128524

Another pica pica meal that we've ordered was from Hongkong Foodie Street Food. We got fried lobster balls, sakura shrimps, shrimp roll, and scallop cakes. Each costs around P40 per stick which is a bit pricey for a street food. Sad thing is there's nothing special about their food as well as the sauce they served.

If you're thirsty for drinks, the Bar area at the middle is serving drinks in big bowl and mason jar sizes. We ordered the Strawberry one and it was thirst quenching for the price of P60.

There are other food stalls around to feed your hungry tummy. Some are serving chicken meals, bagnet, wagyu cubes, grilled meat, seafoods and a lot more. Next time, we'll try to eat big meals!

The place is an open-air theme food park. Expect the unbearable sweat during summer weather. There are no electric fans around the dining area that's why it was so hot. Tables and chairs are painted with blue colors but some looks untidy.

Overall, the place is perfect for photo ops if you're really a fan of Greek ambiance. 🇬🇷 I love how my photos look so peaceful and white 128149


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Aileen L.
5.0 Stars

Addition to the growing list of food park in the metro, the newest food park in QC just beside Ateneo.

Kantorin food park, sounds Santorini right? Yes because the food park was designed like your in Santorini Greece.

Went there last Monday after fetching my daughter in school, it's a holiday so advantage for us, got there around 5pm and it just opened that time so not yet crowded and we can choose our preferred seat.

We haven't roam around as my daughter and I are in a hurry. Glad to see that the Hungry Hippo from Crave Park in Marikina was here and it was my favorite. They are offering Mexican food like my fave food, nachos, tacos! 🌮

Loved their tacos here , 99 pesos for two already 🌮🌮 the tacos taste here I think is much better than the one in Crave Park.

Kantorini has parking slot but it's hard to get one, better to walk Na lang or commute.

Looking forward to go back next time and explore other food kiosk.

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