Buendia Food by the Court: Food, Fun, and Basketball
With new restaurant and food concepts cropping up at every corner of the city, today’s diners are spoilt for choice. With that in mind, SUDECO decided to create something different. Rounding up a variety of unique food concepts, and combining it with a place for recreation and physical activity, Buendia Food by the Court was born.
View from 2nd floor
Event Styling by Indy Ycasiano of She Dreams In Ink
2nd floor open air dining
The first of its kind in Makati, Buendia Food by the Court is an extensive food park with its own basketball court, right in the middle of the metro.
The very first food park with basket ball court
The hip and bohemian food park culture pairs well with the casual vibe of an after office pick-up game, in this new venue. Whether you play to burn the calories you’ve consumed at the different food stalls, or eat to regain the energy you spent at the game, or simply want to relax with friends over a great meal, it’s an exciting new concept that is sure to be a hit.
Industrial look of BFBTC
Buendia Food by the Court, with its wide array of well-curated food options, has something for everyone.
List of Merchants as of February 2017. More opening soon!
There are healthy options like Rojak Salad that serves special one-of-a-kind salads, Rouche Grille that serves grilled Filipino specialties (as well as pasta and pizza), MAD Subs PH where you can build your own sandwiches, and Brothers’ Blends, where you can find cold pressed juices and organic coffee.
You can also try the goat meat specialties at Korvitz Grill, which is a leaner alternative to the more traditional beef and pork.
If you are feeling more indulgent you can enjoy Barrel Smoker’s smoked ribs and belly, try gourmet burgers and chicken wings at Burgers Meet Wings, or award-winning premium beef tapa at Tapaddiction. There is also a good international mix of cuisines: Bakmi Nyonya serves authentic Indonesian food,
Jack’s Joint offers Persian-inspired fare like shawarma and kebabs. Lamexa Cantina provides a wide selection of Mexican dishes (along with mojitos and margaritas!)
Little Kodo offers Japanese street food.
While Shangkee Buns serves up Chinese buns.
Filipino hawker stall favorites are also well represented, from specialty pares at Doss Pares, different kinds of sisig at Sisig MNL.
To a matchless take on goto at Goto Pinoy.
And if you are in need of something cool after a hot game of basketball just head to Ice Cold for well-chilled soft drinks and, as the name suggests, ice cold beer.
Whether you are up for an after office night drinks and nibbles with the co-workers, or a friendly game of basketball, or both, Buendia Food by the Court is the perfect place to do it. It is a great spot to meet with friends, enjoying the delicious food offerings while catching up on the latest news (and waiting out the rush hour traffic while you’re at it). It’s also an ideal place to hold basketball league games and sports fests, with the food options already built in.
Buendia Food by the Court seamlessly blends our culture’s two great loves, food and basketball, along with our zest for having a good time with friends, in a place where you can enjoy it all.
Nadine Macandog of ClickTheCity.com and Joy Calipes-Felizardo of Gastronomy By Joy
Standing:Cat Juan-Ledesma of CatJL.com, myself, Cai Siao of Apples And Dumplings and Paper Chic Studio, Pam Basa of Green Lunch Diaries and Blissbowls. Sitting: Photographer Sheila Catilo, Apol Massebieu of LaPomme Living, Chief Stylist Indy Ycasiano of She Dreams In Ink
Just 10 minutes away from the Makati Central Business District, Buendia Food by the Court is located at 24 Sen. G. Puyat Avenue corner Bautista Street, Brgy. San Isidro, Makati City. It is open from 5 PM to 12 MN. Parking is available.
Landline: (02)744.55.10 (12NN to 9PM)
Email: [email protected]
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/thebuendiafoodbythecourt/