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Food Camp: Food Stall Turned Full-fledged Dining Spot

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Food Camp’s bestsellers, Bravo cheeseburger, mozzarella bombs, Philly Cheese Steak, and huge serving of nachos Food Camp’s bestsellers, Bravo cheeseburger, mozzarella bombs, Philly Cheese Steak, and huge serving of nachos

Serves Mouth-Watering Burgers and Milkshakes with Big Sizes and Unique Flavors

 

Food Camp was initially conceptualized as a food stall in the famous old late-night market, Banchetto in Ortigas.  Today, Food Camp is a full-fledged casual dining place, which is building its reputation for its tasty and juicy pure-beef burgers.  It caters to both students studying in nearby schools including Ateneo and Miriam or office workers in Katipunan and even Eastwood.  It is located at Katipunan Ave. in Quezon City beside the old Banapple.  Although the dining spot may be relatively small and unostentatious on the outside, Food Camp serves its burgers, which are both big in size and flavor.

The menu of Food Camp only features five burgers, which makes one decide what to eat easily and quickly.  These burgers are named Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, Delta, and Wagyu.  If you are more on the hesitant-type, you can order Food Camp’s Alpha classic cheeseburger, which would surely satisfy your hunger.  On the other hand, if you are an adventurous eater, you would not be disappointed with Food Camp’s mozzarella-stuffed Charlie burger (P175) and its jalapeñno-topped Delta burger.  Meat lovers can go for Food Camp’s Bravo burger (P150), which is topped with mushrooms, bacon, and cheese and served with potato wedges with skin on.  Serious meat-eaters can also go for one of Food Camp’s bestseller, Wagyu burger, which has an aroma that can increase appetite all the more.  For those who want to have more cheese on their burgers, they can add gourmet cheeses such as Manchego, Provolone, Cheddar, Gruyere, or Gorgonzola.  These cheeses would take Food Camp’s burgers a level higher especially if one orders for a double-patty burger.

On the other hand, if you are not a fan of burgers, Food Camp can treat you to a sumptuous meal with its Philly Cheese Steak (P99), which is comparable to high-end steak houses.  You can also opt for a huge serving of nachos (P150), which is loaded with toppings.  For side dishes, you can opt for Food Camp’s mozzarella bombs (P99), skin-on potato wedges (P49), onion rings (P49), and jalapeño sticks.  Finally, you should be saving room for Food Camp’s creamy milkshakes (P70), which are available in different flavors.

 

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