Behold, the world’s first livable food park, aptly named the Revolution Flavorscapes.
This 140-hectare development nestled in the lush Lakeshore Estate, co-developed by Revolution Precrafted Ltd. and Central Country Estate Inc., is the newest addition to the 12 existing villages of the Lakeshore.
During the launch, CCEI’s managing director, Architect Brian Mangio and Revolution Precrafted’s business tycoon Robbie Antonio gave the crowd an idea about this first-of-a-kind community.
Envisioned to be a truly unique community, the property will feature global food restaurants, a mini brewery, a chocolate museum, ice cream museum, culinary school, a floating cinema convertible to a floating party deck, pop-up stores and a whole lot more.
The concept is ultramodern with Revolution Precrafted providing the designs of prefabricated materials. Building a new home is now faster with four pre-crafted designs to choose from – Spaces, Alcove, Cocoon and the Nest.
Conveniently accessible through the North Luzon Expressway, Revolution Flavorscapes at Lakeshore is less than an hour drive from Manila, 15 minutes away from the Clark International Airport and a 45-minute drive from Subic.
Highlights of last Saturday’s launch were overflowing food from 9 Global food booths by featured top caterers – Hizon’s, K by Cunanan, Tio Julians, XOC, King Jacob’s, Chef Howard Dizon, Chef Liam, Asuncion de Grande and Linelle’s.
Dessert Stations were provided by Lailen’s and The Caking Giant, Juice Bar by NYC Nomad Bar by April Mangio, and a Mini Brewery by Pedro Brewcrafters.
There was a live cooking demo by Chef Liam Tayag (Capampangan Sisig), Chef Howard Dizon (Thai Mango salad) Atching Lilian Borromeo (San Nicolas Biscuits) and Chef Vince Garcia (Classic Spanish Paella).
There was entertainment provided by live band The Kiro, a magic show by Lou Hilario, special presentations by members of the alumni of Sinukwan Dance Troupe, stilt walkers, mimes, jogglers, acrobats.
Organized and co-hosted by Cecil Carreon, the event was hosted by Lia Guerrero, and styled by Jhei Capati. (RDF)