PAS Food Park Evolution – the first and so far the only food park in Capas, Tarlac has officially opened its doors to the public.  PAS which comes from the word ‘Capas’ and also conveys the initials of the food park owners is located in Barangay Cutcut I, Capas, Tarlac.  It is strategically located along a major highway which makes it accessible to both locals and travelers passing by the area.

PAS Food Park Evolution is a quaint, industrial-themed food park with diverse choices coming from a total of 27 food concessionaires.  They offer a wide range of cuisine that includes Japanese food, local cuisines, and even cocktail beverages.  But what makes this food park special are the stall and business owner themselves because majority of them are newbies in the food park scene.  And we are delighted that they decided to showcase their products because the quality of food we’ve seen and tasted is really something worth blogging.

Here’s some of the food we’ve sampled during our visit.

Topping our list would be the Beef Kampukan and Kalderetang Kambing from Mee and Moo.  From the name itself, mee is for goat and moo is for cow.  The kalderetang kambing is an all-time favorite with its thick, rich sauce plus tender goat meat.  The kampukan however stole the spotlight.  Kampukan according to the owner is a traditional way of cooking meat wherein it is boiled first and then grilled and seasoned after.  The way it was cooked, spiced, and presented was close to perfect which made us totally forgot about diet (more rice please? 😊).

The feast doesn’t stop there, here’s more food choices which were all equally delish.


Crispy Kare-kare
Chicken barbeque
Donburi Bowl

As of this writing, these are the concessionaires that are already in full operation and ready to serve the public.

Sirchjow Sweet Station, Al Dente & Crust

Fruits and Herbs, Yaki Temaki

Tempura Express, Kaboom  Burger + Sides

Runway 8 Grill, El Taco Mex

Luto-Ann, Drink Nation

Sizzling Box, Samgy-licious

Teno’s Lazy Chicken, Lafang sa Tapsihan

Crazy Wings, Totobits Street Foods

Aila’s Tuna Express, Mr. Freakin’ Fries

Mee & Moo, Cocktail Wire Bar  

Opening Hours:

Everyday from 3:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Plans to open earlier to serve lunch is also on the works.


Along MacArthur Highway, 15 minutes from Bamban.

Landmark is Well Spring High School.

Areas you can visit in Capas:

While in Capas, you might want to consider visiting these nearby places:

1) Capas National Shrine in Barangay Cristo Rey (20 minutes from PAS)

2) Mount Pinatubo Trail in Barangay Santa Juliana (25 minutes from PAS)

3) Ninoy Aquino Monument in Concepcion, Tarlac (30 minutes from PAS)

4) Bamban Museum of History (10 minutes from PAS)

5) The Aquino Center Museum in Hacienda Luisita, Tarlac (30 minutes from PAS)

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Armela is a food and travel blogger from the Philippines. She has produced content for different local and overseas brands. Armela is also a self-taught photographer. She is an optimist by heart who loves to travel to discover new places, different cuisines and meet new people. She is a Digital Marketing Strategist and a Creative Designer by profession.