STREET FOOD FAVORITES: PART 2

There’s nothing more fun than having a food trip with friends! Just recently we went to a food park called A-venue in Makati Ave where they sell street foods. I can say, its not only delicious, its also cheap and very affordable! You can already fill your tummy with just 300 pesos in hand, and […]

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STREET FOOD FAVORITES: PART 1

Just recently, me and my friends went to A-venue mall in Makati Ave. to have some fun and to fill our tummies with different food. Much to our delight, there were alot of food to choose from and they’re all very affordable, budget friendly! We tried different Filipino and Korean streetfoods. For the Filipino side, […]

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KOREAN STREET FOOD

Jap Chae/Chap Chae: is translated as mixed vegetables but nowadays, the highlight of this dish is its glass noodles (sometimes called as cellophane noodles), which is made from sweet potatoes, vegetables, and seasoned meat. This sweet and savoury dish is usually served in holidays like Christmas and New Year but can also be served in […]

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FILIPINO STREET FOOD

Calamares: also known as calamari is a deep fried dish from the Mediterranean region. This is made up of squid rings dipped in batter and deep fried for about 2 minutes. This is best served when dipped in spicy vinegar sauce or marina as they do in other countries. Squid rings can usually be purchased […]

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FILIPINO VS KOREAN STREET FOOD

Japan’s dango (dumplings), Canada’s poutine, Spain’s churros, Taiwan’s Bubble tea, South Korea’s kimbap, Philippines’ Halo-Halo—these are just some of the widely known street food from different countries all over the world. They are mostly associated with Asia but every nation has some food easily accessible on the pavements, and it would be a great achievement […]

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