Street foods... 24 hours food stall

@r3jcorp (1384)
Philippines
August 16, 2011 7:01pm CST
Philippines is not only known for the beautiful natural resources but also for the tasty and delicious food in every corner. Now that it is not only available in all corners, it is also at any time because we can buy our favorite meal with a 24 hours food stall. Some of those started to cater the call center agents around the area and others from just a hobby which soon had a huge customers. Most of the stalls are unnamed but you won't have a hard time finding the cuisine of your choice. From Filipino dishes like adobo, sisig, fishballs and isaw to foreign like Italian for pasta and pizza, Persian for Shawarma wraps and rice meals, Mexican for Tacos and Burritos or Korean for Bibimbak, Kimchi and Chap Chae. Do you like street foods too?
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4 responses
17 Aug 11
Steer food are common in India and are very tasty, delicious and cheap too. Some times I feel the urge for me to eat the street food only. Food like rice with curd or daal, chole bhature, and jalebi like by all. Even some time I saw the non-veg stalls but I am a vegetarian. I some times wonder how those street vendors can make their living by selling such delicious food at very cheap rates as compared to the hotel who sell the same food at very high prices.
@r3jcorp (1384)
• Philippines
17 Aug 11
I do hope I could taste your kind of food, maybe in the future. Price difference with those sold at restaurant than in street is very big because of higher capital and additional services. But sometimes it is much enjoyable to eat it at street like all others.
@veedee13 (242)
• United States
17 Aug 11
Yes i like street foods and since i live in california,i always look for it everytime i go to the Philippines for a vacation.I plan though to go to the Philippines as soon as i graduate high school and stay there for long time
@r3jcorp (1384)
• Philippines
17 Aug 11
You must be very young then... anyway, good that you are coming back here. A lot of migrants like you finished their college degree here. I must tell that you really missed our barbeque and fishballs and the likes. How about the balut? Goodluck and be safe always!
• United States
17 Aug 11
I love to eat street food as well. The food is so full of flavor as well. I like the sishkabobs and the wraps as well. I wish I knew how too cook that at home.
@r3jcorp (1384)
• Philippines
17 Aug 11
Hello giftsandbagscom, It wouldn't be the same even if you know how to cook it at home. We do barbeque too at the house and tried homemade and grocery ready marinate and sauces, but it doesn't taste the same. Maybe the secret ingredient is the street aroma, I don't really know what makes it taste good. Or just the thrill of how you eat it without the table, chairs, spoon and fork.
@petersum (4526)
• United States
17 Aug 11
Several Asians countries have this habit. It's great when you are working a night shift. But it is rarely found in the West. It makes you wonder who is really civilized!
@r3jcorp (1384)
• Philippines
17 Aug 11
Now that there are many opportunities in night shifts jobs, street foods are more popular now. For those who eat street food, it doesn't matter what other says as long as they enjoy the food.