where could you eat fishballs, squidball or kikiam?

May 2, 2007 11:52pm CST
do you like fishball, squidball, kwek kwek or kikiam? where could you find a place you can eat this stuff?
4 responses
@mykmari_08 (2464)
• Philippines
22 Oct 08
I am quite certain that you're a Filipino like me. And same as a lot of people, my husband and I do love eating fishballs. Aside from this, we also eat kwek kwek or tokneneng for others. But I don't get to enjoy these streetfoods as much as I like and as often as I used to. About six to eight years ago when I was still unmarried, I had the chance to buy fishballs on the street and eat them with the sauce made available by the vendor with a cart. And about the sauce, I have tasted both the spicy and sweet sauces but I often prefer taking the sweet sauce. Most often, vendors of these stuff are only lurking by the neighborhood. I don't know if you knew it but I've heard some people say that fishballs are made from stale fish. And by the sound of stale fish, I knew that this isn't good. But this news didn't keep me from eating fishballs then. My only reason is that, "if I don't feel anything weird going on in my stomach because of eating this streetfood, I wouldn't be prevented from buying and eating such." I have also tried them with my husband in our hometown, in the downtown area, when we were still dating. Almost every afternoon after office hours, he would fetch me from the office and we'd have a 'food trip' of kwek kwek.
@rhane7315 (5656)
• Philippines
8 May 08
i love eating street foods and i always eat it after school
@chrysz (1603)
• Philippines
29 Jan 08
I always have it in Vinzons, the cart between SC and the post office and the one in Fine Arts. You forgot to include Isaw in Kalai and in Ilang Ilang
@tryxiness (4548)
• Philippines
2 Jan 08
I often eat them at UP Diliman. We usually would go to the shopping center and just eat and hang-out there. :)