It’s the Philippines’ turn to showcase the best of its street food heritage alongside the best in the world!
Popular Singaporean hawker festival World Street Food Congress has made its way to Manila, and this edition is one you wouldn't want to miss. 25 hawkers around the world will be participating in the five-day long food festival. Notable hawkers include Singapore’s Jin Ji Kway Chap, Alhambra Padang Satay, and Keng Eng Kee; Vietnam’s BánhCan 38; Indonesia’s Ayam Taliwang Bersaudara and Martabak Markobar; and Portland, Oregon’s Churros Locos. For those who are looking forward to a gastronomic feast should set aside a budget, as meals would cost upwards of P200.
Here’s a peek into the yummy meals you can try at World Street Food Congress' Jamboree Food Spread on Federacion Drive and 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig from April 20 to 24:
Thailand: Hoy Tord
Singapore: Carrot Cake
Vietnam: Banh Xeo
In addition to the vast topnotch food available, food experts like our very own Anton Diaz of Our Awesome Planet and World Street Food Congress founder KF Seetoh will be holding dialogues to discuss the state of street food culture from April 20 to 21 at 7th Avenue and 25th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig (Purchase tickets here).
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Banner photograph of World Street Food Congress 2015 from the World Street Food Congress Facebook page.