It was been a month since I have an update over here, it just came to the point I felt tired writing. Anyway, I will probably post backdated post for Sundays I’ve missed to post. My sister and I went to the town market today, we bought a kilo of fish at the wet market and pieces of bread at the bakery, for our father’s snacks at work. Nearby the wet market there are two carts of street food, we usually buy to go street food when my sister and I have extra shackles for it.
Tonight they have plenty of lumpiang gulay (vegetable rolls), isaw (chicken’s intestine) and what they called dynamite, a stuffed green chilli peppers like the street food in Korea (gochu twikim) and since it is mouth watering I can’t let it passed. These street foods are always sold out every day and it is rare that they are still available.
Street foods are very popular in the street of Philippines and aside from the food I mentioned above fishballs, kikiam, siomai, calamares, chicken and meat barbecue were very popular street food too among Filipinos.