When you are in the streets of any city or town of Philippines, these are the food you should take between main meals when you’re hungry.
What’s inside this colourful box?
Bibingka is a rice cake often garnished with salted eggs and carabao (water buffalo) milk cheese.
I personally love this one a lot.
Ensaimada is a buttery sweet roll with cheese.
Yes, LOTS of cheeeeezzzzzzzz i mean!!
Packs of glutinous rice for sale.
They will let you try a bite even if you don’t intend to buy.
This is Strawberry Taho.
It’s warm snack made of soft beancurd (the taho itself), dark syrup, and tapioca balls. And then they put it with strawberries. Wow, you really gotta try this.
This is beef sausage. You can always find these “twisting sausages” in the streets.
They will even come up into your inter-city bus liners to sell these to you.
Isn’t it fascinating to see such unusual food in the Philippines? Ah, Food Glorious!!
Up next, I will be talking about the Filipino main meals.