If you are planning to visit the Philippines soon, something you must try is the country’s street foods. Filipino street foods are not just very affordable but they’re also very tempting and will definitely be delicious. You’ll surely see street foods everywhere in the country. Since Filipinos love for food is unparalleled choices for street foods in the Philippines is endless and so here are some of the top and the most popular ones
Popular Filipino street foods you must try when traveling to the Philippines.
Partially developed duck egg embryo that is boiled and eaten from the shell. Others might be scared to try or think of this street food as
gross, especially the embryo part but it’s actually delicious, especially when seasoned with salt and vinegar.
another Filipino favorite street food is
These might be the cheapest street food you’ll encounter around the streets in the Philippines and they’re also probably the most
popular Filipino street food. Most Filipinos grew up eating fish balls.
Kikiam, Squid balls, and Chicken balls are also sold together with fish balls in the same cart.
Noodle soup that is usually found at restaurants are also often sold around many streets in the Philippines ( in a food cart)
Mami comes with either pork, chicken or beef flavor.
This is also a very popular Filipino food that is common in Philippine streets, ( food cart) , restaurants, and food stalls.
This is commonly known as dirty ice cream in the Philippines which is commonly sold by peddlers along the streets.
This is made of dried blood formed into cubes and cooked on the grill.
This is made of the chicken intestine and marinated and cooked on the grill.
Tukneneng, Kwek-kwek and One day old chick.
Tukneneng is a hard-boiled quail egg coated with flour with orange food color and deep-fried. Same with the Kwek-kwek, it is also a hard-boiled chicken or duck egg coated with flour with orange food color and deep-fried. The one-day-old chick is literally one-day old which is deep-fried when cooked.