Empty Your Belly, Here is The Top 10 Most Favorite Food on World Street Food Congress 2017!
Consider as one of Asia’s biggest street food celebration, World Street Food Congress 2017 brings in hawkers and foodies from all across the globe. The five-day gastronomic celebration will be held at the SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds from May 31 to June 4.
Definitely you will be amazed with 28 pop up stalls with their own specialty in serving street food, since its It features over 40 different international street food dishes from the USA, Germany, Mexico, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, India, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia Vietnam, and of course, regional dishes from the Philippines.
According to Our Awesome Planet, here is the top 10 favorite food that might help you to decide which food you need to taste in this fest. Make sure your wallet is full!
Aloo Tikki (Manla Chaat – India)
Price : P200
Aloo Tikki from Manla Chaat is an Indian dish made with boiled potatoes, onions, and various curry spices. “Aloo” meaning potato and “Tikki” meaning cutlet or croquette has a crisp outside and soft inside. It's topped with different curries, beat roots, paneer cheese, carrots, radish, and various sauces, creating this spectrum of flavors from sweet, sour, savory, and spicy.
Salted Egg Pork+ Fries (Hong Kong Street Old Chun Kee – Singapore)
Price : P270
Deep-fried pork ribs smothered in addictive salted egg sauce, topped with some chili and garnish. The salted egg yolk and pork ribs meld together beautifully, with flavors playing off each other. It comes with fries on the side.
Nasi Lemak with Chicken Wings (Coco Kanin by Makansutra Hawkers – Singapore)
Price : P270
Rice-loving Filipinos will love this! This scrumptious dish is a favorite Malaysian and Singaporean specialty made of fluffy rice infused with coconut milk, plated with fried chicken, crispy dilis, peanuts, Sayer Lodeh, cucumber, and of course, the sambal sauce. It's Instagram-worthy too!
Martabak Manis (Martabak Manis “San Fransisco” by Buyung – Indonesia)
Price : P280 for 4 slices
This insanely good pancake from WSFC 2016 is back with new flavors like Red Velvet! Martabak is a crispy and gummy Indonesian-Chinese-style pancake (Ming Chang Kueh). The classic martabak only uses ground peanut and chocolate, but their trendy version is buried under a pile of different chocolates and sweet toppings like Kit Kat, Orea, and Nutella.
Banh Xeo ( Banh Xeo Mieu Noi – Vietnam)
Price : P280
The crispy rice mung bean pancake with seafood, greens and fish sauce is made of rice flour, water, turmeric powder, fatty pork, diced green onion, bean sprouts, and shrimp. The pancake has a chewy inside and a little crisp on the outside. One more deliciousness, the fresh and fragrant ingredient is used to add the dimension of the food. Worth to try!
Pork Trotter (Pasillo De Humo – Mexico)
Price : P280
Chopped up pickled pork trotters, black beans, avocado, radish, cabbage, and fresh cilantro stacked like nachos on a crispy tortilla. Don't mistake this colorful dish for a light meal--the beans and avocados are sure to make you full!
Chicken Inasal in Coconut Pita Bread (Sarsa - Bacolod, Philippines)
Price : P250
For something old yet new, Celebrity Chef JP Anglo from Bacolod brings a taste of his hometown with his creative take on the chicken inasal. His version is Pita Bread filled with different grilled chicken parts you'd find when eating at an inasal joint--from the chicken meat to the small intestines and liver! Don't forget to use his brainy garlic sauce & spicy langka liver dip, which is a substitute for the langgaw (local vinegar).
Balinese BBQ Pork Ribs with Salad (Bali BBQ Ribs “Warung Sunset” By Chef Yudi – Indonesia)
Price : P300
Baby back ribs marinated with Asian spices and then roasted over a charcoal fire. Served with a spicy salad on the side. A familiar taste with a Balinese twist. What makes these ribs unique are the 15-20 Indonesian herbs and spices used in creating their signature BBQ sauce.
Sisig Paella (Sisig Paella (Cafe Fleur - Pampanga, Philippines)
Price : P230
This Pan Roasted Rice with Pork cheeks, Ears, Belly, Chicharon, Soy Lime, Chili. Check out Chef Sau Del Rosario’s version of this beloved Kapampangan dish, giving Aling Lucing's creation a progressive twist with his intensely flavorful pan roasted sisig paella.
Currywurst (Northern BBQ Team by Meatsmith & Friends – Germany)
Price : P260
Handmade mixed pork & beef, ketchup, and curry powder. Regarded as the national street food of Germany, the currywurst is your regular chunky and savory pork sausage with a touch if Indian influences.The sausage is blended with their Original Curry Tomato Ketchup Sauce and sprinkled with curry powder.
Source : Our Awesome Planet
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