PHOTOS: All the Delicious Dishes at the World Street Food Congress 2017

Regional dishes from the Philippines were highlighted, too!

IMAGE Majoy Siason

 

The World Street Food Congress 2017 is back on its second year in Manila and opened yesterday, May 31 at the SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds, Pasay City. Running until June 4, the event includes the World Street Food Jamboree which features 28 food stalls highlighting the best street eats from 12 countries.

 


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Feast on street food by chefs, vendors, and hawkers from India, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, USA, Thailand, Mexico, Germany, Singapore, Japan. The Jamboree this year also highlights dishes from Davao City, Bicol, Pampanga, Iloilo, Ilocos and Bacolod. Entrance to the jamboree is priced at P150 (but also consumable at the food stalls) and will be open from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. (June 1 to 2), 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. (June 3) and 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. (June 4).

 

 

Here's a tip: go with a group so you can try a lot of dishes! Here are some of the dishes at this year's food festival:

 


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Nasi Lemak served by Makansutra Philippines 

 


Iced coconut milk with water chestnut from Thailand

 


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Black Bean Tostadas from Oaxaca, Mexico 

 

 


Banh Beo and Banh Log from Vietnam 

 


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Deep-fried pork ribs with salted egg sauce from Singapore 

 


Pork monggo, Bicol Express Risotto, and Pinangat Burgers 

 

 


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Cheese Empanada from the Ilocos booth

 

 


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Banh Xeo from Vietnam 

 


 

 

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