Nothing Beats The Extraordinary: Street Food

Filipinos are known to enjoy the average three meals a day plus desserts or “merienda” as most Filipinos call it. One of the qualities that Filipinos can do is to make out something new, creative yet cost-sufficient and that includes food.

Street food is basically obtainable from street vendors. Street vendors are business people who sell their wares in the open air rather than in shop or store. In many cases, the vendor either has a small stand that can be secured when not in operation, or makes use of a cart that can be removed from the street at the end of the business day. Sometimes referred to as peddler, the street vendor is commonly found in metropolitan areas, outdoor conventions and events and sometimes at public beaches.

Some street foods are regional. Some are not. It is intimately connected with take-out, junk food, snacks and fast food; it is also distinguished by its local flavor and by being purchased on the sidewalk, without entering any building….

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