For some of us, street food is life. The temptation to indulge in these tasty, flavorful street snacks is really strong, especially if we're short on budget-- or simply craving.
Just like most of us, social media sensation Lloyd Cadena is also head over heels in love with street food. In his newest vlog, Lloyd tried out some of the most popular street food in the Philippines, from the undying isaw to the crunchy chicken skin.
Most of us would agree that street food is dull without dips and seasonings. To make his food trip more exciting, Lloyd paired some of the street favorites with vinegar, sweet sauce, and the versatile Knorr Liquid Seasoning, which brings out the best in every dish.
Next time you indulge in street food, make sure you bring Knorr Liquid Seasoning. You can also use it to marinade your favorite grilled "tusok-tusok" or to add flavor to your fried chicken skin batter.
Craving for some street food? Here are some of the places you can check out for your street food haul:
1. Isaw Republic
Where: Delos Reyes St., Sampaloc, Manila
By the name itself, you'd already have an idea of their specialty-- the all-time favorite isaw.
They serve isaw ng manok, bulaklak, betamax, tainga ng baboy, isaw bilog, and hotdog. They also grill kanin-perfect chicken barbecue, homemade longganisa, porkchop, and liempo.
2. Mang Larry's Isawan
Where: U.P. Diliman Campus, Quezon City
If you're from Q.C., you've most likely heard the famous isawan inside in U.P. Diliman-- the well loved Mang Larry's.
What started out as a small stand has now become one of the most popular go-to place for street food in the north. Specializing in isaw, Mang Larry's also serve almost all types of Pinoy street food favorites.
3. Mang Raul's BBQ
Where: BF Homes Almanza, Las Pinas City
With their top-secret marinade, Mang Raul's BBQ has become one of the most popular street food go-to place for street food in the south.
They serve pork barbecue, isaw ng baboy, isaw ng manok, tainga, and hotdog. And the best part? They serve rice!
4. Mang Frederick's Barbecue
Where: E. Dela Paz Street, San Roque, Marikina City
Catering to bulk orders, Mang Frederick's Barbecue is known for their mouth-watering street food bilao that is perfect for big parties and inuman sessions.
Mang Frederick's recipe for marinade is also a top secret, so don't waste your time trying to find it out. Just enjoy the finish product.
5. Lola Ote
Where: Sgt. Esguerra St., Brgy. South Triangle, Quezon City
Known for their whopping 18-inch pork barbecue, Lola Ote serves street food in an air-conditioned dining place. They also serve huge isaw ng manok and baboy, not to mention their crispy sisig that goes well with your favorite local beer brand.
They also have chicharong bulaklak and liempo, among other pulutan favorites.
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