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May 13, 2016
Eat Fresh Famous Hong Kong Street Food
Cheap, fast and really good. I mean really.. really. GOOD.
One of my favorite cuisines is Chinese, and on the way home from a errands trip to Banawe, we passed byEat Fresh Famous Street Food, I thought to give it a try since I was already craving Chinese. Once parked, I saw the cooking area where there were different skewers lined up, from squid balls, yakitori, isaw, and takoyaki. I was already excited.
I ordered their Chicken feet and Tausi Spareribs with rice on a Claypot.For this price, it’s like having a 2-piece chicken meal from a fast food restaurant. The spareribs were soft, the rice was excellent, and the chicken feet were tasty. They also provide you this soy sauce that you add to the rice for more flavor.
Another thing I ordered was the Asparagus wrapped bacon, as well as the Shitake wrapped bacon. I LOVED this. The bacon was perfectly wrapped over the shitake and asparagus, giving you that umami taste. The crisp, salty bacon contrasted well with the sweet teriyaki sauce.
Overall,Eat Fresh Famous Hong Kong Street Food is a hole in the wall with a lot of promise. Don’t expect great ambiance and clean bathrooms. What you can expect is great food at an affordable price. I’ll definitely be back! Insider Tip: Don’t forget to try the Shitake wrapped bacon. It’s to die for! They also sell shakes by the liter, you shouldn’t miss out on those.
Bernice is an Events and Marketing Professional. Her corporate events are marked by her commitment to excellence. Bernice’s love affair with food started at a young age, fueled by her family’s love to eat. She is fascinated by unique spices as well as the possibilities created by limitless variations and combinations of flavors. What makes her passion for food so strong is the conviction that the significance of food goes beyond the act of eating. With her degree in International Studies, Bernice understands that communing with food is an act of cultural intimacy, a way of knowing that links directly to cultures and traditions, and to people’s histories. This explains her thirst for travel—she can’t get enough of knowledge related to local dishes and to ingredients that are native to the regions of Asia. Among her favorite cuisines are Japanese, Mediterranean and Indian.
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