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Gastronomic Adventure at MOA Asian Street Food Fest 2019





Asia is about Street Food. Aside from being affordable and being readily available to masses, this where most popular street food started, such as dumplings, bubble tea and Milk Tea which are now enjoyed and recognized in different countries.

In our country alone, street foods are one of the things that we Filipinos love, like isaw and kwek-kwek which are sold on kantos, even the banana cue and ice scramble that you loved in your childhood days are also street foods that are loved until now.



With the recent rise of tourism in Asia, the local street food scene continues to level up its game.

Food offerings are innovating from the traditional finger food to a variation of flavors worthy to explore.



Discover the gastronomic roots of Asia through a food adventure from Korean, Japan, Taiwan, China, and the Philippines here at SM Mall of Asia! The MOA Asian Street Food Fest will be gathering our favorite popular Asian delicacies on October 21 -27 at the Main Atrium.




Whether fried, baked, grilled or steamed, get ready to go on a food trip with the most iconic Asian favorites! From Japan, delight your taste buds with Okonomiyaki (also known as Japanese pancakes) from Dohtonbori, flavorful yakitori sticks from Kyoto’s Tori Ichi, tempura dishes from Tenya and freshly baked fluffy treats from Kumori.



From China, have a taste of authentic dishes such as grilled Sichuan feasts from Hediu and flavorful bowl and pairings from Shi Shi Noodle House and Masuki.




Best quality, authentic savory fishcakes from Korea’s Samjin Amook and crispy, flavorful chicken from Bon Chon are coming to excite our appetites, too!




Let us not forget the most talked about food trend as Taiwan’s Coco and YiFang quenches our thirst with milk tea, plus frozen custard from Rita’s and more drinks from Macao Imperial!



Last but not the least, our own Filipino street food favorites such as kwek-kwek, turon, manggang hilaw and more from SM Hypermarket.

Asia’s big food brands are coming together in one place to help us update our cultural experience with a gastronomic adventure!

This is going to be a fun-filled food experience for every street food lovers and enthusiast.


For more of The Kitchen Mom adventure, you can visit my Instagram account @thekitchenmom and Facebook Page @TheKitchenMom and please do always visit my blog for more of my featured restaurants, new products, health, adventures and more at www.thekitchenmombydhess.






Comments

I love all the street food, sayang at malayo ang location q to experience and taste all that kind of food. I love dumplings and milktea.para makita q din kayo mamsh personally. Lobe to see you all��

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