Thursday, June 24, 2021

Store festival features Filipino street food

PAMPANGA. Chef Boy Logro gives a taste of his special cooked food during the SM Hypermarket Street Food Festival at SM City Clark last Friday. (Photo by: Chris Navarro)

CLARK FREEPORT -- A giant retail store brought together famous Filipino street food in a festival held over the weekend.

SM Hypermarket, the shopping stores of SM Supermalls, hosted the “Street Food Festival 2019” on August 30 to 31.

Now on its fourth year, the food festival at SM City Clark featured over 50 food stalls of mouthwatering street food favorites like the Ilocos empanada, takoyaki, okonomiyaki, grilled liempo, leche flan, sisig, lechon, shabu-shabu, crispy crablets, gambas, and various kakanin, among others.

Joining the mix are SM Eats’ famous “National Meryenda” turon with langka, cheesy corn, ginataan bilo-bilo, affordable rice meals, kwek-kwek, lumpiang toge, and other must-try siopao and soft-served ice cream.

The festival also featured fun activities, games, and special promos courtesy of the Philippines’ biggest brands like Knorr, Maggi, Purefoods, Alaska, Bounty Fresh, CDO, Century, Del Monte, Farm Fresh, Mekeni and Joy.

Street food festival goers were treated to special bundles, promos with freebies, and big discounts.

Kusina master, Chef Boy Logro, also had a cooking demonstration of his own version of breaded chicken. After cooking, Logro asked the audience, including Mekeni Food Corporation president Prudencio Garcia, to taste his food.

Festival-goers who were able to complete stamp cards that served as a guide during the event also received some prizes.


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