Let’s take it to the streets!
Alright, it may take a while before we can actually go to the streets freely and safely, however, it doesn’t mean our love for street foods has to end. We list here some businesses that offer street foods for delivery to satisfy your cravings.
Of course, nothing beats ordering it out on the streets and making tusok-tusok – just as it should be. It may be a while, but at least, we have this option in the meantime.
Ate Ning is the go-to vendor for many who frequent the College of Arts & Letters area, selling fishballs, siomai, kikiam, squidballs, and chicken balls. You can have your favorite merienda delivered with a minimum order of worth P500.
You can order by contacting Cherry Immanuel through 0927 995 8001 or direcly messaging Evelyn “Ate Ning” Pasamonte on Facebook.
View their Facebook page
(0927) 995 8001
The team behind Access Tavel PH’s goal is to deliver happiness during this quarantine. They started offering traditional ihaw-ihaw favorites but has now collaborated with talented chefs to support them during this with meat and seafood dishes as well as baked goods.
You can order by messaging them thru Whatsapp or Viber (0998) 996 8902 or their website.
If you’re from UP, then you know Mang Larry’s is an institution when it comes to street food. Serving students and guests alike with some of the best merienda favorites even during this time.
You can order by messaging them on their Facebook page or contacting them at (0925) 384 5965 and (0945) 836 5250.
If you’re looking for a variety of street foods like taho, iskrambol, and all those tusok-tusok favorites, then look no further than Avenida Pedestrian Delights. They are indeed home to your favorite street foods.
You can order thru here.
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Cover image from Bulilit Kitchen Facebook page.