China Town (Binondo) Food Trip

Started the whole China Town trip with our Binondo-insider friend. As you can see, this day also started being with two Chinese around me, and me wearing a red shirt. All set for the trip.

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Stop #1: So we are in Quick-Snack. This is near the Binondo Church. This store offers a wide array of Chinese snacks. Prepare around 150 pesos to enjoy their offerings.

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Then we transferred. Bon is even excited to go to the next site. Different street vendors welcomed our way to next store.

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Stop #2: Snacks part 2 as we taste another batch of food. It’s the Wai Ying Fastfood.

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Since I am not good in memorizing, let me just discuss with you the food components. First, this, it has a soft carbo outside, and shrimp inside. Super sarap!

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Next is ‘adidas’ or Chicken’s feet. Sarap ng balat.

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Next is this delicious strip with meat inside. Make sure it is submerged in the sauce.

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Then this “breaded fried salad”. Not my type.

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Stop #3: Main Meal. I can’t read Chinese characters so I can’t really tell what place this actually is.

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Look at Jape, he is so excited to eat our order.

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Even Bianca feels the same way.

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This one heavy soup which up to 3 people can share. This is made from one whole dough pillow then repeatedly stretched until it becomes strings.

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And of course, the dumplings!

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Stop #4: Estero. Considered eating frogs? Yes you must try it. Next stop is the LGA Fastfood.

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The fried frogs are actually yummier than what you think. Of course, it’s crunchy!

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First, this is their interesting canned cold tea which I never tasted since I was already full from the previous stores.

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Stop #5: Sugar cane juice. Indeed, I remember the sugar cane I used to chew. Must-try.

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Well, that’s all. We were around 20 people and we pooled our money (P500 each) to make this foodtrip more efficient.

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