Local Night Market BBQ Stand in The Philippines
The food is well-lit up, and there are usually plenty of people tending to it. The surrounding area may also have music playing or a TV blaring away. This is a local bbq stand at night in The Philippines. And, it’s really good.
Some locals would often tell me not to eat here. These are the same people who simply did not even comment when they heard about I ate at the “local local” food stand. But again, I never got sick from eating here.
For the record the only places I did get a bad stomach in the Philippines is in fast food pizza and chicken restaurants in malls.
The typical food here would be: Chicken, a variety of fresh fish, Guso (seaweed), sizzling pork, lechon, adobos and just about everything else you can think of from the Philippines. Depending on the size of the night stalls, and the occasion.
The prices here vary a lot. But an average piece of chicken would cost 35 pesos, squid 60 -120 depending on size, bbq stick of pork 14 pesos.
This is an additional post and one of a series highlighting Filipino food
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