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World Street Food Congress returns to showcase PH’s treasure trove of culinary delicacies

Looking for a place to food-binge this summer?

You’re in luck because World Street Food Congress will be back in Manila for a second time!

World Food Congress, MOA Concert Grounds, Anthony Bourdain, PH, 2017
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This mouth-watering food fest will be held at the SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds from May 31 to June 4. People can expect to see 30 master hawkers, and pop-up food stalls from at least 13 countries!

World Food Congress, MOA Concert Grounds, Anthony Bourdain, PH, 2017
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Better ready your tummy and taste buds for a diverse selection of delicacies from Bali’s barbecue pork ribs, Guanzhou’s mochi dumplings, oyster omelette from Taiwan, and claypot apom manis from Malaysia.

Of course, it will feature the best in Pinoy cuisine such as cheese and longganisa empanada from Ilocos, Pampanga’s sisig paella, Davao’s lamb monggo, and lots more.

World Food Congress, MOA Concert Grounds, Anthony Bourdain, PH, 2017
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That’s not all, one of the main highlights of the event is a food dialogue with celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, Chef Malcom Lee of Candlenut Singapore, and Chef Andy Yang of Rhom Tiam in Thailand.

World Food Congress, MOA Concert Grounds, Anthony Bourdain, PH, 2017
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You can purchase your ticket for just 150 bucks, the value of which is consumable on-site! Check out their site: World Street Food Congress for more information.

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