Filipino street food Is CRAZY!! Salcedo Market Makati Manila 2019 – Manila Philippines Travel Posted on May 25, 2019 chicago hotels crazy dallas hotels filipino food hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels makati manila market philippines private jet rental property Salcedo Street travel travel vlog vacation 36 thoughts on “Filipino street food Is CRAZY!! Salcedo Market Makati Manila 2019 – Manila Philippines Travel” Great video guys, so fascinating watching you sample all this filipino food and drinkReply Envy you guys never been there but i only live like a kilometer from there. Much love. CheersReply Dont eat a lot of coconut milk based food, if your not use to it. It can upset your stomachReply The tofu ball missing sauce dipReply Try Sofitel hotel buffet.Okada hotel Buffett and nite light water show go inside and check it out insideReply Awsome , as always. You guys, you present food I never ate and never heard before. Thank you 😊 . Economists say a street market is the best barometer of local economy showing latest tendencies . Keep on exploring Philippines 🇵🇭 and keep us informed.Reply Love your british accent guys😍Reply I love how you put a conversion to the prices and most especially how "fearless and unreserved" you both are for tasting unfamiliar foods to you 👍 😊Reply I want butterbeer!! Haha. I enjoyed this video!!Reply Have you been in BGC? Other than Makati there are other CBD in Manila like BGC and Ortigas. You can also try to go to Eastwood City or Okada Manila.Reply missed the weekend market. seems it is much better compared to 10 years ago.you just reminded me that I need to wake up at the crack of dawn tomorrow/sunday morning to buy native treats outside the monastery near our place. puto, bibingka, ibos, suman, pichi-pichi, buko pie, puto bumbong, puto lanson, yummmy! I need to set the alarm clock because these go out fast and most likely be out of stock quick.Reply I have never eaten Philippines street food. I want go soon!!Reply ginataang puso ng saging goes with rice 🙂Reply Keep it up!New subscriber here 😆Reply When i lived in P.I. in the 70's…the pinay was slender but now so MANY of 'em r chunky piglets. As far as the eye can see. They r ubiquitous eating machines!Reply If you guys want authentic filipino food. Eat at gerry's grill and or mang inasal. Also go over to SM and purchase nathaniel's buko salad.Reply first time seeing your vid and enjoyed it. will try to find that Butterbear.. thanks for featuring Salcedo weekend marketReply ExpensiveReply Here is a tip, if you see anything skewered on a stick, ask for the sauce.Reply Chewie chewie hahaReply And so i thought i knew more about filipino food after trying it for myself, haha guess i was wrong – theres just unbelievably crazy amount of different dishes outtherre.. im really keen to explore the ph now.. def will be hitting this market 😍Reply enjoy the filipino delicacies, guys… God Bless you…Reply "Hungry are we? You will be."…haha…very true. After seeing all this tasty food, I am hungry. Unfortunately the sight in my fridge is highly disappointing comparing to the food you found on the street market…haha.Reply If you're eating Filipino food, eat it with rice! Take care and enjoyReply rule of the thumb: if you guys are dealing with filipino foods …don't forget to consume it with rice …just to balance the taste! just a friendly reminder! =)Reply you guys need a pilipino friend or tour guild to show you how to eat those food properly. The tofu/veggie ball was suppose to be dipped in sauce.Reply Keep hydratedReply its better with RICE that ginataan puso ng saging i havent had one in 20 yrs (lived in States) Im coming home next month and will try this place thanks a lot.Reply the simplicity of vegetables and fruit preparations in the Philippines makes you healthy, welcome!Reply Here's some translation to help you:Puso – HeartSaging – BananaWe call it PUSO NG SAGING. This is a main dish usually eaten together with a rice, which is a staple food here in Philippines.Bibingka – A dessert very common during "BER" months. (septemBER, octoBER, novemBER, decemBER) Usually paired with a tea.Tsaa – TeaReply I'd like to have one of those coconut juice looks refreshing. And that Butterbeer I'd really like to try one. Very nice vlogs. Good jobReply Oh your video is lovely guy's 😍👍👍Reply ginataang puso is best with rice we eat that in lunchReply I need to explore that area in 2020,when I return to the Philippines.Reply that puso ng saging is perfect to eat together with riceReply More food tour please😍Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.