Friday, December 20, 2013

Street Foods less the Streets


Here’s another catch at the Azalea Residences in Baguio worthy to take a short detour. You can enjoy your favorite street foods in a safe environment with a price that is the same as the prices in the streets, less the pollution of passing cars and the City noise. And of course, the foods and sauce are expertly prepared by chefs who made sure that you won’t have to worry about food contamination.

Scheduled from 3pm - 6pm daily since December 14 until December 30, except Dec 24 & 25. Meat BBQ at P15/stick. The rest is P10 each.

According to management, the idea is to bring what people enjoy closer to them, in their second home when visiting Baguio. 


I am not a food critic but I like street foods and comparing the sauce of barbecues in the Harrison night market, with the knowledge that the foods at the Azalea were prepared by chefs,  I feel safer here. You wouldn't see someone eating a barbecue and dip the stick again and again in the sauce jar. According to my blogger friend, Dean Cuanso, who has more experiences with foods (given the size of his body, he is way above my understanding on foods), the sauce are a combination of Chinese and Filipino cooking.



Should it have been near my watering hole, I’d rather frequent to this place. But definitely I will return here before the year ends. 

 


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