by Meryl Medel

Warm taho for a quick breakfast before starting the day, iskrambol or banana cue as a finale to a good meal, a fishball and kikiam dipped in savory sauce for merienda with your officemates. Maybe even some savory takoyaki or steaming siomai for lunch. Did we just make you crave your usual street eats even more? Don’t worry — you can check out these places that could deliver straight to your home and help you satisfy your street food cravings.

 

Potdog

You’re probably familiar with this food stall since you could’ve seen it at any mall’s food court, or even just the hallways. If you just want stock of your favorite street eats at home, then Potdog’s frozen food packs is the way to go. Plus you can choose from their variety of sauces and dips such as sweet garlic, sweet chili, sweet and sour, vinegar, among others.

Location: Banawe Street, Quezon City
Contact: Facebook, kusinamart.com

 

Isaw Haus

 

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If it’s the laman-loob and inihaw you want, then check out Isaw Haus. They’ve got all types of grilled street food for you.

Location: Taytay (Ortigas Extension), Pasig
Contact: Instagram, 8570-2706 / 8661-2913 / 8584-8326 (Ortigas Extension), 6564-474 / 6564-480 (Pasig)

 

Airballs 320

 

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They’ve got most of your street food cravings from kwek-kwek to kikiam to squidballs, and more. Plus they’re located near SLEX, so South kids could rejoice!
Location: Makati
Contact: Instagram

 

Okey na Okoy

Made of strips of various vegetables mixed with unshelled small shrimp and wrapped in glutinous batter and deep-fried, okoy may not be at the top of your head for street food choices, but we’re sure you’ve seen it at your office’s local carinderia or vendors on the road selling them while you’re commuting.

Location: Quezon City
Contact: Facebook, 0917 150 6569

 

JD’s Takoyaki

It’s not just Pinoy street food that you might be missing. So why not get yourself some takoyaki and gyoza now? JD’s Takoyaki even delivers in the wee hours of the night, so you could go with Japanese for your midnight snack.

Location: Sampaloc, Manila
Contact: Facebook, 0906 221 6748

 

Eat Fresh Hong Kong Famous Street Food

For an authentic taste of Hong Kong, grab some dim sum from Eat Fresh. You can get frozen packs of their items, too, if you want to cook them on your own.

Location: Pasig, Marikina, BF Homes
Contact: Facebook, Website

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This article was republished with permission from 8List.ph. Minor edits have been made for Bitesized.ph.

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