Seafood Sinigang (sour and savory seafood soup), Pork Sisig (thrice-cooked pork), Chicken Adobo (braised chicken in vinegar and soy sauce), Halo-Halo (mixed fruits, jelly and beans in shaved ice), Turon (deep-fried banana rolls with caramel)...
Pork Adobo (Photo provided to Newsgd.com)
Pork Sisig (Photo: Newsgd.com)
Now you can eat your way around the Philippines while never leaving the city of Guangzhou, as the Filipino delicacies have been brought to you during the ongoing Southeast Asian Cuisine and Culture Festival.
During the festival, two Southeast Asian chefs Calvin Yap and Ben Goh lead a local culinary team to tailor made specialties and desserts with creativity, inspiration and original recipes from the Philippines in Shangri-La Hotel, Guangzhou.
In addition, you can also enjoy Filipino products during the festival or buy them from local grocery stores, including San Miguel Beer and Aqua Coco Coconut Water.
Aqua Coco Coconut Water (Photo provided to Newsgd.com)
San Miguel Beer (Photo provided to Newsgd.com)
The Southeast Asian Cuisine and Culture Festival will last until May 9th, forming part of the "2021 Guangzhou Cuisine Carnival" underway in the same period in 22 star-rated hotels, 30 restaurants and over 100 catering enterprises. Don't miss out on a chance to enjoy both local and foreign cuisines during the May Day holiday.
Qishi chips (Photo provided to Newsgd.com)
The Filipino booth at the festival (Photo provided to Newsgd.com)
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