Sunday, July 17, 2016

A Delightfully Delish Night at Pioneer Street Market

Wazzup Pilipinas!

A great find for delectable dishes was recently introduced to us and it's located just within the compounds of HMR and along Reliance Street, in front of TV 5 Mandaluyong city, just one ride from our Pasig city residence.

The newly introduced Pioneer Street Market is composed of several food stalls with outstanding choices of food that will surely appeal to all foodies out there for its wide variety of feasts fit for the most eccentric and critical in their food craving.

You'll find this place a treasure chest of delightful delicacies that goes beyond the traditional way of preparing and serving food.

Thanks to Zomato for co-organizing this event where foodies like me enjoyed a night of pigging out until we drop. We got to meet even the owners themselves who shared a few info about their brand and opportunity for photo ops with them especially with celebrity owner Matet De Leon who was formerly a super child star during her younger days. The moment I saw her, I immediately remembered how her mother, superstar Nora Aunor, praised her for being the most thoughtful among her children.

Now she's married to a chef (Mickey), just like her partner Chef Juno Ang, who are both running Soul Potato serving huge portions of meals that will surely put you into food heaven the moment you try them out.

Monster Burger dishes out extraordinary ways of serving burger with their out of this world dishes like the Sinigang Burger, and as the owner said, many other varieties depending on how creative your imagination is. Their burgers are also huge so your appetite should be ready to gobble up all that Australian beef patty.

Auntie May's Angus Beef Salpicao was another great meal that will keep you pleased until the last piece of meat. The beef is moist and tender and has that awesome taste that's best paired with our staple food rice. You'll definitely increase your waist line if you keep coming back to try out her other superb and equally award-winning dishes.

Bakmi Nyonya recently won 3rd place at the Adobo Challenge organized by NutriAsia and the Mercato group, but they actually specialize in Indonesian food prepared by one of the Indonesian owner herself. They are bound to take you to a global experience with their dishes.

If there's Indonesian, there also flavorful Hawaiian delicacies providing new flavors at affordable prices. The Big Kahuna offers food that are big in taste and value for the money.

If you're looking for Shawarma, Pizza and Fries, then you should try Blended inspired by both Middle Eastern and Filipino spices.

Coffee from Current Swell Coffee Brewery are roasted in small batches to keep the beans fresh. But they also serve brunch food and pastries to complement their exceptionally tasting coffee.

You should also try Fuego Amigo if you are craving for Peri-Peri Checken and Pork Chops. These are meals fro real foodies with big appetites and a mighty craving for great food.

Dairy Frost serves handcrafted frozen delights in fun flavors and natural ingredients. Their extra creamy with just the right amount of sweetness making it more appealing for those who want to try consuming even a gallon of these delightful desserts.

Pomodoro Pizza serves authentic Italian pizza that's freshly hand-rolled and cooked in a brick oven. They also have pasta dishes that's a perfect match for their tasty pizzas.

If you are craving for longanisa coming from different regions of the Philippines, then  Sonsi House of Longanisa is the perfect food stall for you. You have plenty of choices to choose from where you will surely find a few favorites that will keep you coming back for more.

The Bad Apple offers level-up-to-perfection apples sweetened with touches of guilt for pleasure - an array of gooey, crunchy, sweet and salty, smooth, textured, semi-sweet and extra-sweet.

Other food stalls include Sing-A-Ling for noodle snacks, baked camote and cassava, and malunggay health drink; Jan's Kitchenfor Down to Earth European cuisine, sea salts, sauerkraut, curry ketchup, and pannenkoeken; Alejandro's canned fresh tomato-based sauces; Tramenzzino for Panini,; Thirsty Turtle for their various shakes with real fruits, Tasty Tucker and their steak, bacon and cheese pies; Homegrown Organics with their organic fruits and veggies; Lokal Natural with their Chichashroom, Seacharon, homemade gourmet tinapa, milk and honey; and OvoNovo with their pasteurized liquid eggs.

I'm sorry if I missed a few more because this was really a venue with spectacular choices. You'll keep coming back to Pioneer Street Market for sure especially if you want the more affordable yet exceptionally satisfying mouth-watering dishes.

This is not an exaggeration. The food choices at Pioneer Street Market are truly extraordinary. You'll spend a lot more because you won't hesitate consuming their best sellers that will leave a very memorable and lingering mark on your taste buds.

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