Isaw, tokneneng, and other Pinoy street foods, nasa New York City na!
May 28, 2021

Filipino street food invades the streets of New York City.

A group of Filipino entrepreneurs based in the U.S. collaborated to bring the full Pinoy eating experience to the city.

Pinoy street food in New York City

They made pop-up stalls, kariton, sorbetero cart, and even bought taho containers to fully capture the spirit of Pinoy-style street vending.

They call their pop-up food venture "So Sarap NYC."

Pinoy street food in New York City

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