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Eat Fresh Hong Kong Famous Street Food

One of our favorite dining and take-out place is Eat Fresh near Wilson St., San Juan. This restaurant is always full especially during peak hours so its either you go there early to secure a table, wait in line, or order take outs. And the best part- you can eat a very filling meal here without breaking your wallet. 


Seafood Claypot.



Beef Noodle Soup.


Yang Chow.


Chicken Feet.


Siomai.


Assorted Deep-Fried goodies.


Takoyaki. You may have to wait for about 12-15 mins for preparation and cooking time. Tastes wonderful, according to my nephew who loves takoyakis.



*** all photos taken using Lenovo S960


Eat Fresh Hong Kong Famous Street Food
Jose Abad Santos St.,
San Juan, Metro Manila

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  1. My husband and his officemates are regulars of this place... I just hope they are open on Sundays so that I can also try it. :-)

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    1. We also wish that they're open on Sundays but I guess they've been pretty busy the whole week and really looks forward to sleeping on Sundays. Actually you can ask your husband to buy some take-outs for you and the family ;) -TheKitchenGoddess

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