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Streetfood Favorites At Eat Fresh

This is a belated post about our post-Christmas pig-out at Eat Fresh with my daughter and aunt. I guess we've eaten too much good food that craving for "Hong Kong" streetfood is inevitable. ;)

We usually choose our "streetfood" upon entering the restaurant because their kitchen is in front. You can see them frying a lot of sinfully oily but delicious streetfood.

Pig's Ear and Lobster Roll. I love the chewy pig's ears. My aunt and I shared this order except for the lobster roll which was requested by daughter. Costs P30-35.



Laksa. I haven't tasted "real" laksa so this is what I have in mind when I'm all eager to eat and slurp spicy noodles. Its not that spicy according to some friends who tasted this but for me, it is. It has tons of fishballs, lobster and shrimp rolls also plus the egg. You can skip ordering the fried dimsums since the laksa contains more than a fair share. Serving is good for 3-4 pax and costs only P180.


Isaw. Pig's intestines. These are pieces of heaven. Crunchy on the outside and soft inside. However, I have this habit of removing the stuff inside the isaw- hehe. Costs P30-35 I think.


Takoyaki. My daughter and nephew are great fans of this takoyaki. There's a 15-minutes waiting time for this order because they just make this when someone orders. P120.


Special Fried Rice. A very filling fried rice. I remember eating tons of this before. Good for 2-3 pax. P95.


Vinegar. You must ask for this vinegar because sometimes they don't serve this. I don't know why. It's sour, sweet and spicy at the same time. Best dipping sauce for the pig's ears and isaw.


Spicy Hot Laksa. That's my tiny bowl of spicy goodness. Oh my ... it makes me drool as I write this post.



You can also order a liter of black gulaman for only P60. Other drinks are also available as well as tons of dishes which we haven't tried yet since we always order the sinfully oily dimsum at Eat Fresh. At least, I always have the excuse to go back ... and the restaurant is just near my house. :D




Eat Fresh
691 Jose Abad Santos St.,
Little Baguio, San Juan



the kitchen goddess
chinese resto
chinese restaurant

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  1. My husband loves to eat at Eat Fresh. I only order the same thing whenever I go there and it's Spareribs.

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    MrsMartinez

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    1. I haven't tried the spareribs yet ... will order that on our next visit :) -edel

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  2. Yummy! This makes me hungry! lol!

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  3. Where's Eat Fresh located? I like that their prices are not that expensive.

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  4. I haven't tried this restaurant yet, where is this located?

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    1. Address is 691 Jose Abad Santos Street, Little Baguio, San Juan *** same street as Serenitea, Little Store, Alex III. There's a branch in Banawe, QC but I haven't been there yet - edel

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  5. Huhuhuh looks yum! Where is Eat Fresh?

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  6. No wonder the name sounded familiar. We sometimes pass by that street and I'd see this. Good to know what they're serving. I love takoyaki! I'd have to drop by sometime.

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    1. My nephew who ate tons of takoyaki when he went to Japan loves the takoyaki at Eat Fresh. Taste is closest daw to that of the ones he tasted in Japan :) -edel

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  7. Anonymous9:09 AM

    Too bad it's only in QC gusto ko pa man tikman hehe.

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    1. The branch I went to was in San Juan, near McDo Wilson lang sya :) -edel

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  8. STREETFOOD! MUST. TRY. THIS! Hahahaha! Sorry for freaking out. I just love streetfood. :)

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    1. I love streetfood also :) -edel

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  9. I love to try their pork intestines, looks so yummy!

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    1. Super yummy especially with their vinegar :) -edel

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  10. It's look yummy, I usually buy street foods in our area in Baga Manila

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    1. Baga Manila is in A-Venue, right? Haven't tried there yet ... -edel

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  11. My husband and I would surely have a blast at Eat Fresh because we both love street food, especially pig's ears. The Lobster Roll also piqued my interest.

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    1. Better go there with empty tummies. You can check the open kitchen before going inside the resto and have fun choosing what you want to eat. They also have yummy enoki mushrooms wrapped in bacon :) -edel

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  12. This looks yummy :) I suddenly want tuloy. hehehe. Will definitely check this out when I'm in the area :)

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  13. the photos made me wanna eat takoyaki and isaw, hahahah. I really love street foods, im sure i will enjoy at Eat Fresh.

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  14. I am fond of street foods! And laksa too! But I haven't tried eating at Eat Fresh yet, actually, I'm not really familiar. I really hope there will be a branch near us so we can also try their food! :)

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