8 Places That Deliver Kakanin, Tusok-Tusok, And Other Pinoy Street Food To Your Doorstep
A cup of iskrambol will surely save you from this scorching heat!
Don’t you just miss your college days, running out of the building to get your fill of fish balls and kikiam from that popular stall by manong whom everyone in campus knows? Or maybe you miss having barbecue nights with your friends at your favorite ihawan? Well, it might be discouraged to meet up with our college barkada for now, but we can definitely relive the memories by savoring our favorite college eats at home. In the new normal, several online stores can now deliver the Pinoy street food we sorely miss right to our doorstep! Check them out!
Avenida Pedestrian Delights
The summer heat has been intense these past weeks, but Avenida Pedestrian Delights has what you need to cool down! Iskrambol kits are good for up to 35 servings; purchase the family size (Php 300) or party size (Php 1,000).
If ice scramble isn’t really your thing, you can opt for Avenida’s Taho kit (Php 150) or Sago’t Gulaman Kit (Php 200). They also have Sorbelato Artisanal Ice Cream that you can purchase in gallons, perfect to share and enjoy with your family!
Bulilit Kitchen is a one-stop-shop for all street eats. They have isaw manok, isaw baboy, pork barbecue, inihaw na bulaklak, chicken feet, longganisa, and a whole lot more!
If your family suddenly gets a craving, you can purchase their Bulilit Platters from Php 300 to Php 2,700, depending on the number of servings. Their Bulilit Dampa package also serves your favorite ihaw-ihaw meals: Tuna Belly, Inihaw na Bangus, Inihaw na Pusit, and Shrimp with Oyster Sauce.
Simply register for an account on their website, add to cart, and check out!
Pogs! Pinoy Street Food
If you want to stock up on yummy Pinoy snacks, Pogs’ pasalubong packs might be a good option! They come in sealed containers, so you can store them in your pantry and eat them like any chichirya whenever you like.
Their crispy adidas or chicken feet are deboned, so you can get their whole crispy tendon bits. They also have salmon skin and crunchy isaw packs, all available on Lazada.
Filipinos love crunchy goods, and if we’re talking about street food, we can never go wrong with chicken skin!
Crunchy Bucket’s chicken skin comes in small to large sizes, which you can purchase from Php 85 to Php 160. They are available in 6 flavors: classic, salted egg, garlic parmesan, barbeque, sour cream, and spicy.
They also accept same-day delivery, so what are you waiting for?
Isaw To Go
You can grill your own isaw and tenga ng baboy hassle-free at home with Isaw To Go’s ready-to-cook packs! Each pack has 20 sticks of meat, starting at Php 235.
If you’re not sure which product to get, you can avail their Sampler Pack for Php 485, which contains 5 sticks of each skewered meat. They’re affordable, ready to grill, and can be stored in the freezer as well!
Time for dessert! This Greenhills-based bakery sells all your favorite kakanin individually or in a platter. They also serve sweet treats like pastillas, yema, and polvoron!
Each Filipino delicacy is freshly made every day by hand. Their Assorted Kakanin Platter can be purchased for only Php 590, and it has literally everything: biko, bibingka, cassava cake, maja blanca, puto, sapin-sapin, ube de leche, suman, and kutsinta.
Kakanin To Go Atbp.
Kakanin To Go Atbp. is the official delivery service of Aling Kika’s famous kakanin. Their best-selling assorted tray is available for Php 460, which comes with 48 slices of bibingka, sapin-sapin, kalamay ube, and cassava.
They also have the Big Bilao Assorted option for Php 560, which serves up to 62 slices of bibingka, sapin-sapin, kalamay ube, and kutsinta.
Moms Homemade Sorbetes
Another delicious way to beat the heat is to indulge in ice cream! This Metro Manila shop sells sorbetes in Yakult (Php 145), Choc Nut (Php 165), Oreo Bits (Php 165), and Mango Graham (Php 195) flavors! Every pint is handmade with high quality ingredients.