Taipei: No meat (vegan/vegetarian) eating
But for a select bunch of people, Taipei’s no-meat eating options is a delight. So for a day I decided to alter my food preference and see if it works for me. Take note that I’m in no way an expert in the technicalities surrounding veganism and vegetarianism so I’ll just stick to the idea of no meat eating.
Bona’s Chaolong: Vietnamese Pho in Palawan
Did you know Palawan was once home to many Vietnamese people? After the Vietnam war, the people of Vietnam took on the open seas until which their boats led them to the Philippine shores. They were called boat people and many of them found refuge in Palawan for some time. And that became the start of the Vietnamese food culture in the country – Chaolong.
Must-try food in The Philippines II
Some time ago I’ve posted some Filipino must try food. But of course the list couldn’t accommodate all of them. In a country that was created to have thousands of islands with varying culture and diverse people, there will surely be a new delicacy for a stranger’s tongue.
Roti for me, roti for you!
This is a pancake (aka roti) that I got to try in Ao Nang, Thailand. It looks different from the western pancake we know but it tastes good. It’s very thin with the chosen filling wrapped inside then fried to a good crisp then topped with condensed milk.