July 4, 2019

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market Jexx Hinggo
It's been a while since I visited Roxas Night Market. I was busy at work and never got the chance to have a meal with friends there. When my friends from Cebu went to Davao for a visit, I brought them there so they can experience the fun night market we have in the city. I was surprised to see new food items from different food stalls, and I realized why not share this to my readers?

Here are some of the new food choices you and your friends should try at Roxas Night Market.


APPETIZERS
Most of the food you'll see are served in skewers or barbecue sticks. Aside from the famous Kwek-Kwek, you'll see Toknenengs, these are quail eggs coated with flavored batter and cornstarch. Lumpia is a staple in Roxas Night Market but some people want a kick of spice so the vendors made Cheese Dynamites. These are stuffed chilli peppers in lumpia wrapper. There are Corndogs and Meatballs with quail eggs too! Aside from Siomai, I saw one vendor who sells Takoyaki.

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Tokneneng - Php20 per stick

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Dynamite with Cheese - Php5-10 each

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Meatballs with quail eggs on a stick - P20 per stick

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Corndogs on a stick - P20 per stick

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Siomai (Pork, Chicken, and Japanese) - P20 per stick
New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Takoyaki - P25 per order


MAIN COURSE
Before, you'll see a lot of pork or chicken barbecues from most of the vendors. But now, there are more seafood options like hito or catfish, tuna panga, tilapia, bangus, and squid. Some vendors now are actually offering Seafood Nilaga or Sinigang from P130 to P200 per order.

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Seafood Nilaga or Sinigang - P130-P200 per order

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Seafood Nilaga or Sinigang - P130-P200 per order

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Grilled Stuffed Squid - P130-P180 per piece

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Grilled Tilapia - P120-150 each

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Grilled Tuna Panga - P130-P200 each

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Grilled Bangus - P130-P150 each

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Grilled Hito / Catfish / Pantat - P150-P170 each

How about some unlimited rice? 
There's a vendor that sells Lechon Baka and Manok with unlimited rice and ice cream for only P79! That's really cheap that's why people are lining up and the stall is busy.

For other meat options, try sisig, grilled embutido, and chorizo.

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Lechon Baka or Manok with Unlimited Rice and Ice Cream - P79

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Lechon Baka or Manok with Unlimited Rice and Ice Cream - P79

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Sisig - P80-P120

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Embutido - P70 / Chorizo - P30-P45

DESSERTS
You need to cleanse your palate with these new desserts. Aside from Mango Floats, try the Classic Tiramisu and Avocado and Cookies and Cream Floats. And don't miss these new and famous refreshing drinks. The Tapioca drinks in different flavors and Mango Float Shakes are the next big thing in Roxas Night Market. Everyone is lining up to get a taste of sweetness and to cool down after a heavy meal.

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Floats - P20 per slice / P70 per container

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Cookies and Cream Float - P20 per slice
New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Flavored Tapioca Drinks - P30-50 per bottle

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Flavored Tapioca Drinks - P69 per bottle

New Food Choices at Roxas Night Market
Mango Float Shake - P80 Small / P100 Medium / P130 Large


I can't wait for you to try them! Share this blog and tag your friends. Set a meet up at Roxas Night Market and let me know what have you tried. Also, if you have discovered new items that are not on this blog and wants to share it to us, comment below.

Daghang Salamat!


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