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Jamboree 2017 Food Spread

Jamboree 2017 Food Spread

28 top street food chefs and vendors/hawkers from around the world will descend onto Manila for this year’s World Street Food Jamboree. They include household names from India, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, USA, Thailand, Mexico, Germany, Singapore, Japan.

This year’s Filipino specialties will feature six cities and regions from Davao city, Bicol, Pampanga, Iloilo, Ilocas and Bacolod. They are all personally curated and checked by WSFC founder KF Seetoh and it includes traditional favourites like PIaya from Bacolod and a funky Sisig Paella from Pampanga.

31 May 2017 (Wed) to 4 June 2017 (Sun)

Prices of Food:
From PHP 150 onwards

nasi lemak makansutra hawkers

Makansutra Nasi Lemak 

This is the recipe of WSFC founder KF Seetoh and sold at Makansutra Hawkers in SM Megamall. It is one of Singapore’s favourite all-day-and-night breakfast dish. Nasi Lemak means rich rice which is fluffy coconut rice served with a cluster of moreish toppings fried crispy and crispy through baby fish, sambal eggs, sayour lodeh, cucumber, ikan bilis and a fiery chilli sambal. It is delightfully served on a banana leaf.



Keng Eng Kee, Singapore

Coffee Pork Burger and Marmite Chicken Burger
Established in the 70s by chef Liew Choy, he has now passed the reins over to his children, Wayne, Paul and Geraldine – Paul and Geraldine manage the front of house and administration, with Wayne in the kitchen. They offer classic Singapore favourites like chilli crabs and cereal prawns, but they also offer a fresh take on old comfort fare. From coffee and they Australian yeasty spread Marmite, they have turned it into Coffee Pork Rib Burgers and Marmite Chicken Burgers. A progressive take on comfort fare.


Alhambra Satay, Singapore

Lamb Mee Goreng and Roti John
Uncle Sam Hussin is a second generation street-side hawker of the now defunct Satay Club in Singapore. His style of the fiery red spicy sambal Mee Goreng is accompanied with fork-tender lamb chunks and greens. Equally good and popular is the hearty and eggy Roti John – pan fried egg baguette served with your choice of chicken or lamb with curry.


Hong Kong Street Old Chun Kee

Fried Salted Egg Yolk Pork Ribs and Crispy Fried Cereal Chicken Chunks
Ah Yau was a disciple (turned entrepreneur) of the famous and original HK Street zhi char master, the late Ah Hon. He now operates a few outlets in Singapore and his addictive Fried Salted Egg Yolk Pork and mouth-watering Cereal Chicken Chunks are a hit with customers both young and old. He runs a popular stall at Makansutra Gluttons Bay in Singapore as well as Makansutra Hawkers in SM Megamall, Manila.



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