Pinoy streetfoods kwek-kwek, fishball, and isaw, a big hit in New York

Pinoy streetfoods kwek-kwek, fishball, and isaw, a big hit in New York

- A Pinoy started his "inasal" stand at a sidewalk in New York and it would seem that the taste won the palate of Americans

- People are lining up just to get a taste of the famous Pinoy delicacies like isaw, kwek-kwek, fishball and kikiam

- Asians and Americans alike are waiting patiently for their turn to grab a bite of the delicious Pinoy food

- The business, So Sarap, is surely winning hearts in the Big Apple based on the throng of customers that are lining up

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So Sarap, a business owned by Pinoys in the Big Apple is making a big hit with the NY crowd.

They offer kwek-kwek, fishball, kikiam, isaw, and a whole range of street foods that are a common sight in the Philippines.

Among the co-owners were VJ Navarro, Virgilio Navarro and Sebastian Shan.

Pinoy streetfoods kwek-kwek, fishball, and isaw, a big hit in New York
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Customers coming from different boroughs would flock to their area just to taste the all-time Filipino food.

They are also offering various sauces that Filipinos "cannot live without" whenever they would buy and eat fishball. There's the sweet, spicy and other sauces that were deemed a favorite by their customers.

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Filipino resilience is evident in times of crisis. Many have shown that they can make it through a pandemic. Filipinos abroad have also shown this kind of resiliency.

One example of Filipino resilience is how people looked for ways and means to live after they lost their jobs because of unexpected circumstances. For instance, a stewardess turned to online selling when she lost her job.

Artists, like Gladys Guevarra, also put her skills in making Filipino delicacies to good use.

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