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    The Filipino Street Food ATBP: All Your Favorite Pinoy Food in Qatar

    No doubt about it, eating Filipino street food is part of your habit when you were in the Philippines. But being miles away from home should not prevent you from eating your favorite street food.

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    Head over to Mercadona Hypermarket in Bin Mahmoud. Go to The Filipino Street Food and enjoy a wide selection of Filipino snacks that you enjoy.

    The Filipino Street Food
    Photo Credit: The Filipino Street Food Facebook page

    Filipino trays
    Photo Credit: The Filipino Street Food Facebook page

    Types of Pinoy Street Food in Qatar The Filipino Street Food Shop

    Eating street food is part of the Filipino culture. To some of us, it is a cheap snack that helps us when the budget is tight. Others see street food as a cultural experience. When they have foreign visitors over, they take their guests to try street food.

    If you suddenly crave your favorite street foods, you don’t have to go far. Located inside Mercadona Hypermarket, is The Filipino Street Food. This is one of the favorite destinations of Filipinos if they want to have street food and other native food. Several diners say that their price is quite affordable.

    The Filipino Street Food serves homemade native food. Their usual food offerings are kikiam, tokneneng, isaw, chicken feet, and lumpiang togue.

    They also serve other Filipino favorite food such as taho, balot, spaghetti, pancit, palabok, and pandesal. For refreshments, they have melon, buko juice, black gulaman, iced tea, and buko pandan.

    In addition to these snacks, the Filipino Street Food also serves meals in food trays. These are perfect for those who want to have a small party on a budget. Each order can feed around 10 to 15 people.

    The meal choices are chicken or beef dinakdakan, chicken or beef sisig, crispy pata, chicken or beef menudo, pata hamonado, and beef bopis. These trays cost from QR 50 to QR 200.

    food trays
    Photo Credit: The Filipino Street Food Facebook page

    For dessert trays, they have a biko and bibingka mix tray, and a kakanin platter. These trays cost around QR 120 to QR 150.

    Aside from freshly cooked Pinoy favorites, you can also buy other regional Pinoy products like biscocho, piaya, and hopia.  For dessert options, you can get crinkles, leche flan, or brownies.

    Video: The Filipino Street Food Qatar

    If you want to see more of the food that they offer, check out this YouTube video of one of our kababayans: 

    Contact Information

    The Filipino Street Food is open daily. If you want to inquire about their catering services, you can call +974 3390 9393 or send an email to violeta_abdon@yahoo.com. You can also send a message on their Facebook page here – https://www.facebook.com/The-Filipino-Street-Food-103109987940228/

    The Filipino Street Food
    Address: Al Jazeera St. Fereej Bin Mahmoud 22, Qatar
    Telephone Number: +971 3390 9393
    Email: violeta_abdon@yahoo.com
    Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/The-Filipino-Street-Food-103109987940228/

    If you are coming by car, you don’t have to worry about parking. There is basement parking in Mercadona Hypermarket. If you are using public transport, you can take the Doha Metro and get off at Bin Mahmoud station. You can easily find your way to the hypermarket.

    Google Map Location

    Here is the map guide location of The Filipino Street Food on Google maps:

    You and your friends can hang out while eating your favorite food. There are several tables for diners. You can also avail yourself of the free wi-fi while waiting for your food.

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