Makati Street Meet: A Social Sunday

The busiest district goes slow during weekends to welcome shoppers, local and foreign tourists or just random people for a meet up at the Makati Street Meet.

Ella's experience

One stretch of Paseo De Roxas has been closed for this particular day to give way for the Makati Street Meet! The event caters a lot of fun and food time for the passersby and those who are initially meeting their friends are all welcome for this event. What's the best way to describe it? This stretch is full of food!

We tried some of the dishes on the stalls and I'm glad that most of them are new to me! Including the one that I tried which is the milk tea that has been transformed into ice cream! You might actually find the taste weird so what I did was I added it on to another Thai tea drink which I bought from another stall and it fits well!

Also, the all-time favorite Takoyaki, lumpia, rice meals, milk teas, and ice creams were present in the street meet event. I'm glad to see that Siam yum, one of the food stalls in Malingap Central Food Hall is present as well. I love their traditional style of milk tea and it only comes in two flavors!

Also, I'm glad to see that there's a seller that are natives of Sapang Uwak and they sell Porac's Best products. Porac is a municipality in Pampanga. They brought fresh fruits and vegetables -- including guyabano which they sell at a competitive and lower market price.

One of the best items to see were the handicrafts created by local artists! Look how colorful and creative Filipinos are?


Paseo De Roxas (beside Ayala Triangle)