In case you didn’t know: Netflix is premiering a culinary docuseries titled Street Food. The first season will be featuring vendors and hawker stands from nine Asian cities, including Cebu.
Unlike other food shows, the Philippines episode won’t include the usual balut, isaw, or sisig. According to a press release, chef Myke “Tatung” Sarthou interviewed four Cebuanos who work in different businesses. The main dishes will include lumpia, nilarang bakasi made with reef eel, a pig brains gravy called tuslob-buwa, and of course, lechon Cebu.
The other episodes will be set in Osaka, Singapore, Delhi, Bangkok, Yogyakarta, Chiayi, and Ho Chi Minh City.
We just know this show will make us hungry all throughout. Street Food will premiere on Netflix on April 26. To hype you up, you can watch the trailer below and maybe look up flights to Cebu—or any of the cities we mentioned—right after.
Photo courtesy of Netflix
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