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Rediscover your Favorites in SM City North Edsa Foodcourt

For those of us who grew up in the 90s there was only dining destination for the barkada and the family–the SM Foodcourt.

Now you can rediscover your favorites at the revamped Foodcourt with more than sixty leading food concepts soon to open which will offer a variety of flavors that will fulfill your taste buds.

These food concepts will surely bring more fun and excitement to the SM City North Edsa Foodcourt.

The following foodstalls will participate in the relaunching activity of SM City North Edsa Foodcourt this June 15:

Takoyummy brings their famous and authentic takoyaki balls with the Original Takoyaki and Bacon 8: Cheese Takoyaki dishes made from the freshest vegetables and octopus topped with floss, mayo, and Takoyummy’s special sauce, perfect for the Japanese street food lovers.

Lydia’s lechon offers their best-tasting Special Lechon with herbs and spices, best served with their signature Iechon sauce, and the Fresh Iumpia which is a delightful mixture of assorted vegetables and minced “ubod” wrapped with Lydia’s very own peanut sauce.

One must try the Chica Bagnet Platter, Chica’s Chicharronla best-selling crispy bagnet served with its signature Chicharon Bulaklak, and their hearty bowl Special Lugaw served with egg and Chica’s signature tokwa ’t bulaklak.

Sisig Hooray! is also ready to offer their Open-Faced Talong-on Sisig and Sisig Full-Belly Meals dishes. Fulfill your taste buds with these Sisig recipes that come with Fried Egg, Atcharang Papaya, Sesame Pipino Salad, Ensaladang lnihaw na Talong, and Fried Saging na Saba.

You don’t need to travel far from the Metro to experience bulalo, a traditional Filipino dish from Batangas, as Chef Ala Eh brings the taste of heaven with their Bulalo Espesyal and Sizzling Bulalo Steak prepared with a tender beef and rich bone marrow.

The first mozzarella sticks food stand Chizmozza will make you crave their Mozarella Bites and Sticks, coated with Italian-seasoned breading, fried to perfection and served with tomato or ketchup dip.

Experience the festival of Cebu with Cebu Fiesta as you indulge in their signature dishes HUMBA-Pork

Danggit, and their most popular dishes in the Central Philippines, SU/TU/KIL, (Su)gba (lnihaw), (Tu)la (tinola), and (Kil)aw (kilawin).

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