MFWF online and bought myself one voucher.
It happened to be a four-day spectacular event for foodies, culinary fans and chefs. I was so tempted even to buy tickets for their gala dinner (the last pit of the event), just happened that we were still at Las Casas on the same day so I had to say no to it.
Now, talking about the voucher I bought,
It was hard to choose among the five trucks/chefs, because I know each one have already proven their marks as the country's top chefs, though evidently, their culinary skills are unique in every ways.
Below are the different food trucks present that night.
I could not find Chef Robby Goco at this time at his orange truck, though the line was long and people were raving of his Italian style lechon on a bun. I saw many tables actually with it, beacuse of the huge size of the sandwich many found it hard to be heavy on the tummy so a lot were just left to waste.
Still, my favorite among the rest of the chef is Chef Bruce Lim, who anxiously gave his best pose for us. He, together with most of the chefs seemed to be enjoying the event which was rocking hot. His truck by the way served Chef Bruce's truck offered three different kinds of buffalo wings, the Coke-glazed soy chicken wings, Singaporean-style chili wings, and candied chili wings.
Love that Chef Florabel Co-Yatco have given us a winning smile, with her staff as they were serving different sausage sandwiches in a jiff. The line was indeed long but serving was fast.
The sushi version I chose was the one not spicy. Unagi is the Japanese word for freshwater eels, and I found it o be discriminating and favorably tempting. This sushi is composed of the unagi, cheddar cheese, nori, sardines. Prepared with a subtly spiced sauce and topped with wasabi mayo dressing and salmon roe.
No I can't wait for next year's MFWF season!