The best fried siopao for me, and the best thing: it is only 30 pesos a piece. A pack of four, of course, only costs P120. Best eaten hot. But you can reheat at home and still delicious. Their small stall in Ongpin also has other goodies for takeaway like quekiam, hopia and other nibbles.
After a satisfying full-course meal, sit back and indulge your sweet tooth with a mouthful of Mangonada. Their Mangonada will make you crave more because of its delightful fusion of sweet, spicy, and sour flavors. Calle Carnitas Smokehouse PH uses fresh mangos to keep its authentic Mexican taste.
Great stop for a casual lunch. Everything was pretty cheap, and the food was standardized so you could really just pull up a chair anywhere. All the stall ladies are nice, anyway. We tried kalguksu, soondae, and binddaetteok—enjoyed everything. Dongdaemun Market also had lots of stores that sell Korean snacks.