Filipino Street Market
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  • Filipino Street Market
  • Published on: June 12, 2009
  • Last modified: March 21, 2018
  • Ambience
    Editor: 75%
  • Food
    Editor: 85%
  • Service
    Editor: 80%
  • Value
    Editor: 95%

Review Summary:

From early Sunday morning to that evening, the Filipino market in Hyewha-dong opens for business.  Yes, it's not a restaurant, but it is a place to find some good eats.  Some hard-to-find items, such as corned beef hash and okra are sold at some of the vendors.  The highlight of the Filipino market is the food tent.  There are usually a few of them.  There's a main one in the middle that serves a set lunch of rice with three sides for 5,000 won.  These sides include meaty stick-to-your-ribs dishes.  I recommend the longanisa sausages, which you can also buy separately on a string to take home.  On hot summer days, the halo-halo will cool you off.  It's hand-shaven ice with sweet fruity toppings, similar to Korean patbingsu.  Great atmosphere and friendly folks.

Cuisine: Filipino
Reservations: No
Suggested Items: Set Lunch, Halo-halo

Other Amenities: English spoken


Hyehwa Station, exit 1

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