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BIG THINGS COME TO SM HYPERMARKET STREET FOOD FESTIVAL

BIG THINGS COME TO SM HYPERMARKET STREET FOOD FESTIVAL

Giant 8-foot Turon of SM Hypermarket Street Food Festival 2019. (Photo from Left to right) Bulacan Lugaw Kitchen Owner Joey Leonardo, Nestle Philippines Customer Manager Rafael Lagdameo, San Miguel Purefoods Sales Manager Niquee Guadalupe, Unilever Philippines Customer Business Manager Sherwin Ang, creator of the giant SM Turon World-renowned Chef Boy Logro, SM Hypermarket SVP for Merchandising Josie Tamayo, San Miguel Purefoods Brand Ambassador Alvin Patrimonio, SM Hypermarket SVP for Operations Arnold Daluz, SM Supermarket President Joey Mendoza, Gloria’s Goto Owner Rosemarie Marin, and SM Markets Mascot, Cassie.

When it comes to food, bigger is always better. Bigger bites mean fuller flavor. Bigger servings also mean more people can enjoy it. And with street food representing all the flavors of Pinoy culture for barely a buck, everything must really be in BIG servings.

This is why the biggest gathering of the best of Pinoy street food and the top food brands of the Philippines comes back a lot bigger in its fourth year. SM Hypermarket’s Street Food Festival 2019 brings bigger savings with tastier event-exclusive promos on favorites Knorr, Maggi, Purefoods, Alaska, Bounty Fresh, CDO, Century, Del Monte, Farm Fresh, Mekeni, and Joy. Stalls and booths are guaranteed to be filled with super sulit bundled packs, amazing freebies, and huge discounts bringing absolute value to everyone’s shopping money.

What’s more, the event features an overloaded cast of legendary street food; SM’s Turon with Langka, Bulacan’s best eats from Bulacan Lugaw Kitchen, the leader in Mediterranean fast food Khaleb Shawarma, Bagnet perfection by Super Bagnet, extra special Gloria’s Goto, the major flavor Sgt. Sisig, indulgent Sam’s Everything on Sticks, extra cheesy Ate Rica’s Bacsilog, the isaw that got Katipunan shookt, Mang Larry’s and a whole lot more.

SM Hypermarket Street Food Festival 2019 also features a flurry of celebrity appearances with Ruru Madrid and Derrick Monasterio at the forefront. There’s a lot of instagrammable spots with giant street food displays too courtesy of Lakbay Museo.

But what definitely steals the show is the ceremonial cutting of world-renowned Chef Boy Logro’s 8-foot SM Markets Turon with Langka, SM Markets’ pride, that officially kicks off this year’s festival. Catch the SM Hypermarket Street Food Festival 2019 in 8 SM Malls launching at SM Mall of Asia on August 9 followed by SM City Fairview on Aug 10-11, SM City Baliwag on Aug 17-18, SM City Clark on Aug 30-31, SM Center Pulilan on Sept 6-7, SM City Molino on Sept 13-14, SM Center Muntinlupa on Sept 20-21, and back at SM Mall of Asia for the grand finale on Oct 5-6.

SM Hypermarket’s Street Food Festival just keeps getting bigger and better every year. So if you love street food, you can’t resist amazing promos, and you want to have a blast at the grandest street food event ever, then you absolutely have to come to SM Hypermarket Street Food Festival 2019.

Written by Village Connect

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