Have you heard of a food truck market before? Uhm, me neither, not until yesterday of course. Nanay (Luella) tweeted me about the first-ever food truck market in the country and she was all giddy about us having some sort of a food trip. I said yes right away because today was the last Friday of summer for us. Classes start on Monday and we might as well make the best of it.
Going back to the food trucks, Cucina Andare, which literally means Kitchen To Go is located at the Glorietta 3 park, in front of Makati Shangrila and Landmark. They’re open from 4PM until 3AM every Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
There is a wide variety of food and they all come at very affordable prices. From steaks, to nachos, street food, ice cream, tacos, cakes, burgers, fries, and those-i-can-no-longer-remember, are available.
Below are some photos of the food trucks. Gahh they’re too cute not to stare at. Too bad I didn’t have the chance to take pictures of the whole place. If you were in my position, you wouldn’t right away think of anything but to try every food in all those menus. Haha I kid. Seriously. You should try it if you have the time or you’re just a ride away.
We were expecting a rainy afternoon and huzzah! It rained, but it didn’t stop us from going there. I could have sung my own version of Rain, Rain, Go Away. It kinda goes like this.
Rain, rain, go away, come again another day
Little piggies want to eat
Rain, rain, go away..
We did have a hard time riding a bus on the way home. You know in movies when there’s a zombie apocalypse, and then everyone looks like ants and is heading to the same exact place? Yay intense. It felt and looked like that. We waited for more than thirty excruciating minutes and riding that particular bus gave me that strange impression of being in the dauntless compound. Hahaha sorry if I’m using Divergent references here. I couldn’t help but remember the book earlier.
Dog-tired. Bye, reader! Until next time, DFTBA!! xx
One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well. — Virginia Woolf (A Room of One’s Own)