Satisfy your fave Pinoy Street Food craving with these trending museum keychains

Pinoy Street Food keychain
Filipino Street Food have been turned into museum art offerings | Photo Courtesy of the Official Facebook Page of Lakbay Museo PH

Craving for Pinoy street food? Looking for where to get the best Betamax, Isaw, Chicken feet, Fishballs, Lumpiang Shanghai, Quail eggs, Chicharon, Kikiam, and Banana Cue without worrying about your health?

Well, with a budget of Php149 you can now satisfy your cravings – with a visual feast of your fave Filipino street food hanging on these realistic keychains that were meticulously handcrafted by Filipino artists at Lakbay Museo. Just don’t eat them!

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You can also buy Daing, Turon, Chicken Wings, Adobong Manok, Ulo ng baboy pangsisig, Crispy pata, Longganisa, Pork BBQ, Squid Ball – each safely hanging on a chain within easy reach every time you are tempted.

The Tatak Pinoy Food Keychains have gone viral and have been selling like hotcakes. You can buy them on the Lakbay Museo Shop online or visit them at Level 1, S Maison, Marina Way, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City. Lakbay Museo is open from 10am to 10pm.

In addition to their souvenir shop, Lakbay Museo also offers visitors an experience of adventure through all the regions of the Philippines -in just two hours!

Lakbay Museo is a colossal collection of everything magical about our motherland! The entrance fee is Php799 for walk-in visitors, holidays, and weekends and a special rate of Php 699 if visitors book it online!

Lakbay Museo is highly recommended by visitors, among them, Haidee Caiga who posted a review that their experience “was a truly and unique experience in the Metro for the whole family. Highly recommended”. Another Facebook user, Donita Rose Moreno Alberto, wrote that it is the most interactive museum she has visited.

Pinoy street food has been steadily getting good reviews worldwide, including in a 2019 Netflix feature on Filipino street food and being named in the Top 50 World Street Food Masters by World Street Food Congress,

The Filipino grilled specialties have been showcased in Canada and a big hit in Australia.

AsiaOne also published a report recommending 14 Pinoy Local Foods to eat listing Bulalo, Chicharon Bulaklak, Balat ng Manok, Ginisiang Ampalaya, Tawilis, Tortang Talong, Pork Tocino, Pork Longganisa, Kalderetang Kambing, Taho, Halo-halo, Pancit Luglug, Sisig Paella, and Lechon.

SEND cheers to Lakbay Museo for featuring Filipino street food in their best-selling art keychains!

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