Taho


Photo credit: expatch.org
Photo credit: expatch.org

Taho is a Philippine delicacy made from tofu, sago pearls and a sugar syrup called arnibal. This staple comfort food is commonly served warm and can be seen in sidewalks or villages that is carried by a vendor in large buckets. It is very sweet and highly delicious. During daytime you can hear someone shouting the word “tahoooooooooo” to attract children to by the product. Many kids almost have it on meals. It is eaten with spoon or just by slurping the bean curd straight from the cup. This popular street food is not that expensive to try on. :)