Join The SM Hypermarket Streetfood Festival 2016 Grand Finale on Oct 20!

The Grand Finale of SM Hypermarket Streetfood Festival 2016 is happening on October 20, 2016 at SM Mall of Asia (MOA). After four very filling roadshows in SM Hypermarket Fairview, Valenzuela, Bicutan, and Molino, the fun-filled food festival continues at SM Mall of Asia with tons of discounts and freebies from event sponsors namely, Nestle, Unilever, Purefoods, CDO, Del Monte, Alaska, Farm Fresh, Frabelle, P&G, Bounty Fresh, RFM Selecta, Delimondo, Tulip, Mama Sita’s, Kopiko, and Minute Maid. The Grand Finale will also draw the lucky winner of P100,000 shopping spree at SM Hypermarket.
SM Hypermarket Streetfood Festival Mae Ilagan (35 of 35)
Fantastic food will also flood the event with specialties from crowd favorite SM Eats, Cebu Lechon Belly, Southern Dairy, and Baga Manila well-known among foodies in bringing, not only grilled Pinoy delights but also American burgers, Japanese sushi and tempura, Vietnamese spring rolls, Korean bibimbab, Mexican nachos and tacos, Mediterranean steaks, Middle-Eastern shawarma, US pancakes, desserts, and a lot more. Celebrity chefs will also be at the event to demo how to cook different dishes ranging from impressive potlucks to easy-to-make merienda for the kids.
SM Hypermarket Streetfood Festival 2016
The Grand Finale is definitely a must-see because on top of all the promos, discounts, food, and demos, there will be appearances from celebrities such as Marian Rivera, Ian Veneracion, Love Anover, Marlo Mortel, Chef Boy Logro, Chef Rob Pengson, and the players of PBA teams Alaska Aces and Purefoods Star Hotshots like James Yap, PJ Simon, Mark Barroca, Mark Pingris, Tony Dela Cruz, Vic Manuel, Sonny Thoss, and Chris Banchero. With over 40 booths of delicious food and irresistible deals, celebrity appearances, refreshing cooking demos, a 100,000 shopping spree, and a lot more, It’s definitely a fitting end to the Streetfood Festival that got foodies loosening their belts and asking for more.





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