EATING ISAW (Intestines) | FILIPINO STREET FOOD | Davao City Mindanao

Filipino food is some of the most unique on the planet. Balut especially is a world wide shocker, and a must try if you do travel in the Philippines. However, I noticed quite quickly while traveling through the Roxas Night Market in Davao City, Mindanao. I also saw it while exploring Manila street food. There is another equally strange and common street food in the Philippines, and perhaps it's more widely loved. It's called Isaw AKA BBQ chicken intestines.

Kyle Jennermann of Becomingfilipino told me about Roxas market being a great spot for a Philippines travel vlog, and indeed it was. This was Pinoy street food heaven. Lines and lines of stall all selling a variety of Filipino snacks. Before coming to the Philippines I had made a list of food to try by watching Best Food Review Show Ever and Mark Weins travel videos. I was not disappointed when I saw many of them here.

As a foreigner in the Philippines, I didn't think I would like intestines. It turns out... they are pretty great!

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