Nonoy’s La Paz Batchoy with egg from Jeepney Food Stop (Image: Jeepney Food Stop)
For food that’s right on the budget, one place you can go to is Jeepney Food Stop
. Opened last February, the jeepney-inspired interiors are one-of-a-kind, while the prices won’t make a dent on your wallet. For PhP80, one can have Nonoy’s La Paz batchoy
with egg. Another rainy-day option would be their tom yum soup, sold at PhP120. One can also find Cebuano street food like chorizo
(pork sausage), larang
(sour and spicy fish soup), and ginabot
(deep-fried pork intestines).