Foodies @ The Hub Summer Food Festival is a 2-day food event from April 17-18 located at Baguio-Ayala Technohub inside Camp John Hay, Baguio City.
Me together with my fellow bloggers were really up for this challenge to try, taste and eat different food selections prepared and sold by food establishments around Baguio City. Some of these participating establishments already existed in Manila.
1st DAY: April 17. First Day of Foodies @ The Hub Summer Food Festival
It was a rainy night for the first day of the Foodies @ The Hub Summer Food Festival but that did not stop the people from going and trying out what this food festival has to offer. Well, Filipinos loves to eat. And seeing all the food choices there was very enticing enough and would make you drool.
Here are some of the food selections that we saw and tasted(some) that night.
So sad we had to cut our food tasting session that night due to uncooperative weather. But we can’t leave without taking a picture first. 🙂
2nd Day: April 18. Second Day of Foodies @ The Hub Summer Food Festival
We went back again, but this time the sun is up and we can see everything clearly. Perfect weather for a food trip! Since it’s a Sunday, there were a lot of people not just from the BPO companies around the area but also tourist or maybe locals who wants to try out something new and enjoy good food with their friends and family.
Believe me, we never run out of choices. This food festival got you covered from, salads, pasta, sandwiches, spreads, dimsum, gourmet finds, desserts and many more. For those who are very conscious of their health and very strict with their diet there are also some stalls perfect for your caloric needs.
To sum it up, It was really a great food experience for us bloggers. Even though we weren’t able to try all ,but we are deeply satisfied with the ones we tasted. And we were very thankful for those establishments who opened their stalls and gave samples for us to try.
Foodies @ The Hub Summer Food Festival is brought to you by Azalea Residences Baguio City and K Lite Radio station in cooperation of Baguio-AyalaLand technoHub and John Hay Business Club
I would also like to thank our sponsors for making this food crawl possible: