Side Entrance to the Salcedo Parking Area
At the Main Entrance
Shoppers build up at around mid-morning, so try to be early
Pork barbecue on the grill...
Sausages on the grill...
Takoyaki, a popular morning treat among shoppers...
Barbecue Ribs and Lamb Chops
Grilled Corn on the Cob
Grilling the kebabs
Assorted Grilled Seafood
Native Suman (glutinous rice rolls)
Fresh baked organic bread
Native Kakanin, sweet rice cakes
All set for fresh fruit juices...
Fried Okuy (crisy fried papaya fritters with shrimp) and Lumpia (fried spring rolls)
Desserts from the Expat community
A whole roasted cow on a spit
Chestnuts being roasted...
Burgers and beef on the grill
Hmm...a little heat can be good for you
Roasted Cashews from the North...
Interesting French Dude with his crepes, a popular fixture at the market
Here's the Dude's cuz with his products...
...and some of his popular product lines.
And yet another cool French dude...
...and his roast chickens.
...gotta have a dim sum cart for sure.
...and pumpkins too!
farm fresh produce
Kalamansi, native sweet sour lemons
...and so much more
Ornamental plants are available as well...
The Salcedo Weekend Market opens at 7 am all the way to 2pm. The bad news? I still have to try the other half of the market. This calls for another visit...
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