Showing posts with label Street Food. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Street Food. Show all posts

Sunday, April 21, 2024

Exploring the Enigma of Diwata Pares: Influencers, Vloggers, and the Street Food Frenzy

10:26:00 AM

Diwata Pares Overload, a humble street food stall tucked away along J.W Diokno Blvd., has been causing quite a stir in Manila's culinary scene. Helmed by Deo Balbuena, better known as Diwata, this unassuming eatery has garnered attention not only for its delicious offerings but also for its ability to attract influencers and vloggers alike.

The heart of Diwata Pares Overload's success lies in its signature dish: pares, a Filipino braised beef stew. Priced at just Php 100, customers are treated to a hearty serving of pares accompanied by unlimited rice, soup, and a bottle of beverage. It's a budget-friendly option that has struck a chord with locals and visitors alike.

However, it's not just the affordability of Diwata's offerings that has drawn attention. The stall's strategic online presence, curated by Diwata herself, has played a significant role in its popularity. With content creators flocking to feature Diwata Pares Overload on their platforms, the stall has become a hot spot for those seeking to explore Manila's street food scene.

Yet, with fame comes scrutiny. Recently, a video surfaced on social media showing a dissatisfied customer expressing her disappointment with the taste of the pares she had purchased. While the incident sparked debate online, with some criticizing the customer's behavior and others defending her right to voice her opinion, Diwata remained unfazed. In response, he emphasized that he welcomes the attention and views it as free marketing for his business.

Diwata Pares Overload's rise to prominence has not gone unnoticed by industry experts. Richard Thaddeus Carvajal, a prominent figure in the Philippine business community, attributes the stall's success to several factors. Using the VRIO framework, Carvajal highlighted the value, rarity, imitability, and organization of Diwata Pares Overload as key drivers of its competitive advantage.

Despite the attention from influencers and the media, Diwata remains committed to providing quality food to her customers. Located near GSIS along J.W Diokno Blvd., Diwata Pares Overload operates 24/7, ensuring that hungry patrons can satisfy their cravings at any time of day.

In a city known for its vibrant culinary culture, Diwata Pares Overload stands out as a testament to the power of delicious food, strategic marketing, and a touch of online stardom.

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Enjoy Chinese Street Food At SM North Sky Garden

8:41:00 AM
As part of the celebration of the Chinese New Year, SM City North EDSA is showcasing the different Chinese Street Foods at their Sky Garden area.  Making every customers, passersby, and guests crave for those yummy and delicious foods.

The Chinese Street Food Festival has started last January 17 and it will end on 23.   So, if you're planning to have some food tripping this long weekend better get your friends or families and run to SM City North EDSA Sky Garden for that yummy and tasting experience.

To better get you more enthusiastic in getting there here's a sample of what you could expect at the Chinese Street Food Festival.  Below are some of the pics from the Chicken Deli stall participated in the said festival.  Aside from there are lots of other food stalls that offers tasty Chinese street foods.  Well, our correspondent Jefferson was lucky enough to experience that crave quenching and tummy filling event.

Chicken Deli is one of their stop over.  Chicken Deli provides a variety of chicken dishes for their consumers.  One of their best selling is the Chicken Inasal which was really known in Bacolod and was really a hit for the masses.  They also offers chicken barbeques and also they have this Special Batchoy.

Image courtesy of Aylin

Govby's Food Stall... not really familiar with this food stall but they are offering different tummy fillers.  Some of their hunger quenching foods are the Hong Kong Noodles which I think are fried noodles, mini siopaos, and some shabu-shabu.

Image courtesy of Aylin

Image courtesy of Aylin

My Red Basket offers a delightful list of pork and shrimp siomai, beef siomai and also marcon and siopao.  Some of the typical Chinese food that can be seen around in Chinese streets.

Image courtesy of Aylin

Siomai House is also one of those known siomai seller in the country and believe me their siomai is a hit.

Photo courtesy of Aylin

Photo courtesy of Azrael.

Better head on now to SM City North EDSA!

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