“Manila Comes to Town” featured Filipino food trucks, Shameless Buns (left photo) and Max Restaurant (right photo) along Vancouver’s waterfront. (Vancouver PCG photo)

Around 2,000 customers flock to the event and tried Max’s fried chicken and pancit palabok or Shameless Buns pandesal sandwiches and poutine-inspired dishes.

As part of the Philippine Consulate General in Vancouver’s continuing efforts to introduce and promote Philippine Cuisine, the Consulate General organized a food truck event entitled: “Manila Comes to Town” at Canada Place from September 3-5, 2019. (Vancouver PCG photo)


Legislative Assembly of British Colombia Minister of State for Trade George Chow (rightmost), the guest of honor at the opening ceremony, welcomed the event as a showcase of Philippine culture and cuisine in the heart of Downtown Vancouver. Also in photo is Consul General to Vancouver Maria Andrelita Austria (rightmost). (Vancouver PCG photo)

For more information, visit https://www.vancouverpcg.dfa.gov.ph, https://www.vancouverpcg.org orhttps://www.facebook.com/PHinVancouver.

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