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Junquera St., San Antonio, 6000
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Ngo-hiong
Bola-Bola and Pusoh (Hanging Rice)
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JUL 11

A part of my to eat-again food list while being Cebu is its local Ngo-hiong. To those who are unfamiliar with this, I will give a slight description of what this is. Ngo-hiong looks similarly to the usual fried lumpiang gulay, except that its wrapper is crispier than that of an ordinary lumpia and I think it is breaded and coated with a special ingredient that makes the first bite unique. Then it is stuffed with some ground pork and some vegetables which I am honestly unfamiliar w...
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ngohiong
ngoyong
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Approx. Php40
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APR 10

chopstickNgohiong! Ngohiong! chopstick I always chant at the office. I always have a craving for this fried delicacy since I got the chance to eat there again last year. Ngohiong is a spring roll made of ubod, singkamas, and ground pork. lol lol lol The Original Chinese Ngohiong near USC Main still maintained the ngohiong that I loved when I was still in college. It still has the same addictive taste, prompting you to go back every lunch time. I like it hot, so I have loads of chili...
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Chinese Ngohiong in cebu
ngohiong
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2010-04-24
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Approx. Php100 (Lunch)
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APR 10

chopstickIn Cebu, there is this spring roll that is uniquely a Cebuano signature dish. It is called Ngohiong. it is made of ubod (pith), singkamas (jicama), ground pork some with srimp, and seasoned with ngohiong powder. One of the best that I tasted is the creation of Chinese Nhohiong. They have been making Ngohiong since 1960’s. The sauce is a super spicy thick hot sauce and is best to combined with soy. The more you take a bite, the more you want to eat. It is that delicio...
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